VIDEO: Biden Says Small Businesses Will Receive No Aid Unless They’re Owned By Minorities, Women

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden pledged to allot relief to small businesses on a racialized basis in a video posted to left-wing Big Tech platform Twitter on Sunday, stating that “Our priority will be Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American owned small businesses, women-owned businesses.”

Biden made the remarks in a video detailing his regime’s plan to rebuild the economy after a year of crippling COVID lockdowns, many of which were supported by Biden himself.

“Our priority will be Black, Latino, Asian, and Native American owned small businesses, women-owned businesses, and finally having equal access to resources needed to reopen and rebuild,” Biden said, falsely inferring that minorities and women  have less access to resources than white men.

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“But we’re going to make a concerted effort to help small businesses in low-income communities, in big cities, small towns, rural communities, that have faced systemic barriers to relief,” Biden continued.

Biden then urged viewers to conjure up a sympathetic image of a mom-and-pop small business owner, who presumably must be non-white or female to have a chance at receiving lockdown relief from the Biden administration.

The President-elect appeared to contradict himself later in the speech while pledging to help the businesses that “have been hit the hardest,” which statistically speaking would represent the majority of American small businesses which are owned by middle-class white American, European, and Middle Eastern families.

A foreshadowing of the Biden administration’s racially discriminatory viewpoints towards white men could be seen when the state of Michigan certified Biden’s disputed electoral college votes in December by demanding attendees rise for something called the “black national anthem”:

Democrat officials in Michigan ordered the entire floor to rise to their feet and remain standing for a “black national anthem” during Monday’s ceremony to confirm the votes of sixteen Democrat electors for Democrat presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Attendees were ordered to “please remain standing for the National Anthem and the “black national anthem” by the Turner Sisters, Jeliah and Jemilah Turner.”

The official proceedings were then halted for a melancholy rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which was declared to be the “Negro National Anthem” by the National Association of Colored People in 1919. The United States government does officially recognize any “black national anthem,” as the only federally recognized national anthem is “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Senate and House Republicans have already expressed eagerness to work in a bipartisan fashion with the Biden administration towards enacting more policies that marginalize middle class Americans.