Part-time Pension Scam


Lying Jack Franks is a

career politician who thinks part-time work deserves full-time benefits.

Jack is set to collect over $2,000,000 in pension benefits from taxpayers.

The average worker is on the job 240 days a year.

How many days was the Illinois House in session while Lying Jack Franks earned full-time benefits funded by taxpayers?

Freedom of Information Act requests and House Schedules will verify days IN SESSION:

2016 55 days

2015 89 days

2014 70 days

2013 84 days

2012 74 days

2011 96 days

2010 75 days

2009 93 days

2008 166 days

2007 207 days

2006 67 days

2005 75 days

2004 164 days

2003 79 days

2002 74 days

2001 79 days

2000 81 days

1999 88 days

Per diem amounts paid to Lying Jack Franks reveal he worked MUCH LESS than those totals!


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