Aunt Of Two Tragically Died Children More Worried About Her Missing Food Stamps

The state of the American welfare system after Barack Obama is beyond sad. Sadly some of the welfare people are more concerned about their food stamps than for other people’s lives…

Take for instance this woman, who is the aunt of two young children who died tragically in a fire! Really, I can’t find words to describe this callous, brain dead, excuse for a human being. (video below)

When TV news crews come on a crime scene, they witness sadness and shock from family and firefighters alike. But that was not the case with the aunt of two young children who died tragically in a fire while the aunt and kids mother dropped off a friend who was doing yard work for them earlier in the day.

Not only does she seem quite cavalier about leaving two young children home alone, but she claims to not regret the decision that cost these two young children their lives.

But what’s most disturbing is the final comment, when the children’s aunt, Marilyn Wilson, who left the house with the mother, said she had no regrets about leaving the children home alone.

“No, I really don’t because if they had been there by themselves, I don’t know if the boys set the house on fire or somebody threw something in there to set it on fire. I really need to get in there to see if my purse burned up. I had my Food Stamp Card and everything in there.”

Wow, she showed no remorse whatsoever. Laughing while saying that she needed to get back into the house to get her purse because it had her food stamps and everything in it. Yeah, it does make my blood boil.

However, this is typical behavior from welfare scum. No values, no ethics, no pride, no responsibility.

One thought on “Aunt Of Two Tragically Died Children More Worried About Her Missing Food Stamps

  • May 18, 2017 at 10:15 am
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    Typical welfare queen. Laughing about her nephews’ deaths. Sickening and disgusting. She should go to jail along with the mother.

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