Trump and his evangelical backers have declared war on the Rule of Law, and – THE HUNGRY! After giving a trillion dollar tax cut to THE RICH, evil Christians went after the hungry – and rebelled against Jesus and his edicts! The church – is dead! Their lunatic is playing devious games with a million hungry children!
“ While policy experts say the food-stamp program is one of the nation’s most successful anti-poverty programs, the Trump administration and Republican lawmakers want to scale it back, claiming that many of its beneficiaries don’t need such assistance given the strong economy.”
This evil lunatic is going to use children as his personal power-toy, to prove to fellow child molesters he has the right stuff! He breaks the treaty with Iran in order to play ego games! This is the Antichrist! He is just the opposite of The Son of Peace who fed the multitude. Putin can’t believe his good fortune. The gulf between the have and have-nots is widening! This is the New Christian Status that replaces the traditional charity the rich have shown the poor. Standing on the back of a hungry child and shouting “Look at me!” is in!
The Trump administration is proposing a rule that would limit Americans’ access to food stamps, reportedly removing more than 3 million people from the federal program. The plan would eliminate automatic enrollment in food stamps for poor families who receive welfare benefits.The rule would erase what U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue called a “loophole” in welfare benefits. Currently, 43 states allow families who qualify for the federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program, or TANF, to automatically receive food-stamp benefits, a link that the USDA wants to sever. Ending that practice would cut food-stamp spending by $2.5 billion per year, Reuters reported.While income limits for TANF programs vary by state, the welfare program typically is restricted to low-income families. For instance, Georgia requires a family of three to earn less than $784 per month, or $9,408 per year, and have less than $1,000 in assets. While policy experts say the food-stamp program is one of the nation’s most successful anti-poverty programs, the Trump administration and Republican lawmakers want to scale it back, claiming that many of its beneficiaries don’t need such assistance given the strong economy.
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