The Biden administration is being sued by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty for their prioritization of bars and restaurants owned by women and those in minority groups, according to The Washington Times.
According to the Times report, the selected groups are getting the first crack at assistance from the COVID-19 while White men are being “pushed to the back of the line” for aid for their small businesses.
According to the Wisconson based group, the during period between May 3 until May 24 the $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund is only entertaining funding requests from businesses owned by women; veterans; or socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
The fund, which is meant to help restaurants that were hit hard by the COVID-19 shutdowns, opens after May 24, and eligibility for the fund opens to those of every race and gender equality.
Rationalization for this move came from the president’s statement that female-owned and minority-owned businesses were disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 economic crisis. The suit names U.S. Small Business Association Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman as the defendant and was filed in U.S. District Court in East Tennessee.
“Given the limited pot of funds, this puts white male applicants at significant risk that, by the time their applications are processed, the money will be gone,” the lawsuit states. The U.S. Small Business Association is suing on behalf of plaintiff Antonio Vitolo, owner of Jake’s Bar and Grill in Harriman, Tennessee who applied immediately for aid on May 3 but didn’t qualify for the aid because he is a white male, according to the suit.
The suit argues that this is both gender and race discrimination and unconstitutional. They’re seeing that the payouts be halted until the government processes the claims on a first-come, first-served basis.
“Given the limited pot of funds, this puts white male applicants at significant risk that, by the time their applications are processed, the money will be gone,” the lawsuit states.
Those pursuing “equality” have finally “said the quiet part out loud,” as it were, and allowed the unconstitutional attitudes to be put down to paper, which is allowing them to be sued on the same “basis of sex” that won the likes of Justice Ruth Badder Ginsburg their places in history.