American Constitutional Rights Union’s Committee to Support and Defend is springing into action to support the U.S. military and their families with a grocery card program for those in need. In contrast, President Biden’s military leaders recommend food stamps for service members amid pay cuts and historic inflation. While the Biden Administration sends billions in defense funding to Ukraine, diverts funds to illegal immigration and pays off voluntarily-accepted student loans, the ACRU’s Committee to Support and Defend (CSD), America’s constitutional conservative veterans' organization, has launched a new program to help military members and their families facing financial crisis. CSD veterans stand up for their military brothers and sisters.
When Americans think of food stamp recipients, images of desperate lower-income Americans typically come to mind. Taxpayers desperately want to believe that their hard-earned dollars are helping poor people struggling to make ends meet with welfare benefits helping them get the vital nutrients they need to stay alive. Imagine the outrage, then, as taxpayers find out that some of the people on food stamps are in fact millionaires.