Despite the shiny, “let’s all hold hands” rhetoric in his campaign, Biden is and always has been a snake, willing to say anything to get what he wants. Now that he’s the most powerful man in the world, his true colors are showing — most recently, with how he chooses to allocate economic relief to struggling businesses. Biden announced one month ago that he intends to employ discriminatory practices in his allocation of pandemic business relief. Still, nothing has changed.
The Biden Administration is calling for unity and the man himself claims he’s the President of “all” Americans. But the actions of Biden and his administration say the opposite. Ever since he took office, Democrats have tried to paint conservatives as terrorists, falsely accused Republican lawmakers of trying to have them murdered, and other heinous garbage we expected but hoped wouldn’t happen.
It’s been so bad that leftist lawmakers are even speaking out against Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and other Democrats who are acting horribly toward those of us on the Right. But if you were hoping that Biden’s policy would match his campaign rhetoric rather than the inflammatory hate speech of his post-election colleagues, you’ll be disappointed. He intends to treat American businesses, at least in part, differently based on the race and sex of the owners.
Joe Biden announced last month that certain businesses will be left behind while others benefit from his favorite brand of identity politics. “Our focus will be on small businesses on Main Street that aren’t wealthy and well-connected, that are facing real economic hardships through no fault of their own,” Biden said in a video posted to Twitter.
That part sounds great. There are numerous small businesses owned by American men and women of all races, creeds, and colors in dire need of help right now. “Surely, recognizing this, Biden has something great in mind that will be equally applied based on need and no other factors,” you may say. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong. Biden explains that priority will be given to certain groups of people:
“Our priority will be Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American owned small businesses, women-owned businesses, and finally having equal access to resources needed to reopen and rebuild.”
Why do race and gender play any role in whether a business is deserving of aid? Naturally, the Biden administration didn’t address that question. The response to Biden’s discriminatory practices was lukewarm at best, with many calling the policy exactly what it is.
In a time where unity matters more than ever, as 3-4,000 Americans a day die to the pandemic under Joe Biden, it’s imperative that all Americans have equal access to every single relief tool available. It’s disgusting that the Biden administration is moving forward with this plan to disenfranchise some Americans while actually providing help to others. But despite backlash, nothing about this policy has changed.
Many Americans missed this, but we need to come together and demand that Joe Biden treat all Americans -of every race, of every gender, be treated equally in these trying times. Call your Congresspeople and demand that every American business owner have equal access to relief. We’re going to get through this, but we need to do it together — not as separate, hyphenated subsections.