Saturday, February 13, 2021

WH’s Psaki Dodges on Whether Migrants Streaming Across Border Should Be Tested for Coronavirus; Snubbing White, Male Business Owners in COVID Relief Helps No One, and other C-Virus Updates

White House’s Psaki Dodges on Whether Migrants Streaming Across Border Should Be Tested for Coronavirus:
White House press secretary Jen Psaki dodged questions Thursday when asked about whether President Joe Biden’s administration supported coronavirus testing of migrants entering the United States through the Southern border.
When Breitbart News asked Psaki if the Biden administration supported mandatory testing for migrants entering the United States, Psaki dodged and instead referred the question to the Department of Homeland Security.
“I would send you to them to give more outlines of the numbers and the specifics of what actions are taken at the border, and I am sure they are happy to answer your questions,” Psaki said, dodging the question.
The Department of Homeland Security did not respond to a subsequent request from Breitbart News for comment.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Thursday pressed the Biden administration for allowing unvaccinated and untested migrants into the country. He wrote in a letter: --->READ MORE HERE
Snubbing white, male business owners in COVID relief helps no one:
America’s small-business owners are struggling to survive the pandemic and the government-imposed lockdowns. And white, male business owners have an added problem: While politicians are offering loans and grants to minority- and female-owned businesses, they could care less about helping those guilty of the “sin” of being born white and male.
What’s next? Tax breaks for women and minorities, and higher rates for white men? Criminal laws that only apply to white men? Government programs shouldn’t discriminate. We’re all guaranteed equal treatment under the law.
President Biden hasn’t received that memo, apparently. He won the election vowing to unify a divided nation. Yet his 27-page plan to “build back better by advancing racial equity” proposes dozens of taxpayer-funded programs for businesses owned “by black and brown people”; there is no mention of white-owned businesses.
That’s bound to provoke resentment. More racism can’t cure racism. --->READ MORE HERE
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