Skip to comments.Sheriff Arpaio's credit-card info used at Chicago grocery store
Posted on 02/05/2013 10:37:50 AM PST by 444Flyer
It looks like Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has become a victim of credit card fraud.
Sheriff's officials said Monday that Arpaio's credit card information was stolen and used to make a $291 transaction at a Chicago grocery store last weekend.
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Same exact thing just happened to a family member of mine that lives in Phoenix.
If I were the Sheriff, I’d just fill out a fake application for SNAP, TANF, WICs and get an EBT card like all the illegal mexicans do following the lead of all the denizens of EVERY Major Urban city in this country. The government doesn’t check anything on the applications.....get one program and it automatically qualifies you for the others.
Bonanza monanza Partytime Mardi Gras....oh, oh, oh....and once a year you can fake up a W-2 and take it to Walmart where them 1040EZ ghouls will work you up an EITC refund and a RAL (Refund Anticipation Loan) in less than 15 minutes and you walk out with at least 2-3K, maybe 5 if you gots babies-no baby daddys....
When asked for ID, the purchaser presented a newly minted Hawaiian birf certififake.
Made me think of Issa’s home burglary last year...
If caught, I don’t think the perp would want to step foot in Maricopa County...
Did Rahm host a superbowl party this past weekend?
Maybe Joe got hired to fix Chicago’s crime problem!!!! LOL
A lot of critics of the administration are having health problems, break ins, scandals exposed, or otherwise being compromised and intimidated.
Perhaps the anarchist group “Anonymous?”
Well, imagine that!
Obama’s stooges aren’t even smart enough to use it somewhere other than Bath House Barry’s home town.
Oh wait, that would be Nairobi.
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