Chuck Schumer is the Senate minority leader. He is a jewish supremacist whose surname comes from the Hebrew word “shomer,” which means guardian, and Chuckie tries to live up to this title.
I try to be both—a shomer Y’israel, to help Israel, and a shomer here at home—to help those who need help and keep America strong.”
Schumer, inspired by his jewish faith, is now leading an effort by Senate Democrats to provide $350 billion to non-Whites via The Economic Justice Act. The money would be distributed over five years in the form of “immediate and long-term investments in communities of color,” in order to “address systemic racism and historic underinvestment in communities of color.”
According to Politico, Schumer stated:
Long before the pandemic, long before this recession, long before this year’s protests, structural inequalities have persisted in health care and housing, the economy and education… Covid-19 has only magnified these injustices and we must confront them with lasting, meaningful solutions.”
Will this be considered reparations or are they going to expect White Americans to fork over a few trillion more for that?
The program would provide $50B for child care (apparently to help out all those single mothers), $40B to expand and improve healthcare, $25B for jobs, training, and at risk youth, $20B for minority-owned businesses, $115B for infrastructure, $70B for new homeowners and renters, and more.
As the Democrats and Republicans argue with each other about how to divvy up the trillions of dollars they have looted from America, you better be sure that “reparations” will be playing a part, whether or not Schumer’s plan is adopted in full.