No surprise here.
The truth, these people probably think it is their “right.” After all, they plan to take over soon–sooner in Western Europe, and then Canada, and then here.
Longtime readers know that I’ve had a side interest in food stamp fraud, specifically trafficking in food stamps. This kind of fraud doesn’t involve purchasing unapproved items with food stamps as you might think, but it’s about selling ones benefits for 50 cents on the dollar.
It works like this: customer comes in with benefits, buys some small item, but the cashier rings up a larger amount. Customer walks out with half the cash that was rung up. Clerk submits full amount to government for repayment.
It is called trafficking, and the fraud is huge at mom & pop convenience stores nationwide.
You can see my many previous posts on the topic by clicking here. The vast majority of cases involve immigrant owners/managers of small stores like this one in Maine.
What is different in this Maine case is that the store is a Halal grocery store which…
View original post 272 more words