Is anyone really surprised that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are trying to ram ANOTHER racist piece of legislation down Americans’ throats? No, we’re not.
But perhaps people are a little surprised over the fact that federal judges are occasionally keeping the President in line.
Case in point: Joe Biden’s plan to give racial reparations to black farmers has suffered yet ANOTHER legal blow.
Perhaps the dirtiest part of all of this was the White House mafia attempting to slip this through as part of a coronavirus bill. That’s right, they’re trying to “provide debt relief to socially disadvantaged farmers to remedy the lingering effects of the well-documented history of racial discrimination.”
Chief Judge S. Thomas Anderson came to the aid of the rest of America, issuing a preliminary injunction in order to block the program.
Anderson said in his decision: “Because Section 1005 on its face makes a distinction among applicants for relief on the basis of race, it must satisfy strict scrutiny – that is, it must be narrowly tailored to serve a compelling state interest and reiterating that all racial classifications [imposed by government] must be analyzed by a reviewing court under strict scrutiny. Under strict scrutiny, the government has the burden of proving that racial classifications are narrowly tailored measures that further compelling governmental interests. When race-based action is necessary to further a compelling governmental interest, such action does not violate the constitutional guarantee of equal protection so long as the narrow-tailoring requirement is also satisfied. Thus, the government must adopt the least restrictive means of achieving a compelling state interest rather than a means substantially related to a sufficiently important interest.”
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