For the third time, a judge ruled against a multi-billion-dollar Biden administration policy that openly excludes white Americans. The policy provided financial aid to farmers across the country, but expressly discriminated against white farmers.
Judges from Florida and Wisconsin issued judgements against the farm aid program, and a third judge from Tennessee just made a similar injunction against Biden’s racist program. The judge sided with a multi-generation farmer in the state who sued the Biden administration over the policy.
U.S. District Court Judge S. Thomas Anderson of Tennessee issued a preliminary injunction to stop the Agriculture Department from delivering race-based loan payments under Section 1005 of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
… this ruling against the Biden administration is the largest yet, striking a heavy blow against a policy that provides qualified federal loans for “socially disadvantaged” farmers and ranchers, defined as “Black, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Hispanic, or Asian, or Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.”
Section 1005 of Biden’s American Rescue Plan provides $4 billion in debt relief payments for farmers categorized as “socially disadvantaged.” The United States Department of Agriculture determined only those who are of “Black, Hispanic, American Indian, or American Asian” can be classified as “socially disadvantaged.”
Regardless of economic status, background, or current hardships, whites are wholly excluded from Section 1005 of Biden’s American Rescue Plan.
A Florida Judge issued a similar injunction against the race-based plan just last month.
U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard suggested the federal government, under Biden’s tutelage, was illegally discriminating farmers based on their race.
“Congress also must heed its obligation to do away with governmentally imposed discrimination based on race,” the Judge wrote.
Another judge from Wisconsin ruled against the policy, temporarily ending the racially charged relief payments in the state.
Judge William Griesbach ruled that the USDA’s “use of race-based criteria in the administration of the program violates their right to equal protection under the law.”
A spokesman for the USDA told a mainstream media operative: “The Biden administration wholly disagrees with the judges’ temporary injunctions against the American Rescue Plan. The USDA defends its decision to deliver debt relief payments to socially disadvantaged farmers, which was the will of Congress when they passed the relief plan.”
Biden’s USDA will noted they will immediately resume the race-based relief program once the judges’ temporary injunctions are lifted.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth