Biden has announced that he will “start acting immediately” on slavery reparations regardless of what happens in Congress.
“We don’t want to wait for a study. We will act now,” Senior White House adviser Cedric Richmond stated during his interview with Axios.
“We must begin to break down systemic racism that have held black people back and specifically African-Americans,” he said.
Richmond thinks House Resolution 40, a measure to study slavery reparations, will pass, but he says the Biden administration will push the issue regardless of what the study finds.
“We must do stuff now to help the plight, future, status, and empowerment of Black people around the nation,” Richmond said.
Richmond is pushing the case made by press secretary Jen Psaki, who has also affirmed Biden’s support for the reparations study.
“He would love a reparations study,” Psaki said. “He knows we don’t require a study to take action on systemic racism, so he wants action now, within his own administration.”
Biden is pushing measures for additional handouts to certain minority groups. He signed executive action right after getting into the White House that compelled the DHS “to redress discriminatory housing policies that have led to wealth inequality.”
Richmond confirmed that Biden will be going forward with additional privileges to minorities, especially when it comes to education.
“If you begin talking about free tuition to black colleges and free community college, I think that you are almost there. Those are very possible,” he said.
Biden is making good on his mandate to push a hostile form of identity politics. As the demographic decline of America continues, a new anti-white system will continue to take shape.
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