California girl explains how to make $$$ on Food Stamps & Taxpayers


This will enrage you. But what else is new, right?

Okay.  Time to come clean.  This is a spoof by Chapter Jackson.  She’s an aspiring actress that grew up poor and in the food stamp game as a pawn of her mother’s.  After attending college she now makes videos to teach others not to go where her mother went.

Here is her life story told by Chapter to Katrina Pierson.  It’s sad, but it’s also the story of a self made woman, who recognized the evil she was born into and decided to change herself.

And here is another of her videos on EBT.  She’s winning the culture war one viewer at a time.  Bravo Chapter.  Bravo.

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  1. jacqui 17 October, 2013 at 14:20 Reply

    My mom was a single mom in the 80’s and we were on food stamps for about 2 years. We lived in Utah at the time. We were so embarrassed to use food stamps that we would go on Sunday once a month (because people didn’t shop on Sunday). when it came time to pay we stood in a line to protect her from the eyes of the people behind us. We got off food stamps as soon as we could because we had a feeling of shame. I’m not against assistance for people who need it; but we have a culture now of people who aren’t grateful for the help and who for some reason don’t aspire to something better. I’m grateful to my mom that she didn’t teach us to feel entitled to assistance; instead she showed us that when we were able to pay with our own money we could be proud of that, in the meantime we were thankful for the help. I enjoyed listening to Chapters story. What is happening now is holding people back. I remember working at a convenience store store and a young man about 18 years old came in and said very loudly “do you take food stamps” I looked around, thinking “isn’t he embarrassed” no he wasn’t. That is the first time I encountered that attitude and it has stuck with me for all these years. Love your facebook page, keep up the good work.

  2. Bill Burt 17 October, 2013 at 14:45 Reply

    It’s sad, I remember my uncle talking about Gov. Pat Brown giving little girls welfare for having out of wedlock children; and this was in the late fifties and early sixties. California was where the destruction of families started, and this was not just black families, that actually started later.

  3. Normarama 23 October, 2013 at 03:45 Reply

    Hey Stacy
    Grew up in Inglewood, Ca and but both of my parents worked, so that made me a Latch Key Kid. I can identify with this whole segment of videos. Who knows what a person can do to get them selves out of an environment like that.

    I eventually educated myself and rebuilt my life.

    Everyday is like a Holiday at this point.

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