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“Plaintiff is a White farmer in Jennings, Florida who has qualifying farm loans but is ineligible for debt relief under Section 1005 solely because of his race.” Judge agrees: “Race or ethnicity is the sole, inflexible factor that determines the availability of relief provided by the Government….”
originally posted by: TXRabbit
If this was ruled on by a judge, there would be public record. Can you link the docket or legal identifier/case?
originally posted by: MALBOSIA
a reply to: ketsuko
Wasn't this exactly how the relief was sold? If I recall, it was intended for minority farmers?
Not saying it's right but why is anyone shocked? The intended recipient of this money was for minorities.
originally posted by: Ahabstar
a reply to: EdisonintheFM
Since Andrew Jackson, who created the Trail of Tears...oh, and the modern Democratic Party as well.
originally posted by: Irishhaf
a reply to: Justoneman
I would love to see a link explaining that because everything I read about that time showed the Cherokee, had a capital written laws a constitution patterned after ours and were trying to work a deal where they helped defend the country but kept their independence.
Even if what you said was true, how does that excuse the suffering and death of women and children on the trail?
On topic, GREAT... glad to finally seem some judicial push back on clearly racist policies being put into place by the fed.