Hungry New Yorkers form quarter-mile line for free food in Queens


As New York City based reporter Charlie Gasparino notes, these people were in many cases formerly employed in the restaurant industry.

The lockdowns have rocked many lives. Meanwhile Wall Street reaches ever higher with newly printed money.

(From the New York Post)

Money is so tight, friends and relatives are helping him with the $2,300 a month he pays for his three-bedroom apartment in Flushing, where he lives with his wife and all of their sons.

“What do I tell my children when they look at me with hungry bellies, especially my 11-year-old son?”

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