Barack Obama has left the White House, but not without leaving a trail of destruction. Obama was not joking when he said he planned on fundamentally changing America and he did everything in his power to achieve it. Now the American people are finding out what other treasonous activities Obama committed in his final days of his presidency, and this latest scandal could land him behind bars.
Obama was never one to listen to what the American people wanted which was obvious between his spending sprees and all the executive orders he signed. Obama would spend money faster than it could be printed and to add insult to injury, $2.6 billion was discovered missing from the government.
MRC Blog reported:
The United Sates Department of Agriculture (USDA) inspector general just caught those responsible for the missing money, and they revealed that Obama enabled them to steal $2.6 billion in goods using the National Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps.
The food stamps were allegedly used by 1,819 people who are known to be deceased, according to the Social Security “Death Master File.”
Here is what the inspector general’s office said in a statement:
“We found that 3,394 authorized SNAP retailers (retailers) used Social Security Numbers (SSN) that matched SSNs of deceased people. Additionally, 193 retailers listed owners who were not at least 18 years of age. While FNS did have some controls to edit or verify SNAP retail owner information, these controls were not adequate to ensure owner information accuracy.”
This is just infuriating! $2.6 billion dollars gone and no way to get it back. Just imagine all the ways that money could be spent but wasted in fraud on our backs. It makes perfect sense why liberals want to tax us all into the ground, they are getting rich off of our hard work.
The mainstream media does not report on legitimate news stories such as government fraud, which is why we need this to be shared. Please help this story out so that Obama and his administration is held accountable.
H/T [ MRC Blog ]