welfare mom

Hear this welfare mom’s thoughts on getting a job (video)

Kiara has been collecting a government check for 12 years straight.

She has been on welfare since the age of 18.

Kiara does not have a job.

And she has no plans to get one:

I’m comfortable with it and I feel like I don’t need to look for one [a job] because I get a check from the government every month.

Watch this short video:

In New York state, welfare pays out an average of $38,004.

This is tax free.

No work required.

For comparison, New York residents would have to earn more than $21 per hour to be better off than they would be on welfare.

This is more than the average statewide entry-level salary for a teacher.

America’s welfare system breeds entitlement.

Kiara makes almost as much on welfare than some do working a full-time job.

Yet the U.S. government continues to pay people for not working.

How do you feel about this?

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