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Obama's Race Based, War on Hurricane Sandy Victims By Withholding Disaster Relief and Housing Grants

Affirmative Action Raps At The Door Of American Homes

In a St. Louis American article (Jan. 15, 2014), black commentator Adolphus Pruitt explained, “The Obama administration is serious about addressing this issue. The administration is currently withholding Hurricane Sandy disaster relief funding for Westchester County, NY. HUD has also refused to renew housing grants totaling $17 million to Westchester County, after determining that zoning in seven of the county's municipalities was exclusionary. The county was advised to sue those cities and towns to end restrictive practices, such as limiting the size, type, height and density of buildings.”

[Editor’s Note: The following post is by TDV contributor, Wendy McElroy]

American zip codes have been evaluated for their racism. It is called “geospatial discrimination.”

Investment Business Daily explained, “In what may be the most ambitious social-engineering project undertaken by the federal government, the administration is mapping every neighborhood in America by race. The stated purpose is to use the data to compel local officials to loosen zoning laws and build more public housing, thereby offering more poor inner-city minorities better opportunities for housing and education.”

WPCNR COUNTY CLARION-LEDGER. From County Legislator Catherine Borgia. April 5, 2013: County Legislator Catherine Borgia revealed today that the Department of Housing and Urban Development informed the county Thursday it would withhold Hurricane Sandy disaster relief because of County lack of progress in complying with the housing settlement. Borgia, in a statement to the media, accused the county of withholding this HUD action from the Board of Legislators: "In a letter dated April 4, HUD noted that its “serious civil rights concerns” connected to County Executive Astorino’s continued non-compliance with the housing settlement is preventing the County from receiving the disaster relief funds. “This is merely the latest in a long series of financial liabilities that the Administration’s continued stubbornness will cost us; and there could be many more significant financial penalties coming for non-compliance of the Housing settlement. Westchester taxpayers can’t afford to continue to bear that burden.”

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