Welfare-Leeching Fam Of 10 IRATE About Where They’re Forced To Live — Now Look What They Got!

Big Family Of 10 On Welfare Makes OUTRAGEOUS New Demand To Government Of What They’re Entitled To!

The problem with the welfare mentality is it knows no bounds when it comes to what they feel entitled to, despite a complete lack of effort to earning any of it on their own. Where too much is given, more is expected and now we know just how far people are willing to go with their ridiculous demands they think that they deserve.

Arnold and Jeanne Sube have a total of eight children and neither of them work so the family of ten lives off government assistance. Having a house, food, and everything else covered for them while Arnold is in school, apparently isn’t enough — there’s something else they want that to make them happier, at least for now.

The family moved to the UK from France in 2012 for Arnold’s schooling and were given a house there paid for by the British government. They don’t think fits their expectations so now they want a better home and the British government to pay for it.

“Me and my family have been neglected,” Arnold complained, according to AWM. “It’s so cramped and the conditions are terrible. Everyone is sleeping everywhere and my wife is sleeping with the baby so I am on the sofa. I am homeless in my home now.”

One of the father’s most ridiculous complaints is that two of his daughters have to share a bedroom and sleep on twin beds in that room, which isn’t uncommon at all, but he thinks it’s uncomfortable. The British government was quick to try to accommodate them and offered the family a five bedroom home (for free), but not even that was enough.

They demanded that they need a six bedroom home to feel comfortable, which the welfare office is trying to find. In the meantime, taxpayers are paying for them to stay at the Hampton by Hilton Hotel, at the cost of about $200 a night, with the total coming to over $50,000 in hotel expenses by the time they move into their new massive home. This excessive expense is only in addition to the $60,000 in housing and child benefits and child tax credits that they are also getting from the government.

The problem is worse than just their entitlement, it’s that the government feeds into it and rewards bad and lazy behavior. The hardworking people in Britain should be furious and the misuse of their funds for families like this who only think about themselves and continue to have kids they can’t afford.

Amanda Shea is a political aficionado and curator of current events, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. She brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. She writes with unfiltered truth, mixed with wit where it’s appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn’t be censored.

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