Allen West: CSD offers assistance in response to Biden’s “Let the military go on food stamps” plan.
September 22, 2022
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.
“Clearly, the long-term solution to this appalling situation is for our government to prioritize paying our brave men and women in uniform reasonable wages while pursuing responsible fiscal policies that don’t spike inflation,” stated CSD Executive Director Allen West. “Hearing the Army recommend its soldiers go on food stamps could not be a more offensive message to our selfless military members who risk their lives for our country. This tone-deaf response from our leaders reeks of, ‘Let them eat cake.’”
If you have been separated from the military due to the vaccine mandate or if you are facing financial hardship due to historic inflation and inadequate cost of living adjustments, please use the form here to let us know. We will do our best to help!