The United States Department of Agriculture recognizes that illegal immigrants from Mexico have a hard time putting food on the table. So, it cooperates with Mexicans in the USA to promote food stamps.
Judicial Watch has reported for years on the USDA’s policy of free food for illegal aliens. It has now pried loose documentation of the promotions. The USDA has provided a flyer in Spanish informing Mexicans that they do not have to declares their status as illegal aliens in order to receive free food.
There are now 47 million Americans who receive food cards from the government. This figure keeps growing.
The USDA operates to expand its services. The more employees on the payroll, the easier it is for a manager to get a promotion. So, the agency has every incentive to expand the program.
At zero price, there is greater demand than supply. This is the law of scarcity. It governs food pricing. When the government hands out free food, there are takers.
Farmers like crop guarantees. The USDA buys up a lot of subsidized food. It has to do something with this food. It is expensive to store it. So, the USDA finds people who will eat this food. A card that lets people get free food is always a winner.
Come one. Come all. The taxpayers don’t care enough to put a stop to this.