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May 24 2021

American Dream Updated

In the olden days, immigrants pursued the American dream by assimilating and working hard. Times have changed. Now it often works more like this:

A Fridley [Minnesota] couple is facing felony charges of wrongfully obtaining public assistance after investigators discovered the couple had deposited over $1 million into their bank accounts during the same time period they received assistance.

According to felony charges filed in Anoka County against Amino Abdullahi Mohamed and Liban Beddel Mohamud, both 47, the couple was not entitled to collect nearly $25,000 in medical-assistance benefits they received between August 2015 to June 2018.

The Mohamuds have seven children. American women currently average 1.7 children. The future belongs to the Mohamuds. Unfortunately for them, we won’t be around to help fund their lifestyle.

Liban moved to Kenya in October 2017 to find work and continued to contribute to the household by sending money to Amino. From November 2017 to February 2018, over $14,400 was deposited into Amino’s bank account. However, Amino reported that Liban did not work and did not report the money he gave her as income on her application for public assistance. At the time the investigation began in March 2018, Liban reported that there had been no marital breakdown, and although he lived overseas, he was a member of the household. Any income Liban received was joint and should have been considered income for purposes of receiving public assistance, the complaint says.

Let that be a lesson to moochers. The Welfare State frowns upon marriage.

On a tip from R F.


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