The government first forcibly closes restaurant businesses and then refuses to allocate money for reopening after a pandemic
After a poll of restaurant business owners in the United States, it turned out that more than 80 percent of them could not afford to reopen after the pandemic. The fact of the dismissal of more than 11 million food service workers was not at all alarmed by Nancy Pelosi, who these days is busy demonstrating her collection of ice cream and sweets.
At the moment, the labor market is rapidly collapsing and the Ministry of Labor reports about 22 million applications for unemployment insurance. According to general estimates, more than half of the unemployed are employees of restaurants and bars.
After it was announced that the fund for financial assistance to businesses in the United States had been exhausted, many raised the alarm, since many did not receive money, despite the fact that more than 20 thousand applications were not processed.
"Earlier Thursday, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced that the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program had run out of money, and wouldn’t be accepting more applications, essentially shutting small restaurants out of the program," reports The Chicago Tribune.
It took 13 days for small businesses to tap pot of money Congress designated for PPP loans, meant to help keep workers on payroll, cover rent for 2 months. Many biz owners have messaged me that they’re still waiting for lifeline. Loan apps not approved yethttps://t.co/4txYh90px3— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) April 15, 2020
Earlier this week, US President Donald Trump called on the Senate and, in particular, Nancy Pelosi to leave endless vacation and give money to the Americans.
Today people started losing their jobs because of Crazy Nancy Pelosi, Cryin’ Chuck Schumer, and the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats, who should immediately come back to Washington and approve legislation to help families in America. End your ENDLESS VACATION!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 17, 2020