Food banks across the country have been especially hard hit during the pandemic.

Expansion of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s food assistance program for families would go a long way toward alleviating this strain.

This editorial first appeared in the Dec. 27 edition of San Antonio Express-News. 

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Bulldog

The future is pretty bleak after the communist perpetuated a fraud election against the American people.

natives5

The present is bleak under trump and thanks to his inaction we see these growing food distribution lines.

Bulldog

Our people go hungry while we send billions of dollars overseas thanks to the democrats and RINOs.

natives5

Yet you have no problem with trump and his family doing business oversees. Hypocritical much?!

Bulldog

Please get some help.

natives5

I need help because I pointed out your hypocrisy. Sure thing buddy. Did you hear the newest perfect call? Maybe you can go to GA and help them find 11,780 votes lol.

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