Skip to comments.As Shutdown Continues, Thousands Of Federal Workers Visit D.C.-Area Pop-Up Food Banks
Posted on 01/13/2019 9:58:14 AM PST by Baynative
Early Saturday morning, nearly 200 people stood in the freezing cold outside a Maryland supermarket waiting to collect a small allotment of free food.
They were federal employees, there to pick up fresh produce and canned goods from the Capital Area Food Bank, which organized five pop-up food distribution centers for government workers.
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Don’t these people get paid a decent wage and save money?
SLC headquarters has issued this warning/watch to all of USA local temples and stakehouses.
Please inform all of your faithful LDS members to be on the alert of rampaging hordes of free range Gov't Workers; who are being driven MAD! from hunger.
If one of them finds out above your food storage cache; they'll be on you like a new episode of the Walking Dead!
Take all means necessary to protect what is yours.
From the Office of the Living Prophet®
Salt Lake City
PS: you may want to take advantage of any free food before it runs out, to freshen up YOUR supplies. Just be careful out there!
Betcha they are getting checks from $ugar Daddy $oro$.
What the fake new article doesn't cover is that they are federal employees and can go to federal credit unions for instant emergency NO INTEREST short term loans.
/there’s no way you should be standing in a food line 48 hours after missing that first paycheck.
No kidding. I’m a DC native. Growing up, almost everyone I knew worked in the government. They all had houses and cars. They went to the Caribbean on vacation and many had kids in the Catholic schools. And these were black people, who white libs would say ‘should’ be poor and struggling. The point is, they were doing alright.
No way on God’s green earth should anybody need a food handout after 2 days w/o a check. What the heck do these people do in an emergency? I was on another board where a person mentioned that her father was affected by the furlough and wanted his insurance company to wait on the premium. They said no. I’m sorry, we’re not talking about the mortgage here, we’re talking an insurance premium.
I may not have all the savings I should have, but I have food storage. I’d be ashamed to stand in a food line after 2 days w/o a check.
I left the area long ago and never looked back.
Whites make up the majority of America’s workforce. Yet I see only a few whites in these lines of “starving” government workers.
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