What Has Biden Done for Blacks They Ask

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We see all the disinformation and falsehoods about Biden. Republicans trying to spin their party into the party of black civil rights have made claims about what Biden has not done as compared to Trump. Well here are the facts.

FACT SHEET: The Biden-⁠Harris Administration Advances Equity and Opportunity for Black People and Communities Across the Country​

  • Providing Immediate Relief to Black People and Families through the American Rescue Plan. The ARP provides cash relief directly to low- and middle-income Americans, and is projected to cut the Black child poverty rate by more than 50% this year and has already cut Black child poverty by 40.1%, lifting approximately 420,000 Black children out of poverty between June and July alone. In addition, the Plan increased Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits by 15% through September 2021. Through this Plan, the President has reduced food insecurity in Black households – which had been double the White household rate – between one-fourth and one-third since early July.
  • Leveraging Federal Procurement to Narrow the Racial Wealth Gap for Black Entrepreneurs and Families. Recognizing that the Federal government spends more than $650 billion each year on purchasing goods and services, President Biden has directed agencies to use federal purchasing power to grow federal contracting with small disadvantaged businesses, including Black-owned businesses, by 50%, translating to an additional $100 billion over five years, and helping more Americans realize their entrepreneurial dreams.
  • Extending a Lifeline to Struggling Small Businesses. The American Rescue Plan provided emergency grants, lending, and investment to hard-hit small businesses – including Black businesses – so they can rehire and retain workers and purchase the health and sanitation equipment they need to keep workers safe. This includes a Small Business Opportunity Fund to provide growth capital to main street small businesses in economically disadvantaged areas, including minority-owned businesses.
  • Ensuring Black Homeowners Get Full Value for their Homes. In June, President Biden directed the launch of a first-of-its-kind interagency effort to address inequity in home appraisals and conduct rulemaking to aggressively combat housing discrimination. The effort, led by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia Fudge and Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice, is developing a set of policy recommendations and actions for President Biden to redress racial bias in home appraisals.
  • Protecting Black Americans’ Access to Housing by Combating Housing Discrimination. Following President Biden’s Presidential Memorandum directing his Administration to address racial discrimination in the housing market, HUD published a rule in the Federal Register entitled “Restoring Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Definitions and Certifications” that requires HUD funding recipients to complete an assessment of fair housing issues, identify fair housing priorities and goals, and then commit to meaningful actions to meet those goals and remedy identified issues.
  • Helping Black Americans Stay in their Homes. President Biden’s American Rescue Plan has helped Americans stay in their homes by providing emergency aid to cover back rent. In addition, the ARP helps struggling homeowners catch up with their mortgage payments and utility costs through the Homeowners Assistance Fund. And, it provided additional funding for families and individuals who are recovering from or at risk of homelessness.
  • Assisting Black Land Owners in Resolving Title Issues. An estimated 60% of Black-owned land in the South is heirs’ property—property that passes through inheritance without a will and that, as a result, has historically rendered owners ineligible for USDA programs, including lending. In July, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) rolled out the Heirs’ Property Relending Program, which primarily aids underserved communities, including Black Americans. The new program provides funds to assist heirs in resolving ownership and succession issues on farmland with multiple owners.
  • Dismantling Barriers to Accessing Department of Agriculture (USDA) Programs and Services. The ARP provides funding for USDA to establish one or more equity commissions to address historical discrimination and disparities in the agricultural sector. In September, USDA began requesting nominations for membership on the Equity Commission Advisory Committee and Equity Commission Subcommittee on Agriculture. The Equity Commission Advisory Committee will advise the Secretary of Agriculture by identifying USDA programs, policies, systems, structures, and practices that contribute to barriers to inclusion or access, systemic discrimination, or exacerbate or perpetuate racial, economic, health and social disparities
  • Ensuring that Federal Grants Don’t Support Discriminatory Activities. In June, the Department of Transportation (DOT) issued an Order requiring its offices to review the potential discriminatory impact of grantees’ proposed activities before awarding federal funds. Under the Order, the agency won’t award federal financial assistance until that is satisfactorily completed.

These are just a few. Read the link to see it all. Black unemployment and poverty reached historic lows under the Biden administration. He has done more for blacks than Trump ever thought of.
 
What has Trump done for blacks? Quite a bit, it seems. Seems like Trump focused on keeping them in school and getting them working. Biden focuses on keeping them dependent on govt handouts.


President Trump signed the historic FIRST STEP ACT into law.

  • 90 percent of those who have had their sentences reduced are Black Americans.
  • FIRST STEP ACT shortens mandatory minimum sentence for nonviolent drug crimes.
  • The law allows offenders sentenced under racially motivated mandatory minimums to petition for revaluation
  • President Trump launched the "Ready to Work" Initiative, which helps released prisoners gain meaningful employment.
  • President Trump has proposed the Second Step Act to partner with corporate America to create opportunities for former prisoners to rejoin society.
Black Americans are seeing unprecedented levels of economic success with record low unemployment rates, more jobs, and higher incomes.

  • Over 1.4 million more Black Americans have found a job between President Trump's election and February 2020.
  • Black poverty reached a historic low in 2019.
  • President Trump designated 8,760 Opportunity Zones that are projected to spur $100 billion in private investment in minority communities.
  • The Trump administration established a fund to deploy $1 billion in capital funding for minority-owned businesses through the Commerce Department.
President Trump called on Congress to pass school choice legislation to expand educational opportunities for all American children, especially those in our nation's inner cities.

  • President Trump's FY 2020 budget called for $500 million in federal funding for school choice, and in 2018 he signed legislation increasing school choice funding by $42 million.
  • The Trump Administration proposed the Education Freedom Scholarships and Opportunity Act.
President Trump restored funding and increased investment for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by 14 percent.

  • The Trump Administration provided more than $500 million in loans to HBCUs through the Capital Financing Program.
  • President Trump worked with HBCUs to protect $80 million in Title III carryover funding.
  • President Trump signed the FUTURE Act into law, which permanently funds HBCUs and simplifies the FAFSA application.
  • In 2018, President Trump signed a budget deal which forgave more than $300 million in debt owed by four HBCUs impacted by natural disasters and provided $10 million in loan payment deferments for schools that face financial difficulties, including HBCUs.
  • President Trump worked with Congress to lift the ban on Pell Grants on summer classes.
 
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What has Trump done for blacks? Quite a bit, it seems. Seems like Trump focused on getting them working. Biden focuses on keeping them dependent on govt handouts.


President Trump signed the historic FIRST STEP ACT into law.

  • 90 percent of those who have had their sentences reduced are Black Americans.
  • FIRST STEP ACT shortens mandatory minimum sentence for nonviolent drug crimes.
  • The law allows offenders sentenced under racially motivated mandatory minimums to petition for revaluation
  • President Trump launched the "Ready to Work" Initiative, which helps released prisoners gain meaningful employment.
  • President Trump has proposed the Second Step Act to partner with corporate America to create opportunities for former prisoners to rejoin society.
Black Americans are seeing unprecedented levels of economic success with record low unemployment rates, more jobs, and higher incomes.

  • Over 1.4 million more Black Americans have found a job between President Trump's election and February 2020.
  • Black poverty reached a historic low in 2019.
  • President Trump designated 8,760 Opportunity Zones that are projected to spur $100 billion in private investment in minority communities.
  • The Trump administration established a fund to deploy $1 billion in capital funding for minority-owned businesses through the Commerce Department.
President Trump called on Congress to pass school choice legislation to expand educational opportunities for all American children, especially those in our nation's inner cities.

  • President Trump's FY 2020 budget called for $500 million in federal funding for school choice, and in 2018 he signed legislation increasing school choice funding by $42 million.
  • The Trump Administration proposed the Education Freedom Scholarships and Opportunity Act.
President Trump restored funding and increased investment for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by 14 percent.

  • The Trump Administration provided more than $500 million in loans to HBCUs through the Capital Financing Program.
  • President Trump worked with HBCUs to protect $80 million in Title III carryover funding.
  • President Trump signed the FUTURE Act into law, which permanently funds HBCUs and simplifies the FAFSA application.
  • In 2018, President Trump signed a budget deal which forgave more than $300 million in debt owed by four HBCUs impacted by natural disasters and provided $10 million in loan payment deferments for schools that face financial difficulties, including HBCUs.
  • President Trump worked with Congress to lift the ban on Pell Grants on summer classes.
Biden has dome more for blacks than Trump.

Historic Support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
  • The ARP and other pandemic relief programs provided approximately $3.7 billion to HBCUs.
  • Additionally, HBCUs received approximately $1.6 billion in debt relief to 45 HBCUs, including 13 public institutions and 32 private institutions.
This is just one example.

 
Biden has dome more for blacks than Trump.

Historic Support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
  • The ARP and other pandemic relief programs provided approximately $3.7 billion to HBCUs.
  • Additionally, HBCUs received approximately $1.6 billion in debt relief to 45 HBCUs, including 13 public institutions and 32 private institutions.
This is just one example.



I list 30 things Trump did for blacks, all focused on staying in school, getting out of prison and getting work. You say Biden did more and post like 1 thing he did. NONE of them focused on getting them in school, keeping them employed or getting them into houses. No, Biden wants them to get the right price for their house when they sell. Trump would rather them NOT HAVE TO SELL IN THE FIRST PLACE.
 
There are no droves. I'm black. Carville is not.

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I list 30 things Trump did for blacks, all focused on staying in school, getting out of prison and getting work. You say Biden did more and post like 1 thing he did. NONE of them focused on getting them in school, keeping them employed or getting them into houses. No, Biden wants them to get the right price for their house when they sell. Trump would rather them NOT HAVE TO SELL IN THE FIRST PLACE.
I posted a link. Read what's in the link. Stop being white thinking you can tell me what somebody white has done for blacks. Trump didn't do squat for us. But he said he did a lot of things and whites like you repeat it.
 
I posted a link. Read what's in the link. Stop being white thinking you can tell me what somebody white has done for blacks. Trump didn't do squat for us. But he said he did a lot of things and whites like you repeat it.

What has Biden done for blacks? All you do is post links. I post links and you accuse me of being "white" telling you what Trump did for blacks.

Fuck off, fucking racist nigya. I know ALOT MORE BLACKS who like Trump than Biden. They can't stand Biden for saying "If you don't vote for me, you ain't black." You're just too stupid to know you're being had. Some blacks aren't.

Not that I expect you to be able to actually understand what you're reading here considering you're an uneducated negro, but here is all the proof I need Biden is running you people like a pack of dumb dogs on leashes.

 
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What Has Biden Done for Blacks They Ask​

Biden told them they aren't black, unless they vote for his old white racist ass. Screwed them over by importing 10 million dirt poor illegals who sucked up hundreds of billions of dollars that could have helped blacks. Screwed blacks out of good paying jobs with his war on fossil fuels. Screwed blacks out of good paying automotive jobs by cramming China's EV's down everyone's throats.

I could continue but it's clear Biden is no friend to blacks.
 
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We see all the disinformation and falsehoods about Biden. Republicans trying to spin their party into the party of black civil rights have made claims about what Biden has not done as compared to Trump. Well here are the facts.

FACT SHEET: The Biden-⁠Harris Administration Advances Equity and Opportunity for Black People and Communities Across the Country​

  • Providing Immediate Relief to Black People and Families through the American Rescue Plan. The ARP provides cash relief directly to low- and middle-income Americans, and is projected to cut the Black child poverty rate by more than 50% this year and has already cut Black child poverty by 40.1%, lifting approximately 420,000 Black children out of poverty between June and July alone. In addition, the Plan increased Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits by 15% through September 2021. Through this Plan, the President has reduced food insecurity in Black households – which had been double the White household rate – between one-fourth and one-third since early July.
  • Leveraging Federal Procurement to Narrow the Racial Wealth Gap for Black Entrepreneurs and Families. Recognizing that the Federal government spends more than $650 billion each year on purchasing goods and services, President Biden has directed agencies to use federal purchasing power to grow federal contracting with small disadvantaged businesses, including Black-owned businesses, by 50%, translating to an additional $100 billion over five years, and helping more Americans realize their entrepreneurial dreams.
  • Extending a Lifeline to Struggling Small Businesses. The American Rescue Plan provided emergency grants, lending, and investment to hard-hit small businesses – including Black businesses – so they can rehire and retain workers and purchase the health and sanitation equipment they need to keep workers safe. This includes a Small Business Opportunity Fund to provide growth capital to main street small businesses in economically disadvantaged areas, including minority-owned businesses.
  • Ensuring Black Homeowners Get Full Value for their Homes. In June, President Biden directed the launch of a first-of-its-kind interagency effort to address inequity in home appraisals and conduct rulemaking to aggressively combat housing discrimination. The effort, led by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia Fudge and Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice, is developing a set of policy recommendations and actions for President Biden to redress racial bias in home appraisals.
  • Protecting Black Americans’ Access to Housing by Combating Housing Discrimination. Following President Biden’s Presidential Memorandum directing his Administration to address racial discrimination in the housing market, HUD published a rule in the Federal Register entitled “Restoring Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Definitions and Certifications” that requires HUD funding recipients to complete an assessment of fair housing issues, identify fair housing priorities and goals, and then commit to meaningful actions to meet those goals and remedy identified issues.
  • Helping Black Americans Stay in their Homes. President Biden’s American Rescue Plan has helped Americans stay in their homes by providing emergency aid to cover back rent. In addition, the ARP helps struggling homeowners catch up with their mortgage payments and utility costs through the Homeowners Assistance Fund. And, it provided additional funding for families and individuals who are recovering from or at risk of homelessness.
  • Assisting Black Land Owners in Resolving Title Issues. An estimated 60% of Black-owned land in the South is heirs’ property—property that passes through inheritance without a will and that, as a result, has historically rendered owners ineligible for USDA programs, including lending. In July, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) rolled out the Heirs’ Property Relending Program, which primarily aids underserved communities, including Black Americans. The new program provides funds to assist heirs in resolving ownership and succession issues on farmland with multiple owners.
  • Dismantling Barriers to Accessing Department of Agriculture (USDA) Programs and Services. The ARP provides funding for USDA to establish one or more equity commissions to address historical discrimination and disparities in the agricultural sector. In September, USDA began requesting nominations for membership on the Equity Commission Advisory Committee and Equity Commission Subcommittee on Agriculture. The Equity Commission Advisory Committee will advise the Secretary of Agriculture by identifying USDA programs, policies, systems, structures, and practices that contribute to barriers to inclusion or access, systemic discrimination, or exacerbate or perpetuate racial, economic, health and social disparities
  • Ensuring that Federal Grants Don’t Support Discriminatory Activities. In June, the Department of Transportation (DOT) issued an Order requiring its offices to review the potential discriminatory impact of grantees’ proposed activities before awarding federal funds. Under the Order, the agency won’t award federal financial assistance until that is satisfactorily completed.

These are just a few. Read the link to see it all. Black unemployment and poverty reached historic lows under the Biden administration. He has done more for blacks than Trump ever thought of.
Powerful!
 
Powerful!

False, but powerful.

But hey, stupid negros do what stupid negros do. After all, if you don't vote for Biden, you ain't black. You ain't intelligent either, but you sure the fuck ain't black. Why vote for an old racist white dude? Oh yea, because you're black and you were told who to vote for. Thinking for yourself is not something blacks are known for.

Can you imagine the racist outcrys had Trump said if you don't vote for me, you ain't white? HOLY FUCKING SHIT.
 
Biden told them they aren't black, unless they vote for his old white racist ass. Screwed them over by importing 10 million dirt poor illegals who sucked up hundreds of billions of dollars that could have helped blacks. Screwed blacks out of good paying jobs with his war on fossil fuels. Screwed blacks out of good paying automotive jobs by cramming China's EV's down everyone's throats.

I could continue but it's clear Biden is on friend to blacks.

Well he did let black kids play with his hairy legs. That was a first, no black kid ever got to play with an old white man's hairy legs before,

 
We see all the disinformation and falsehoods about Biden. Republicans trying to spin their party into the party of black civil rights have made claims about what Biden has not done as compared to Trump. Well here are the facts.

FACT SHEET: The Biden-⁠Harris Administration Advances Equity and Opportunity for Black People and Communities Across the Country​

  • Providing Immediate Relief to Black People and Families through the American Rescue Plan. The ARP provides cash relief directly to low- and middle-income Americans, and is projected to cut the Black child poverty rate by more than 50% this year and has already cut Black child poverty by 40.1%, lifting approximately 420,000 Black children out of poverty between June and July alone. In addition, the Plan increased Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits by 15% through September 2021. Through this Plan, the President has reduced food insecurity in Black households – which had been double the White household rate – between one-fourth and one-third since early July.
  • Leveraging Federal Procurement to Narrow the Racial Wealth Gap for Black Entrepreneurs and Families. Recognizing that the Federal government spends more than $650 billion each year on purchasing goods and services, President Biden has directed agencies to use federal purchasing power to grow federal contracting with small disadvantaged businesses, including Black-owned businesses, by 50%, translating to an additional $100 billion over five years, and helping more Americans realize their entrepreneurial dreams.
  • Extending a Lifeline to Struggling Small Businesses. The American Rescue Plan provided emergency grants, lending, and investment to hard-hit small businesses – including Black businesses – so they can rehire and retain workers and purchase the health and sanitation equipment they need to keep workers safe. This includes a Small Business Opportunity Fund to provide growth capital to main street small businesses in economically disadvantaged areas, including minority-owned businesses.
  • Ensuring Black Homeowners Get Full Value for their Homes. In June, President Biden directed the launch of a first-of-its-kind interagency effort to address inequity in home appraisals and conduct rulemaking to aggressively combat housing discrimination. The effort, led by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia Fudge and Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice, is developing a set of policy recommendations and actions for President Biden to redress racial bias in home appraisals.
  • Protecting Black Americans’ Access to Housing by Combating Housing Discrimination. Following President Biden’s Presidential Memorandum directing his Administration to address racial discrimination in the housing market, HUD published a rule in the Federal Register entitled “Restoring Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Definitions and Certifications” that requires HUD funding recipients to complete an assessment of fair housing issues, identify fair housing priorities and goals, and then commit to meaningful actions to meet those goals and remedy identified issues.
  • Helping Black Americans Stay in their Homes. President Biden’s American Rescue Plan has helped Americans stay in their homes by providing emergency aid to cover back rent. In addition, the ARP helps struggling homeowners catch up with their mortgage payments and utility costs through the Homeowners Assistance Fund. And, it provided additional funding for families and individuals who are recovering from or at risk of homelessness.
  • Assisting Black Land Owners in Resolving Title Issues. An estimated 60% of Black-owned land in the South is heirs’ property—property that passes through inheritance without a will and that, as a result, has historically rendered owners ineligible for USDA programs, including lending. In July, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) rolled out the Heirs’ Property Relending Program, which primarily aids underserved communities, including Black Americans. The new program provides funds to assist heirs in resolving ownership and succession issues on farmland with multiple owners.
  • Dismantling Barriers to Accessing Department of Agriculture (USDA) Programs and Services. The ARP provides funding for USDA to establish one or more equity commissions to address historical discrimination and disparities in the agricultural sector. In September, USDA began requesting nominations for membership on the Equity Commission Advisory Committee and Equity Commission Subcommittee on Agriculture. The Equity Commission Advisory Committee will advise the Secretary of Agriculture by identifying USDA programs, policies, systems, structures, and practices that contribute to barriers to inclusion or access, systemic discrimination, or exacerbate or perpetuate racial, economic, health and social disparities
  • Ensuring that Federal Grants Don’t Support Discriminatory Activities. In June, the Department of Transportation (DOT) issued an Order requiring its offices to review the potential discriminatory impact of grantees’ proposed activities before awarding federal funds. Under the Order, the agency won’t award federal financial assistance until that is satisfactorily completed.

These are just a few. Read the link to see it all. Black unemployment and poverty reached historic lows under the Biden administration. He has done more for blacks than Trump ever thought of.

LOL, are you saying black people are to stupid to know what's good for them...
 

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