Court Rules On Biden Loan Policy

In a major win for small business owners, a group of entrepreneurs have successfully challenged the Biden administration’s plans to pick winners and losers solely based on race.

Three plaintiffs – Jeffrey Nuziard, Matthew Piper, and Christian Bruckner – took the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) to court and won, putting an end to the agency’s discriminatory practices.

The MBDA, which was expanded under the Biden administration, aimed to support only certain racial groups, including African Americans, Asian Americans, Hasidic Jews, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders.

This left out individuals from other racial groups, such as those from the Middle East, North Africa, or North Asia. This type of discrimination is unacceptable, and the court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, stating that “equality must be the law of the land.”

The decision by U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman is a victory for all Americans who believe in equal treatment under the law. The MBDA’s “very design” was found to punish disfavored racial groups, which goes against the core principles of the Constitution. This ruling sends a strong message that the federal government cannot blatantly violate the rights of its citizens without consequences.

The plaintiffs, who come from diverse backgrounds, had all sought assistance from the MBDA only to be told that they were ineligible due to their race. This is a clear violation of their rights as American citizens, and they decided to take a stand against such discrimination.

Christian Bruckner came to the U.S. as an immigrant in the 1970s and said the decision gives him hope for a more equal America. He expressed his belief in the justice system and his desire for equality for all citizens, regardless of race.

The decision also marks a significant win for the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), which represented the plaintiffs in the case. WILL has been actively challenging the Biden administration’s race-based programs through its Equality Under The Law Project.

The project has successfully halted the discriminatory Farmer Loan-Forgiveness program and the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. The group is currently challenging the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program, a $37 billion infrastructure fund, which is currently exclusive to minorities.

This victory for the plaintiffs sets a precedent for future cases involving race-based programs. It sends a strong message that equality is a fundamental principle of American society, and no government agency has the right to discriminate against its citizens based on race. This decision is a step in the right direction towards a more fair and equal America.

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