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USDA: Straight White Male Farmers Will Receive Disaster Aid Last

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Admiral Rachel Levine was appointed as the U.S. Public Health Service, Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under Biden’s diversity cabinet. Levine has repeatedly warned that climate change disproportionately affects minorities. The US Department of Agriculture agrees and will begin prioritizing disaster aid to non-white Americans. A group of farmers is now suing the USDA and claiming that it violates the 14th Amendment by favoring certain groups over others.

“When natural disasters strike, they don’t discriminate based on race and sex. Neither should the Department of Agriculture,” the group of farmers wrote in a court filing. “Enjoining USDA from using race, sex, or progressive factoring when administering the programs is warranted because Plaintiffs are likely to succeed on the merits of their claims that: (1) the programs, as currently administered, are unconstitutional; (2) USDA lacks statutory authority to run the programs in their current form; and (3) USDA failed to adequately explain changes in calculating payments when implementing progressive factoring,” the motion stated.


The Biden Administration has distributed $25 billion in pandemic and disaster aid based on a woke merit system that is based on gender, race, sexuality, or any trait that is deemed “socially disadvantaged.” Not only does this violate the 14th Amendment, but it infringes upon the Fifth Amendment and the Administrative Procedures Act. Straight white men are being discriminated against, yet they compose the majority of America’s farmers. Those deemed “socially disadvantaged” not only receive financial assistance first, but they receive larger sums and other preferential treatment.

“Disasters don’t discriminate and neither should USDA. In fact, the Constitution prohibits it,” the lawyers representing the farmers declared. “That is why our brave clients – a group of Texas farmers that includes three white men who received significantly less money in disaster relief funds from USDA than if they had been of a different race or sex – filed this case and are asking the court to stop USDA’s blatant discrimination.”

Race-based discrimination is alive and well in America. These measures violate the US Constitution and equal rights protections and create a divide between the people. Biden continues to sign Executive Orders permitting agencies to disregard the Constitution but it is downright unconstitutional and stains our entire political system.