Biden's Equity-Focused 'Infrastructure' Plan Seeks to Crush Single-Family ZoningChris Menahan
Apr. 08, 2021
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President Trump's warning that Joe Biden wants to abolish the suburbs is proving to be accurate.
The Biden regime is working on "pushing local governments to allow apartment buildings in neighborhoods that are currently restricted to single-family homes," Reuters reported on Thursday.
The $5 billion plan could inject the White House into a debate pitting older homeowners against younger workers seeking to gain a foothold in the most expensive U.S. cities, where many families spend a third or more of their income on housing.Indeed, this is only for middle and lower class neighborhoods.
The rich -- Biden's donors and voters -- will still live in luxury in tight-knit communities.
From The National Review, "Biden's Infrastructure Bill Aims to End Single-Family Zoning":
With the introduction of his massive, $2.3 trillion "infrastructure" bill, President Biden's campaign to end suburban single-family zoning has begun. If you think this issue was debated and resolved during the 2020 presidential campaign, you are mistaken. It's true that Biden's campaign platform openly and unmistakably pledged to abolish single-family zoning. As soon as President Trump made an issue of that pledge, however, Biden went virtually silent on the issue and the Democrat-supporting press falsely denied that Biden had any designs on single-family zoning at all. Now that he's president, Biden's infrastructure bill openly includes programs designed to "eliminate" single-family zoning (which Biden calls "exclusionary zoning").Biden's "infrastructure" plan has nothing to do with infrastructure and everything to do with social engineering -- or what Biden's handlers call "equity."
As the Washington Post reported a week ago, Biden's advisors specifically told him not to focus on "major physical infrastructure investments" because that may help the "White working-class male worker."
Biden followed through on their request, his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan spends $400 billion on "caregiving" versus only $157 billion on modernizing bridges, highways, roads and upgrading air travel, airports, waterways and coastal ports.
Social engineering is infrastructure!
Eliminating whiteness is infrastructure!
Equity is infrastructure!
Reparations is infrastructure!
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