Hey, Barry — If you want your legacy, you can keep your legacy.
President Trump is erasing Obama’s craptastic legacy.
And why shouldn’t he?
Barry wasn’t a very good president.
As a matter of fact, there’s a President Trump Tweet in that regard:
President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016
The word of the week with regard to President Trump is: Grateful.
And those Never-Trumpkins?
Well, no such luck yet. They’re still ‘Never-Trumping’ because of Stormy Russia, or Daniels Collusion or something. I dunno. I don’t watch CNN.
All I know is Barry’s legacy is going Bye-Bye, and I could not be happier.
One aspect of his legacy that was particularly troubling is the move from self-reliance to government dependence. That softens people up and could lead them to embrace tyranny.
In a new report, the food stamp program enrollment has dropped quite a bit since Trump took office.
Check it out:
Enrollment in the food stamp program plunged by more than 1.3 million since Trump’s inauguration month, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The USDA data reveals that the number of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants fell from 42,676,312 in January 2017 when Trump took office to 41,324,904 in December 2017—a decrease of 1,351,408.
There was a spike in enrollment of 3.5 million in October 2017, the first month of fiscal year 2018, that was due to temporary SNAP enrollment by states affected by hurricanes. The data reveals that overall enrollment has declined since President Trump took office.
President Trump wants to keep the costs down at both the state and federal levels which may drive enrollment down further in 2018.
The Trump Administration is so committed to keeping costs down, that they are considering a proposal by the USDA to provide half of the benefits to food stamp recipients in the form of shelf-stable foods delivered once a month.
The USDA announced a proposal last month that the agency says might make Trump’s proposal to curb SNAP costs at the state and federal levels a reality. The agency proposed a “Blue Apron-style” food stamp program that would deliver shelf-stable food—such as cereal boxes, pasta, and canned produce—to food stamp recipients once a month.
The “Harvest Boxes” would make up half of recipients’ allotted benefits for the month while the other half would consist of SNAP benefits on electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards. The agency clarified that states in charge of delivering the boxes would take recipients’ dietary and religious preferences into account when selecting the type of food for the boxes.
Public support for the USDA’s “Harvest Box” program remains high—a poll conducted in February showed that nearly half of Americans support the Trump administration’s change to the food stamp program.
If Barry wanted to keep his legacy, perhaps he should have made it a little more permanent.
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