Nation’s LARGEST Food Stamp BUST Just Happened…

Nation’s LARGEST Food Stamp BUST Just Happened…

Food stamps need to go. Period. This nation’s economy is teetering on the precipice of disaster and it is only held up with continued borrowing.

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To make matters worse, our nation is deeply divided along all conceivable lines – but nowhere is this division more serious than in the division between the “producers” and the “takers.”

With roughly half the country paying taxes and the other half not, it’s easy to see why there is so much discontentment among the working class. We taxpayers are paying for services that are designed to enable the continuation of failure. While there are some who are on the government dole who are working hard to try and escape poverty, many, many others see the “free” money that pours in as an opportunity to facilitate laziness at the expense of others.

Not only is the welfare state overburdened by “takers,” but it is also overburdened by scam artists who see bilking the system as lucrative.

Currently, the operators of an elaborate scam surrounding Baltimore, Maryland, are looking at considerable time for their theft from the welfare state. Combined, over a dozen retail establishments have squeezed over $16 million from taxpayers by operating a scam where the retailers offered cash payments for food stamp purchases where no goods were actually exchanged.

As if that were not bad enough, Ann Corcoran, a journalist investigating the scam, highlighted the names of the scam artists facing 20+ years for the crimes and noted that there seems to be a trend.

Take a look. Do you notice any common thread?

From Refugee Resettlement Watch:

Shaheen Tasewar Hussain, 60, of Ellicott City

From July 2014 through October 2015, Hussain allegedly obtained more than $778,183 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Mulazam Hussain, 54, of Windsor Mill

From March 2013 through July 2016 Hussain allegedly obtained more than $1,242,745 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Mahmood Hussain Shah, 57, of Catonsville and Muhammad Rafiq, 58, of Reisterstown

From October 2010 through August 2016, Shah and Rafiq allegedly obtained more than $1,610,556 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Mohammad Shafiq, 50, of Gwynn Oak, Maryland; and his daughter Alia Shaheen, 24, of Baltimore

From about October 2010 through July 2016, Mohammad Shafiq and his daughter, Alia Shaheen, allegedly obtained more than $3,712,353 in payments for food sales that never occurred or were substantially inflated.

Mohammad Irfan, 59, of Nottingham and Muhammad Sarmad, 40, of Nottingham

From October 2010 through August 2016, Irfan and Sarmad allegedly obtained more than $3,550,662 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Kassem Mohammad Hafeed, a/k/a Kassam Mohammad Hafeed, 51, of Baltimore

From November 2010 through April 2013, Hafeed allegedly obtained more than $1,532,642 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Walayat Khan, 36, of Reisterstown and Barbara Ann Duke, 50, of Owings Mills

From October 2013 to June 2016, Khan and Duke allegedly obtained more than $1,486,118 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Rizwan Pervez, 38, of Essex

From April 2014 through July 2016, Pervez, allegedly obtained more than $1,689,511 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

Kelym Novas Perez, 34, of Baltimore and Jose Remedio Gonzalez Reyes, 50, of Baltimore

From August 2013 through March 2016, Perez and her husband, Gonzalez Reyes, allegedly obtained more than $879,500 in payments for food sales that never occurred.

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