The Biden administration announced on Monday it is allocating $200 million from …


The Biden administration announced on Monday it is allocating $200 million from the American Rescue Plan to support services for survivors of domestic violence following a rise in cases during pandemic lockdowns. “As we all know, the pandemic and its economic impact significantly increased the risks of abuse for victims of domestic violence and made it much harder for them to seek safety and support,” said White House press secretary Jen Psaki.⁠

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  1. This will probably be directed to the female victims of domestic abuse/violence rather than all victims

  2. Typical liberal thinking. Find a real issue. Then convince people that throwing tax payer money at it by giving it to the government is going to fix said problem. Then when nothing is fixed, blame it on the amount of money or those who don’t support the government. Not the fact the government can’t fix all our problems to begin with.

  3. Then Biden administration approves $735 million weapons sale to Israel 😂😂 just to keep the peace. 🤦

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