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Minnesota Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Strip Rioters Of Food Stamps

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Ever wish that rioters would just lose all their state benefits? Well, BLM and Antifa in Minnesota are running scared after a GOP lawmaker introduced a piece of anti-rioting legislation that might stop the entire movement in its tracks — by stripping rioters of food stamps, unemployment, and other entitlements that are directly funding the illegal activity.

NBC News reports that State Senator David Osmek proposed the legislation, which would make anyone convicted of riot-related crimes unable to receive state-funded healthcare, student loans, food stamps, unemployment benefits, and more:

The bills says after a conviction the person would not be eligible, “for any type of state loan, grant, or assistance, including but not limited to college student loans and grants, rent and mortgage assistance, supplemental nutrition assistance, unemployment benefits and other employment assistance, Minnesota supplemental aid programs, business grants, medical assistance, general assistance, and energy assistance.”

This is one of many proposals nationwide intended to curb the violence and destruction Democrats leave in their wake as they burn cities to the ground during their “peaceful” protests. Lawmakers in 21 states have introduced legislation intended to stop BLM and Antifa violence. Recently, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a law that increases riot-related criminal penalties.

Americans are sick of BLM and Antifa, and it’s nice to see legislators try to do something about them. Now, we need to get rid of the Demcorats who back them. 2022 and 2024 are very important election years — show up and cast your ballot.

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Samantha is a proud patriot living in central Pennsylvania. She is a mother of three, a lifelong Christian, and the wife of a soldier who is currently defending our country from evil.

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