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Almost 4 million people will be evicted

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The Eviction moratorium has expired and now millions of people who have not received money from the federal budget will be evicted for late monthly payments.

Absolutely the entire government knew that it would be so. The administration of the President of the United States systematically destroyed the country's economy, forbidding small businesses to operate throughout the country. Then they demanded to be vaccinated and at the same time they legally overestimate the minimum wage threshold.

More than 85 percent of unemployed Americans refused to return to work on the same terms and demanded an increase in wages, which in the current realities almost no employer in the United States can agree to.

Then Biden's next move is the Covid Relief Funds. This is the most beautiful thing! In addition to the fact that the unemployed receive unemployment benefits, the government further encourages their unemployment.

At a time when, according to the law, tenants could not pay because they would not be evicted, they did not pay. Now, to the already existing number of homeless people in the United States, about 4 million people are added.

Rep. Cori Bush, after losing the fight for free housing and for homeowners to lose their homes, just because they had nothing to pay on loans, complained on Twitter that colleagues preferred to go on vacation.

“Many of my Democratic colleagues chose to go on vacation early today rather than staying to vote to keep people in their homes. I’ll be sleeping outside the Capitol tonight. We’ve still got work to do,” she wrote.

Ilhan Omar, who also decided to spend the night outside the Capitol.

Image: 70023venus2009 / Flickr

Author: Usa Really