Kamala’s Racist Antiracist Hurricane Recovery Plan
This past Friday, speaking at a Democratic National Committee Women’s Leadership Forum, Vice President Kamala Harris announced that the relief funds for Hurricane Ian damage will be distributed “based on equity.”
“It is our lowest-income communities and communities of color that are most impacted by these extreme conditions and impacted by issues, not of their own making, and so we have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality but we also need to fight for equity, understanding not everyone starts in the same place and if we want people to be in an equal place sometimes we have to take into account disparities and do that work.“
Forgetting the fact that equity and equality are literally opposite concepts and coexist about as well as matches and gasoline, announcing that tax funds will be allocated based on the color of your skin is outright racism.
The 1964 Civil Rights Act is pretty clear on the matter. Here’s what it says…
“Title VI prohibits discrimination by recipients of federal financial assistance and authorized government agencies that disburse the funds to investigate and terminate or withhold such funding based on their findings.”
I’m assuming Kamala still represents the federal government but it looks like the White House is attempting to deny that fact. Not that I blame them.
“We are committed to quickly getting resources to all communities impacted, period,” said White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
So all communities? Period, full stop, repeat the line?
It’s not the first time that the White House has attempted to deny the statements made by the “president” and his VP – with Mr. Biden, this is pretty much a weekly routine.
The racist diatribe by VP Harris is also not out of character for this administration. If anything it s a continuation of the governmental policy of institutional racism.
“Accuse the other side of that of which you are guilty.“
That was Joseph Goebbels. Saul Alinsky and Karl Marx said similar things. Today’s Democrat Party, which is really the Projectionist Party, lives by the rule.
A few weeks after the takeover of the country a loan forgiveness program for farmers of color was instituted by the administration. The USDA administered $4.1 billion in funds that paid off outstanding loans and offered an additional 20 percent payout to the farmer. The only qualification was not being white.
The program was stopped after a Wisconsin judge and later the Supreme court ruled it illegal.
“Were plaintiffs eligible for the loan forgiveness benefit, they would have the opportunity to make additional investments in their property, expand their farms, purchase equipment and supplies and otherwise support their families and local communities,” the lawsuit said. “Because plaintiffs are ineligible to even apply for the program solely due to their race, they have been denied the equal protection of the law and therefore suffered harm.”
While defeated in courts, the Biden administration was able to sneak in an IRA’s loan modification process program into the “Anti-Inflation Act” which does pretty close to the same thing as the original loan forgiveness program.
In the COVID-19 relief bill, the Biden administration guaranteed loan forgiveness to BIPOC farmers of up to $200,000 as well as $1 billion in repayment-free funds to BIPOC-owned small businesses.
Moving on to “the racist highways” plan by the infrastructure minister Pete Buttigieg addressing the racism of the American streets, directing 40 percent of “climate and clean energy” investments into the communities of color and somehow fighting ” the impacts of toxins, pollution, natural disasters, and extreme weather on communities of color.”
Again-if the community you live in is not BIPOC enough, enjoy your toxicity and pollution. Because environmental racism, you see.
It’s no wonder the VP was so confused at the people’s outrage in response to the racism of her statement. Racism has been the cornerstone of her administration’s policy without resulting in any negative reaction.
But I do not believe this has much to do with race.
We’re talking about the same guy responsible for the “racial jungle” quote and these gems:
“Well, I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
And “Unlike the African-American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly diverse attitudes about different things.“
This is not about race. Well, it sort of is but race is not a reason. It’s an indicator.
It’s racism but it is opportunistic racism.
Sure, the administration would love the bible-thumping, truck driving, and gun-grabbing flyover deplorable to shut up and die. They’re hard to rule, not fans of socialism, and in general, don’t know their place.
That’s pretty self-explanatory.
As the Big Guy said :
“I don’t work for you!“
But it’s a few steps farther than that.
This is about paying off people supporting you.
Just like the school loan forgiveness, this has nothing to do with why but everything with “what you gonna do for me?”
To an average American, this kind of thinking is abhorrent.
The idea that politics is pretty much a big game of tit for tat is repulsive. We prefer to believe that our voice matters and can’t simply be bought.
But to be honest, America probably didn’t have an honest, non-bought election since the war of northern aggression. It’s been bought and paid for and in a few freak cases when it looked otherwise, it’s not the votes that took the win but simple undercalculation.
The left undercalculated, both in how much of a cheat needed to be done as well as how uncontrollable these guys were. All-bother Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump were actors, and actors are not exactly known for either principles or conservative thinking.
That’s the reason why 2020 was overshot by such a ridiculous margin. Joe Biden as the most popular president-elect ever?
Our system has, over the past 30 years following Reagan’s departure from the scene, installed controlled-release presidents every couple of cycles. They’re people that look conservative, talk conservative, give hope to the middle class and flyover deplorables, but go on to act exactly like the democrat that preceded them.
We’re talking about Bush Republicanism, you know. And between Reagan and Trump it reigned supreme. The Uniparty establishment got everything it wanted, and America declined precipitously.
The game here is simple. You split the population into groups that hate each other and then buy the loyalty of the groups you need while goading the rest to go for each others’ throats.
Think Tammany Hall and the gangs of the Five Points on the country-wide level.
At this point we’re split, group ideologies are developed and the government has chosen their allies whose loyalty our tax dollars comfortably afford. Kamala’s racist statements, in that context, don’t sound so stupid at all.