Several days ago, Kamala Harris made a statement that sent Florida’s Hurricane Ian victims into a panic.
Harris claimed the relief funds would go to minorities and women first.
On Sunday, FEMA’s boss insisted that will not be the case.
Deanne Criswell, the Federal Emergency Management Agency chief, completely shunned Harris’ idea of how relief funds will be distributed.
Criswell stated, ”We’re going to support all communities.
“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.”
Harris has been taking heat ever since she made the comment.
She was clearly pandering to her audience, not to mention Harris does not even have the authority to make such a stipulation for funding guidelines.
Criswell continued, “These people that need our help the most are going to be able to access the help that we offer.
“I know that the vice president and the president, they share the same values.
“We are going to be there to support everybody that needs help.”
She got that last part wrong, as Kamala Harris clearly does not share the same values.
Harris made no bones about where she wanted that money to go, so it is a bit upsetting that Criswell would try to cover for her.
But you be the judge...
When Harris was asked about the distribution of funds, she stated, “We have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity.
“If we want people to be in an equal place, sometimes we need to take into account those disparities and do that work.”
Does that sound like someone that is not trying to create a line based on race?
Source: New York Post