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BOMBSHELL: Here’s The SHOCKING Amount Of People On Food Stamps Compared To How Many In 2008


As President Obama finally prepares to get the hell out of the White House, his ‘legacy’ will include an increase in the number of Americans on food stamps and welfare.

Breitbart reports that the number of food stamps recipients went up by 10.7 million people, a 32 percent jump, since President Obama took office in 2009, according to data released by the Department of Agriculture (USDA).

In 2009, 33,490,000 people received food stamp benefits. As of October 2016, the last month reported for FY 2016, 44,219,123 people received food stamp benefits, an increase of about 10,729,000.

The U.S. population as of October 1, 2016 was 324,607,826, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates.  Therefore, the 44,219,123 people on food stamps represented 13.6 percent of the population.

The cost of food stamps to taxpayers also increased over the time Obama was in office.  As of 2009, all food stamp recipients received up to $50.3 billion in benefits.  As of 2016, that number has increased to $66.6 billion, an estimated increase of $16.3 billion.

The average monthly benefit for food stamp recipients, however, remains almost unchanged.  In 2009, food stamp recipients received an average monthly benefit of $125.31, while in 2016 they received $125.51.

Obama loves to cite the disingenuous low unemployment rate to tout how great his policies have been for the country, but all the other facts — the ones he conveniently ignores, like say the labor-force participation rate — suggest that the deceiver-in-chief spews nothing but lies.

One in six Americans would not be collecting food stamps if the nation were in the shape that Obama likes to pretend it is.

Nor would we be heading for complete and total bankruptcy …

Great job Obama! There’s part of your filthy legacy you filthy pile of garbage.

God Bless! Dean James III%

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