Is TRUMP’S HUD Secretary BEN CARSON an OVERSEER for the PLANTATIONS in the U.S.? ‘SHAME BEFORE FOR GOD’

Is the Trump administration Housing Secretary Ben Carson intentions is to take away affordable housing from the Middle Income, Low income, Senior Citizens, Families, Disabled, and Veterans to BUILD A WALL to stop illegal immigration. Or is the wall is to keep citizens in the U.S.?

The only Black person on Trump administration, in my opinion his job is to cause hardship for the most vulnerable citizens in the U.S.  OVERSEER OF THE  PLANTATIONSOverseer of Plantations

This is Shame before GOD.

My belief is President Donald Trump chose Ben Carson for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to be the OVERSEER OF THE  PLANTATIONS in the United States.

In my opinion he is more qualified to be U.S. Surgeon General, not over Housing and Urban Development !!

“The Associated Press also reported that Housing Secretary Ben Carson emailed HUD employees telling them the proposed HUD program cuts were just “starting numbers.”

Nevertheless, the starting point for HUD cuts include:

Maintaining the same level of funding for rental assistance programs

Minimizing HUD salaries and administrative expenses by 5 percent

Slashing the public housing capital fund by $1.3 billion, a reduction of 32 percent

Cutting $600 million would from the public housing operating fund

**Lowering direct rental assistance payments — including Section

**8 Housing and homeless veterans vouchers — by $300 million

**Removing 10 percent ($42 million) for elderly housing Section 202

Reducing disabled housing programs under Section 811 by 20 percent ($29 million)

Reducing Native American housing block grants by 20 percent ($150 million)

**Eliminating the $3 billion Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) program —

i.e., Choice Neighborhoods and HOME Investment Partnerships

This week’s Trump Budget could kill the Community Development Block Grants completely if HUD’s working recommendations survive OMB.
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