Video: How Biden plans to destroy the suburbs

Article CAIRCO note: 
The left is very, very serious about fundamentally changing America
Article author: 
Bob Weir
Article publisher: 
American Thinker
Article date: 
28 July 2020
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

... in 2020, an election year that the left wing must win if its members are to complete their Marxist revolution in the USA, insinuations about opponents are not nearly enough. Therefore, whenever Joe Biden sticks his head out of his underground bunker and deigns to say a few words about his candidacy, he must take full advantage of the illusion called "systemic racism."...

On the contrary, if he were a racist, he'd be doing what Democrats have been doing for generations: keeping blacks in virtual bondage in order to convince them that racism is systemic. How else can they get their votes unless they make them believe that their only hope is to vote for Democrats?  To continue the lie, Biden has a section in his platform called "a plan for investing in our communities through housing." ... To cut to the chase, it means that a Biden administration will endeavor to change the zoning rules in communities across the country. Their reasoning will be that not enough minorities can afford single-family homes in the suburbs, hence the suburbs are practicing racial discrimination. By the way, this was first promulgated by the Obama regime. The far left, led by Biden, is now doubling down on that reasoning....

According to the "plan," those suburbs, which don't have enough minority ownership of homes, must agree to change the zoning and allow much more affordable housing — i.e., increased density through multi-family apartment buildings  In other words, why shouldn't we have low-income apartment buildings towering over single-family homes in suburbia? The plan implies that those zoning laws are keeping black families from growing up in a crime-free environment with access to better education. Notwithstanding the fact that zoning laws exist to decide what can be built in a town, not who can live there, Biden's plan suggests that it's all about race....

First of all, according to the Federal Fair Housing Act (FFHA) of 1968, it's already illegal to discriminate against minorities in housing....

Democrats have made a decision that the suburbs are not providing them with enough votes, so they must be punished.

The good news is, thanks to President Trump, Obama's AFFH rule, which he created out of thin air and basically says communities are guilty of segregation by statistics if there are not enough minorities in the area, has been rescinded. The bad news is, if Biden is elected, that rule will be back in effect, and the destruction of the suburbs will proceed as planned.


Video: Federal overreach in our own backyards, Mark Levin, Life, Liberty & Levin, July 26, 2020:


Trump, Ben Carson Are 'Tearing Down' an Obama-Era Housing Rule, by Christian Datoc, Daily Caller, summarized on American Renaissance, July 22, 2020
The Trump administration will end the Obama administration's 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule Thursday morning, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and senior HUD officials explained Wednesday to the Daily Caller.
"At the request of the President, HUD will be tearing down the Obama Administration's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule," Carson told the Daily Caller. "In nearly every case, it is a fact that local governments are more adequately equipped to deal with their community's unique needs than any unelected bureaucrat in Washington."...
Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar and Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee offered similar praise to the Daily Caller of Carson and the Trump administration on the issue.
"Secretary Carson and President Trump have rightfully recognized the importance of rolling back Obama's AFFH rule, which sought to extort localities for utopian demographic design. For years I have fought this effort by Democrats to socially engineer local neighborhoods for political power," Gosar stated. "I fully support this Trump Administration rule that empowers local communities."