Yet Another Fake Ex-Leftist/Antifa doing the Fox circuit:
AFAIK antifa doesn’t have members.
And while they might find someone who made a sharp right turn useful, he’d never be admitted to the ideologically pure right cadre of ratfuckers that is the Leadership Institute.
There’s better word but Americans can’t use it.
Actually “Cadre of C***s” would be an excellent name for a modern version of Up Against the Wall Motherfucker.
“They’re coming after the children.”. The mind boggles.
Damn it. I had just forgotten about Pompeo.
The plaintiffs allege that to be eligible for the program, a business must “demonstrate that its owners are at least 51% black, Indigenous, or people of color. These BIPOC owners must come from one of four groups — Black or African American, Asian, Hispanic American, or Indigenous or Native American. In other words, no whites allowed,” according to court documents, adding that the program is “blatantly illegal.”
Ohhh for FUCK’S SAKE.
Crosun vs Richmond
Writing for the majority was Sandra Day O’CONNOR. This case determined that race based measures were constitutional and served an important governmental interest when they followed the guidelines noted.
This applied to local & state governments.
The case that does the same for the Feds is Adarand vs Pena.
Yet, just like with policies and programs in education courses or debt relief, folks following 45’s playbook will sue. It gets them visibility, the sympathy of like-minded supporters, and delays any benefits going to “others.” I’d love to see them (and their lawyers) get the same kind of court-ordered fines like TFG got recently. It’s probably the best deterrent.
And the current court won’t respect precedent. They’ve been trying to undermine these cases and programs for decades. Lately, it’s a full court press and funded big time by billionaires.
They’re running several test cases around the country to find the right case & venue.
Yeah, those cases involving hypothetical scenarios should be exhibit A in an upcoming trial, The People vs. SCOTUS.
That it took so many years to catch and prosecute them is disturbing. Fraud’s a huge problem that costs billions of dollars every year. The data in the link is old, so it’s probably even worse now.
I hope they sue that company into oblivion and after discovery bring criminal charges against every decision maker responsible
Well, that was quick.
In the words of the immortal (sadly only rhetorically) Jim Nabors, “Surprise, surprise, surprise!”