6.2 Million Americans Drop off Food Stamps Under Trump

Donald Trump really is winning as president…

According to a shocking new report, more than 6.2 million Americans have dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump came into office in January of 2017.

The average person on SNAP food befits gets around $121 per month. So this essentially means that under Trump’s administration, the United States is now saving around $9 billion annually.

For perspective, this act by Donald Trump’s administration has effectively saved enough money each year to pay for nearly 32% of the cost of having soldiers stationed in Afghanistan. At least, going by the numbers reported by Roll Call.

Alos, since people aren’t on food stamps anymore – it’s a pretty good indicator that they’re joining the work force.

That’s right. Unlike Obama, President Trump is actually putting more money back into the United State’s pocket and making America’s work force stronger than ever before.

Via a special report by Breitbart:

“More than 6.2 million individuals dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump completed his first full month in office, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).”

Donald Trump is helping lift the welfare class out of poverty, off of welfare and food stamps, and is putting them to work. Yet the liberal media won’t give him any credit for it!

This is just more proof that the Democrat Party’s intention was never to actually help poor people. They don’t actually care about lifting anyone out of poverty or creating more jobs. All they want is more excuses to give themselves more power to help dictate over other people’s lives. That’s why they aren’t cheering over Donald Trump’s success.

Instead, Democrats are trying to ban things like plastic straws and handguns. They don’t care about having a meaningful impact. They just want to promote shallow, broken narratives to help push their own self-interested agenda.

What a shame.

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