VP Harris Blows Off Reporter Asking Why Hurricane Relief Should Be Distributed Based On 'Equity'Chris Menahan
Oct. 03, 2022
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Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday blew off a Fox News reporter asking her why she thinks "communities of color" should be prioritized for hurricane relief funds in the name of "equity."
"Vice President, can you clarify what you meant about 'equity' for hurricane relief?" the reporter asked Harris at a DNC event.
Harris looked the reporter in the eyes and walked right past him without uttering a word.
FEMA head Deanne Criswell told CBS News on Sunday that aid will be given to "all communities," rejecting Harris's call to use the funds as a racial spoils system.
"We're going to support all communities," Criswell told Face the Nation. "I committed that to the governor, I commit to you right here that all Floridians are going to be able to get the help that is available to them through our programs."
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