Blacks, Hispanics denied aid after Sandy.

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According to the FSHC, 35-percent of African American applicants and 18 percent of Latino applicants applying to the Homeowner Reconstruction, Rehabilitation Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program were rejected by the state; while 13 percent of Caucasian applicants were denied from the same program.

Similarly, FSHC says 38 percent of African Americans and 20 percent of Latinos that applied to the Resettlement Grant Program had their applications rejected; while 14 percent of Caucasians were rejected from the same program.

Latino, African-American Applicants Unfairly Denied Sandy Relief Funds? | NBC 10 Philadelphia

blacks denied sandy aid

I'm betting it's retribution because they didn't support Crispie for governor.
 

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No need to mention pertinent details. :eusa_whistle:

“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration, are objectively based, and do not take race or ethnicity into account in any way whatsoever.”

LAN says, due to the state's failure to properly advertise the programs—specifically to lower income communities—that there were only 849 Latino applicants and 878 African American applicants to the Resettlement Program, compared to nearly 18,000 Caucasian applicants. Similarly, the organization says a mere 432 Latino applicants and 485 African American applicants applied to the RREM Program, compared to more than 7,000 Caucasian applicants.
 

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It means nothing without knowing the demographics of the worst hit areasl
 

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According to the FSHC, 35-percent of African American applicants and 18 percent of Latino applicants applying to the Homeowner Reconstruction, Rehabilitation Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program were rejected by the state; while 13 percent of Caucasian applicants were denied from the same program.

Similarly, FSHC says 38 percent of African Americans and 20 percent of Latinos that applied to the Resettlement Grant Program had their applications rejected; while 14 percent of Caucasians were rejected from the same program.

Latino, African-American Applicants Unfairly Denied Sandy Relief Funds? | NBC 10 Philadelphia

blacks denied sandy aid

I'm betting it's retribution because they didn't support Crispie for governor.
More far left propaganda promoted by a far left Obama propaganda drone.
 

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Blacks and Hispanics make a lot of false claims in these situations
 
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No need to mention pertinent details. :eusa_whistle:

“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration, are objectively based, and do not take race or ethnicity into account in any way whatsoever.”

LAN says, due to the state's failure to properly advertise the programs—specifically to lower income communities—that there were only 849 Latino applicants and 878 African American applicants to the Resettlement Program, compared to nearly 18,000 Caucasian applicants. Similarly, the organization says a mere 432 Latino applicants and 485 African American applicants applied to the RREM Program, compared to more than 7,000 Caucasian applicants.
Exactly. Because the state didn't communicate with those communities, they didn't know what the Obama administration had available for them.

Thanks for pointing that out.
 

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According to the FSHC, 35-percent of African American applicants and 18 percent of Latino applicants applying to the Homeowner Reconstruction, Rehabilitation Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program were rejected by the state; while 13 percent of Caucasian applicants were denied from the same program.

Similarly, FSHC says 38 percent of African Americans and 20 percent of Latinos that applied to the Resettlement Grant Program had their applications rejected; while 14 percent of Caucasians were rejected from the same program.

Latino, African-American Applicants Unfairly Denied Sandy Relief Funds? | NBC 10 Philadelphia

blacks denied sandy aid

I'm betting it's retribution because they didn't support Crispie for governor.
How could life be unfair under Obama? How could anything in this country be unfair under Obama? He's your savior, your king, your messiah. Everything he touches turns to rainbows. He presides over New Jersey and all the other 56 states in this great nation. We are all on his watch and he's got our back.

How could life be any better?
 

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Yes, of course. Glad to help uncover the massive conspiracy.

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No need to mention pertinent details. :eusa_whistle:

“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration, are objectively based, and do not take race or ethnicity into account in any way whatsoever.”

LAN says, due to the state's failure to properly advertise the programs—specifically to lower income communities—that there were only 849 Latino applicants and 878 African American applicants to the Resettlement Program, compared to nearly 18,000 Caucasian applicants. Similarly, the organization says a mere 432 Latino applicants and 485 African American applicants applied to the RREM Program, compared to more than 7,000 Caucasian applicants.
“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration,

well imagine that
 

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According to the FSHC, 35-percent of African American applicants and 18 percent of Latino applicants applying to the Homeowner Reconstruction, Rehabilitation Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program were rejected by the state; while 13 percent of Caucasian applicants were denied from the same program.

Similarly, FSHC says 38 percent of African Americans and 20 percent of Latinos that applied to the Resettlement Grant Program had their applications rejected; while 14 percent of Caucasians were rejected from the same program.

Latino, African-American Applicants Unfairly Denied Sandy Relief Funds? | NBC 10 Philadelphia

blacks denied sandy aid

I'm betting it's retribution because they didn't support Crispie for governor.
More far left propaganda promoted by a far left Obama propaganda drone.
Typical reince priebus playbook propoganda
 

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According to the FSHC, 35-percent of African American applicants and 18 percent of Latino applicants applying to the Homeowner Reconstruction, Rehabilitation Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program were rejected by the state; while 13 percent of Caucasian applicants were denied from the same program.

Similarly, FSHC says 38 percent of African Americans and 20 percent of Latinos that applied to the Resettlement Grant Program had their applications rejected; while 14 percent of Caucasians were rejected from the same program.

Latino, African-American Applicants Unfairly Denied Sandy Relief Funds? | NBC 10 Philadelphia

blacks denied sandy aid

I'm betting it's retribution because they didn't support Crispie for governor.
The propensity to commit fraud is allot higher in the black community.

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No need to mention pertinent details. :eusa_whistle:

“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration, are objectively based, and do not take race or ethnicity into account in any way whatsoever.”

LAN says, due to the state's failure to properly advertise the programs—specifically to lower income communities—that there were only 849 Latino applicants and 878 African American applicants to the Resettlement Program, compared to nearly 18,000 Caucasian applicants. Similarly, the organization says a mere 432 Latino applicants and 485 African American applicants applied to the RREM Program, compared to more than 7,000 Caucasian applicants.
“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration,

well imagine that
Exactly. They didn't know what they could get if they weren't told. See? We agree. The state didn't do their job.
 

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No need to mention pertinent details. :eusa_whistle:

“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration, are objectively based, and do not take race or ethnicity into account in any way whatsoever.”

LAN says, due to the state's failure to properly advertise the programs—specifically to lower income communities—that there were only 849 Latino applicants and 878 African American applicants to the Resettlement Program, compared to nearly 18,000 Caucasian applicants. Similarly, the organization says a mere 432 Latino applicants and 485 African American applicants applied to the RREM Program, compared to more than 7,000 Caucasian applicants.
“To be absolutely clear, eligibility and qualification for the housing recovery programs were approved by the Obama Administration,

well imagine that
Exactly. They didn't know what they could get if they weren't told. See? We agree. The state didn't do their job.
You're right. CNN has pretty limited coverage in New Jersey.
 

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