The Biden Administration and the SBA (Small Business Administration) are now under fire over their decision to only prioritize the applications of women and minorities for Covid-19 relief over non-minorities.
As Townhall reports:
The Biden administration is facing a legal challenge over the Small Business Association’s decision to prioritize women and racial minorities for COVID-19 relief. The SBA said only these applications for restaurant relief would be processed in the first three weeks, kicking white, male small business owners to the back of the line.
America First Legal, which represents restaurant owners Jason and Janice Smith and Eric Nyman, said despite qualifying for relief, their clients are “experiencing race and sex discrimination at the hand of government officials.”
“A federal judge in Texas ruled that the SBA’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund was wrong to distribute $28.6 billion in Covid-19 relief on the basis of an owner’s sex and race,” reports The Wall Street Journal.
There are also other cases against the SBA that haven’t gone in favor of the Biden Administration:
Meanwhile, in Vitolo v. Guzman the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals granted a preliminary injunction against the SBA on behalf of white plaintiff Antonio Vitolo, half-owner of Jake’s Bar and Grill in Tennessee. The other half is owned by his wife, a Latina. In a 2-1 decision joined by Judge Alan Norris, Judge Amul Thapar cites Supreme Court precedents such as Adarand and Richmond v. Croson to eviscerate the SBA’s discriminatory logic.
Many of the cases in question may possibly have to be resolved by the Supreme Court, but one thing is for certain: Joe Biden’s far-left and racist agenda is now officially on notice.