Radical legislation introduced this week by Senators Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, and Kirsten Gillibrand seeks to spend a staggering $80 billion of taxpayer funds on seizing land from American farmers via eminent domain, and redistributing said land to vaguely defined "black farmers" as a reward for having suffered even more vaguely defined "systemic racism."
The so-called Justice for Black Farmers Act has already drawn comparisons to similar racist land expropriation measures enacted in South Africa.
A "Department of Agriculture Civil Rights Oversight Board" would be used to oversee the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture's Office and accept "civil rights complaints" from black activists, while an "Equity Commission" would focus on studying "historical and continuing discrimination by the Department of Agriculture against Black farmers and ranchers."
Taxpayer-funded studies regarding the races, ethnicities, ages, localities, wages and benefits" of farm workers would receive particular attention.
$80 Billion dollars from 2021 through 2030 would be spent by the U.S. Department of Agriculture redistributing land to people based on their race. South Africa tier. https://t.co/IOCAKIOt28 https://t.co/Lw6U1zx08D pic.twitter.com/gAJJHInVrr— american nationalist (@NationalistTV) November 24, 2020