You don’t need me to tell you that inflation is at a 50-year high. Sadly, we’re not the only ones either as the U.K. just hit a 40-year high themselves.

We can partially blame the pandemic, but there are two other more important factors that have led to this astronomic inflation; Joe Biden screwing everything up that was keeping us afloat and the endless printing of money like it’s going out of style.

Most of us received some sort of stimulus checks during 2020 and 2021, but there are still some states that are wanting to give out more “free” money. Some states are actually going to be sending out more stimulus checks this year and into the beginning of next year.

Here is a list of states that have announced plans for another stimulus check soon and the amounts that they will be issuing.

Georgia is one state that is handing out money in which residents can get a one time payment of $450 in accordance with a law that was signed earlier this year.

California residents will soon get a check for up to $1,050 anytime between October and January.

Maine residents will be given $850 per tax filer.

Massachusetts will be getting a 7% refund on their taxes…well, sort of. They’re getting a refund, but it’s also paid by the taxpayers. You can try to figure that one out for yourself.

Virginia will be sending up to $500 to low-income residents (which should be all of us at this point thanks to inflation).

South Carolina taxpayers will be getting up to $800.

Delaware will get $300 per adult.

New Mexico will be sending $250 per individual.

As you can see, some states just don’t learn. You can’t just endlessly give out free money. Our government is just a big Ponzi scheme. It really is. They pay those who put in first by extracting money from those who came in later.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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