Race-based financial rewards, unfair loan forgiveness for all


The Biden administration, and Democrats in general, like to do racial equality, inclusiveness, and all that sort of thing. They systematically condemn racism on the surface, but violate this principle in practice.

Recently, the United States Department of Agriculture of the Biden administration launched a program that offers loan forgiveness in the event of a pandemic to farmers. What is the main qualification of this program besides being a farmer? Hope you sit down. The requirement is that the farmer cannot have white skin.

Four states: Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota and Ohio have joined a lawsuit to gain access to the $ 5 billion farmer assistance program. They file their complaint under the provisions of the 14th Amendment which states that all people have equal protection under the law.

This program clearly does not meet this constitutional provision. The USDA reviews the lawsuit with the Department of Justice, but the USDA continues with its original test of race-based rewards.

Another shining example of inclusiveness was presented to us recently by Discover Card. The company provided $ 5 million to restaurateurs who had to shut down their businesses during the coronavirus pandemic to help reopen.

However, there was an additional requirement besides being a closed restaurant owner. The owner must have been black. If a white restaurateur with the same issues were to apply, it would not qualify, simply because he is white. How can a business that serves all kinds of people favor only a privileged few, based on skin color and to the exclusion of all others, in giving out these awards?

Now that we’ve introduced these two programs, imagine for a moment what the answer would be if the benefit qualification was reversed, and only white farmers or restaurateurs need to apply because people with black or brown skin are disqualified at first glance.

I’ll leave you with this simple question: if it is considered discriminatory to exclude blacks from benefits based on skin color, why isn’t it discriminatory to exclude whites for the same reason?

Before the Liberals reading this start throwing stones at me for stirring up racial discord, let me explain something to you – I am not moving a thing. The USDA card and Discover have already done this.

I’m just questioning the programs run by these two entities and asking how they can make these race-based rewards without repercussions.

Dave Willis is a resident of Rockford.


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