Army Tells Soldiers to Go On Food Stamps to Cope With Inflation as US Ships $60 Billion to Ukraine

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The US Army is advising soldiers to apply for food stamps, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), to deal with soaring inflation at the same time our government has passed funding bills for $54 billion to support the war in Ukraine. The Senate is also working on a bipartisan plan to give $6.5 billion in military aid to Taiwan to kick off a World War with China.

The US Army is advising soldiers to apply for food stamps to deal with soaring inflation at the same time our government is sending tens of billions of dollars overseas to Ukraine.

From Fox News, “Army suggests food stamps for soldiers battling inflation”:

The U.S. Army has released guidance for soldiers as they fight inflation, including a suggestion that they take advantage of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps.

SNAP, a benefit for low-income Americans, is a program for which “service members and their families may be eligible,” the guidance said, pointing soldiers and their families to the SNAP website and phone number. SNAP is one of several options discussed as part of the Army’s Financial Readiness Program.

“With inflation affecting everything from gas prices to groceries to rent, some Soldiers and their families are finding it harder to get by on the budgets they’ve set and used before,” guidance from Sergeant Major Michael Grinston said. “Soldiers of all ranks can seek guidance, assistance, and advice through the Army’s Financial Readiness Program.”

Every week our government announces they’re sending billions more dollars to Ukraine to start World War III but our troops need to go on food stamps to survive here at home.

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