(Natural News) Joe Biddy, Resident of the White House nursing home, has introduced a new $2 trillion infrastructure package that promises to upfit our nation’s crumbling roads and bridges. Ironically enough, it also apportions $20 billion for the dismantling of roads and highways that social justice warriors (SJWs) claim are “racist.”
You see, “improving infrastructure” has two different meanings depending on whether you are Republican or Democrat. The former recognizes that improving infrastructure means repaving and restructuring roads and bridges while adding more of them wherever needed. To Democrats, though, improving infrastructure means tearing it down if special interest groups see its location as “racist.”
“It’s true that much of Biden’s plan is not traditional infrastructure,” writes Michael Grunwald for Politico.
“It proposes huge investments in scientific research, clean energy research and medical research – although of course it refers to that spending as ‘research infrastructure.’ It would subsidize electric cars and buses as well as electric “charging infrastructure,’ while investing in energy-efficiency upgrades for homes and schools, semiconductor manufacturing, affordable housing, new child care facilities and ‘community college infrastructure,’ more commonly known as ‘community colleges.'”
China Joe’s proposal also aims to “eliminate racial and gender inequalities in STEM programs,” meaning science, technology, engineering and mathematics. White men — and men in general — have traditionally gravitated towards such fields and the system is attempting to dismantle that by bringing in more females and transgenders.
“Whether you believe Biden’s rhetoric about his plan helping America compete with China for the industries of the future, or the Republican rhetoric about his plan paying off Democratic unions and sucking up to Democratic voters of color, it’s certainly not a classic asphalt plan,” Grunwald adds.
“It does call for investments in fixing roads and bridges, but it doesn’t call for new sprawl-inducing roads and bridges, and it focuses far more on new rail lines, better airports and seaports, more bike lanes, more pedestrian-friendly streets and better transit.”
Democrats and Republicans are both corrupt and only want votes
As for the dismantling of “racist” roads and highways, Beijing Biden’s infrastructure package will tear them all down on the taxpayers’ dime. Roads and highways that have traditionally divided communities in New Orleans and Syracuse along racial lines will be abolished.
Even though roads and highways in America are already hard to come by and often over-trafficked, it is apparently a higher priority to the Biden regime to make Black Lives Matter (BLM) feel a little less upset about the state of the world than to help everyone, regardless of race or color, have an easier commute to work.
Our nation’s energy infrastructure has already been handed over by Hunter’s dad to communist China, so why not also hand over the transportation grid exclusively to the Democrats?
Grunwald’s reporting is unusually fair in that it points out how Democrats and Republicans are fighting for the future of America through our nation’s infrastructure. Democrats are focusing on urban areas where most of their voters live, both dead and alive, and Republicans are focusing on their more rural areas where their voters live.
“The partisan divide over infrastructure is in one sense a predictable divide over the spoils of government,” Grunwald reveals. “Democrats want to send money to the metropolitan areas where most economic activity happens and most Democrats live. Republicans want to prop up the nation’s more Republican outskirts.”
“But in our shirts-and-skins political culture where how you vote has become so intricately connected to where you live, infrastructure has really become a fight over how Americans will live in the future.”
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