Proving the adage that “no good deed goes unpunished,” a refugee from impoverished, war-torn Afghanistan whined via his taxpayer-funded iPhone and WiFi service that the free food he’s being served at a Texas facility isn’t up to his grandiose standards.
“Not complaining but this is what I got last night for dinner and the next meal is 12 hours later,” Hamed Ahmadi tweeted Thursday from Fort Bliss. “Refugee life might be safe but never easy & favorable.”
Ahmadi disdainfully posted a photo of a tray of food that appeared to contain fish, fruit and two slices of toasted bread.
Not complaining but this is what I got last night for dinner and the next meal is 12 hours later. Refugee life might be safe but never easy & favorable. Fort bliss El Paso Texas. #AfghanRefugees #afghanistan pic.twitter.com/2X7eP8Uwa0
— Hamed Ahmadi (@ahmadihamed_) September 2, 2021
Presumably, many of them would gladly consume the meal that Ahmadi criticized.
Later Thursday, Ahmadi spoke to KTSM-TV in El Paso, where he continued to complain that life in America wasn’t living up to his lofty expectations.
“So the situation here is not as good as we expected. … I think the problem with the situation here is that the U.S.