South+Carolina+Is+a+Welfare+Queen

South+Carolina+Is+a+Welfare+Queen

The Welfare Queen: In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse. - Slate.com

The Welfare Queen: In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse. - Slate.com

When Man Hauls Out Tired Welfare-Queen Trope, Joy Reid Responds with Brilliant Come Back - Atlanta Black Star

When Man Hauls Out Tired Welfare-Queen Trope, Joy Reid Responds with Brilliant Come Back - Atlanta Black Star

The Welfare Queen - was Actually a Caucasian sociopathic con artist! In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

The Welfare Queen - was Actually a Caucasian sociopathic con artist! In the 1970s, Ronald Reagan villainized a Chicago woman for bilking the government. Her other sins—including possible kidnappings and murders—were far worse.

Welfare Queen GOES CRAZY After She Sees THIS Sign At Grocery Store

Welfare Queen GOES CRAZY After She Sees THIS Sign At Grocery Store

When Man Hauls Out Tired Welfare-Queen Trope, Joy Reid Responds with Brilliant Come Back

When Man Hauls Out Tired Welfare-Queen Trope, Joy Reid Responds with Brilliant Come Back

IT IS TIME FOR THE 'WELFARE QUEEN' MYTH TO DIE --   Apparently, President Reagan got at least 2/3 of his facts wrong about the infamous "welfare queen" supposedly scamming the system, AND the woman was caught, AND there has never been an instance of someone becoming *wealthy* off of welfare.

IT IS TIME FOR THE 'WELFARE QUEEN' MYTH TO DIE -- Apparently, President Reagan got at least 2/3 of his facts wrong about the infamous "welfare queen" supposedly scamming the system, AND the woman was caught, AND there has never been an instance of someone becoming *wealthy* off of welfare.

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