Biden's COVID Relief
As of May 21st 2020, A Texas judge found that Biden's administration engaged in racial and gender discrimination.
For farmers: Sen. Raphael Warnock proposed the measure below, stating that "it will make up for years of discrimination." But all farmers are struggling. This bill only helps those who the Democratic party deem worthy of it. In this case, by the color of your skin.
The bill offers “socially disadvantaged” farm owners total debt forgiveness of up to hundreds of thousands of no-strings dollars per farmer. But white men needn’t apply. The bill’s definition of “socially disadvantaged” limits aid to racial groups who faced historic discrimination. [New York Post]
For restaurant owners: The bill offers restaurants up to $5 million for aid. Only women, veterans, and "socially and economically disadvantaged" can apply in the beginning. Even if their needs are greater, restaurants owned by white men are out of luck. Again, this policy is discriminating on race.
Chuck Schumer warned that 54 percent of New York restaurants won't survive the next six months without aid. With these discriminatory policies, only those at the top of the new caste system will be spared.
For businesses: The Biden administration revised the PPP to reach smaller, minority firms. Focusing on smaller businesses is good, but deciding which businesses receive help based on race is again discrimination. Regardless of how much small businesses need aid, skin color is the deciding factor.
For vaccine distribution: Marcella Nunez-Smith, a co-chair of Biden's COVID-19 advisory board, was excited about the CDC's vaccine-distribution because of "the importance given to factors such as housing and minority status in decisions about prioritization."
The CDC decided to expedite vaccines for essential workers (not the elderly who are most at risk) because of the under-representation of minorities among the elderly. According to them, this is "health inequity".
Again, the Democrat mantra preaches vaccines not to those who need it most, but to minorities, who lead the caste system. The Biden administration justifies the racist policies with past disadvantages faced by minorities in this country.
For U.S. government positions: Democrats Senators Tammy Duckworth (IL) and Mazie Hirono (HI) said they will vote against all Biden nominees who are not "racial minorities." Senators are applying the caste system to the positions within the government.
This shouldn't be a surprise, Kamala Harris was only picked as VP because she met Biden's criteria, being Black and a woman. That scores high on the caste system.
In local politics: Low-income families of color in Oakland, California will receive some extra financial assistance as part of a "guaranteed income" test run. Again, only families of color. Struggling and white? Sorry.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot sent a letter to Chicago media saying she'd only have interviews with journalists of colors.
In Corporate America
Uber Eats: During the pandemic that crushed Restaurants, Uber Eats helped out by canceling delivery fees - but only for Black restaurants.
DoorDash: For pandemic aid, DoorDash provided loans to businesses and made them easier to search for. Again, this was only for Black-owned businesses.
Yelp: Yelp promoted only Black businesses for help during the pandemic.
GrubHub: Provided only Black-owned restaurants with tens of thousands of dollars in grants, funds for emergencies, scholarships, and and a new search feature to help them stand out.
Sources: New York Post, WashingtonPost, CDC, Agriculture, CNN, Edition.CNN, Forbes, Yelp, RollingOut,