Biden Heading Out To Rural America To Bribe Them Into Supporting Democrats In November

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 13 April 2022 12:00
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In April, Biden Administration officials will crisscross the United States to praise improvements to rural communities financed by the $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

The “rural playbook” tour will include stops in several states as White House officials reveal billions of dollars worth of funding to improve forest fire eagerness, rural broadband access, transportation networks, and water quality, among other items.

“Rural America is the source of the food we eat, the water we drink, and the energy we use,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said during a Monday morning call with reporters. “Some of the most iconic landscapes in our country are located in rural America.”

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Only 10% to 15% of the U.S. population is deemed rural. Still, people in those areas face higher unemployment rates, poorer access to amenities, and fewer economic opportunities than those in suburbs and cities.

The tour will include appearances by Vilsack, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu.

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“This funding will help establish and rebuild clean water infrastructure for underserved and rural populations, which will further the President’s goal to ensure that everyone has access to clean, safe drinking water,” Haaland said during the call.

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The playbook includes more than 100 programs funded by the infrastructure law, according to a press release.

The Interior Department will allocate $420 million for rural water systems in Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The Administration has also announced a $1 billion “America the Beautiful Challenge” that will utilize federal conservation and restoration investments to boost land, water, and wildlife conservation efforts.

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“I have always believed that for America to succeed, rural America must succeed,” Joe Biden said in a prepared statement. “Since taking office, my administration has focused on building pathways to the middle class for rural Americans in rural America — including investing in rural infrastructure and rebuilding the communities that feed and fuel our country.”

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“For far too long, opportunity has been out of reach for rural communities,” Biden said. “My Administration is changing that,” he added, referencing provisions in the $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill, the American Rescue Plan, to aid rural communities during the pandemic, as well as those in the infrastructure law “to make sure we revitalize and rebuild rural communities for years to come.”

“These generational infrastructure investments will provide rural communities across America affordable high-speed internet, clean drinking water, reliable electricity, better roads and bridges, and good-paying jobs,” Biden said. “Strong infrastructure in rural communities is good for jobs, good for keeping the economy moving, good for lowering prices, and good for America.”

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