A Biden Administration Woke CRT Policy Just Suffered A Massive Blow In Federal Court
A federal judge in Texas has issued a ruling that the Biden administration is discriminating against a white male restaurateur.
US District Judge Reed O’Connor, Bush appointee ruled that the plaintiff is “experiencing race and sex discrimination at the hand of government officials.”
“The evidence submitted by plaintiffs indicates that the entire $28.6 billion in the Restaurant Revitalization Fund may be depleted before plaintiffs’ application can be considered for relief under the program,” O’Connor wrote.
Philip Greer, who owns a restaurant and is white, recently sued the Small Business administration for violating the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause.
Greer applied for federal relief because his business lost almost $100,000 in revenue due to the pandemic.
However, the $1.9 trillion economic stimulus bill gives priority to women and “socially and economically disadvantaged” people.
The judge agreed that Greer was at risk of “irreparable harm” because the fund could run out of money before the program completed funding prioritized groups.
Greer was represented by the America First Legal Foundation, founded by former Trump aide Stephen Miller.
“This ruling is the first, but crucial, step towards ending government-sponsored racial discrimination,” Miller said in a statement. “We are proud to have obtained this order for our courageous client at this initial stage, but we have a long way to go.”
So far woke federal CRT policy is 0-1 in federal court and based on their tenants they will keep losing. The federal government cannot discriminate against anyone. Let’s be honest the Biden Administration knew what they were doing was unconstitutional and were just virtue signaling. If they were really serious nothing would have stopped them from putting together a special fund for “socially and economically disadvantaged” people.
What the Biden administration did was illegal and as more of these policies are put in place one can bet there is going to be a lot of lawsuits.