When the left reveals who they are, believe them.
That’s the mistake many voters made as they cast their votes for Joe Biden, a man who plainly revealed his anti-white agenda while on the campaign trail.
So we can’t act surprised that his administration is proceeding to establish “equity action plans” across multiple federal agencies, which basically means the deliberate removal of opportunities for whites.
Well, to be fair, the Biden administration is removing governmental programs for whites, leaving minority communities hooked on federal handouts, a common strategy for the Democrat Party.
More than 90 federal agencies released a series of “equity action plans” this week with the aim of advancing Biden’s “ambitious equity and racial justice agenda.”
Senior administration officials said that the plans put forth 300 “concrete, innovative new strategies and commitments to address systemic barriers” hindering “underserved communities” from “accessing the prosperity, dignity, and equity that all Americans are entitled to.”
BLAH BLAH BLAH
Susan Rice, the director of Biden’s Domestic Policy Council, hosted a virtual event at the White House, which Biden did not attend, to discuss the expansion of the admin’s plan to “increase equity.”
“This is delivering on his day one commitment. He stands behind this work, and he’s personally committed to this issue,” one official stated. “Racial equity was the impetus for his run for office, and no president before him has charged agencies to take the steps they are announcing today, so this is very much a priority of the president.”
Racial equality was the IMPETUS for Biden’s run for office? YEAH RIGHT!
The plans themselves are a follow action stemming from an executive order Biden signed on his first day in office. Officials admitted that Biden’s agenda is not a “one-year project” but claimed that Thursday’s announcement marked “an important step forward” in that “generational commitment.”
One White House official stressed to the Washington Examiner that these action plans are not just about advancing “racial equity” and specifically include provisions seeking to help rural, urban, tribal, and other underserved communities.
The White House added that, across the federal government, the administration is seeking to cut red tape for government services, including grants and other forms of federal aid, and looking to engage with communities and stakeholders directly to “ensure government policies are informed by the broadest cross-section of Americans.”
Cut red tape for minorities who seek government assistance, but put up more red tape for small business owners and American entrepreneurs?
Author: Robert Bogart