Iranian “Millionaire” Busted For Food Stamp Fraud In Ohio (VIDEO)

Democrats like to say Food Stamp fraud is a myth. 

They like to say it doesn’t happen. That public assistance is needed and used appropriately all the time.

We’ve reported in the past on the Arizona Democrat who opposed welfare reform and was later busted for Food Stamp fraud.

And then there was the Pennsylvania woman who was busted for claiming over $100,000 in benefits for non-existent children.

Now, there’s this.

An Iranian “millionaire” and son of a former Iranian prince was accused of getting thousands in food stamps despite his wealth. 

WKYC reported: 

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“The wealthy son of an Iranian prince pleaded not guilty Friday to allegations that he falsely claimed to be a pauper to collect thousands of dollars in food stamps and welfare payments.

Ali Pascal Mahvi, 66, entered his pleas during his first appearance in Geauga County Common Pleas Court.

He is charged with four felonies: illegal use of food stamps, Medicaid fraud and two counts of grand theft. Prosecutors say Mahvi defrauded Medicaid out of $45,000 in cash and about $8,400 in food stamps.”

Here’s the video report:

Why does Food Stamp fraud keep happening?

There’s a lot of evidence that it’s happening all over.

But the Liberal Media won’t report it.

The first step is admitting it’s happening, Democrats. 

 

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