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Why Welfare Queens Need to Keep Husbands at a Distance

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 12:09
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Single mothers can make excellent money in this country, so long as they avoid work and even more importantly, husbands. If you are a welfare mom paid by the government to generate more government dependents, you don’t want this to happen to you:

Long suspicious that a Fridley [Minnesota] mother of eight was cheating the state out of various welfare benefits, authorities charged her Tuesday as receiving more than $118,000 in government aid over roughly a 1 ½-year period.

Authorities say that as she collected benefits, Fozia S. Dualeh falsely claimed that the children’s father, who was gainfully employed, was not financially supporting or living with the family. …

Dualeh illegally tapped three public benefits from January 2014 to August 2015: $85,582 in child-care aid, $24,176 in food support and $8,996 in medical assistance overpayments, the complaint read.

A search of the home by authorities in late October 2015 led to Dualeh’s husband, who’s also the children’s father, Abdikhadar Y. Ismail, being found in bed under the blankets in the master bedroom, charges said.

Evidence that Abdikhadar has been living in the house with his taxpayer-financed brood was copious, including mail, clothes in the dresser, bank accounts, driver’s license, etc.

For the money they were making off welfare, the couple easily could have afforded to set up a phony second residence. But people tend to get greedy, once they develop a taste for other people’s money.

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