Biden Pumps Millions in Tax Dollars to Radical Groups That Backed His Green Agenda

Democrat President Joe Biden has pumped $177 million in taxpayer money to several radical “environmental justice” groups that backed his green agenda.

The tax dollars were doled out to the groups by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the agency announced Thursday.

The groups that received the money publicly supported the Biden administration’s signature climate law, the Inflation Reduction Act.

The funding will be spread across 17 groups, which will each receive a minimum of $10 million.

The cash is being given to the groups to serve as Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers (EJTCTACs).

The EJTCTACs will help “underserved and overburdened communities” access government funding to support environmental justice initiatives, the EPA reported in a press release.

Among the groups named by the EPA are the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), WE ACT for Environmental Justice, and the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DSCFEJ).

The EPA’s Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights celebrated the funding in a tweet thread Thursday.

“These EJ TCTACs are in direct response to feedback from communities and environmental justice leaders who have long called for technical assistance and capacity building support!” the posts said.

The EJ TCTAC program is partnered with [the Department of Energy] and is part of the Federal Interagency Thriving Communities Network to deliver on the Biden Administration’s Justice40 Initiative to ensure that 40% of the benefits of certain federal investments flow to disadvantaged communities.”

The funding represents a significant boost to groups like the NWF and DSCFEJ.

The two environmental groups were tapped by the EPA.

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In 2021, the NWF generated roughly $118 million in revenue, according to publicly available documentation.

The DSCFEJ, on the other hand, generated just $3.54 million in 2020.

EPA Administrator Michael Regan in the press release that the tax dollars will help the groups overcome “barriers.”

“We know that so many communities across the nation have the solutions to the environmental challenges they face,” Regan said.

“Unfortunately, many have lacked access or faced barriers when it comes to the crucial federal resources needed to deliver these solutions.

“Today we’re taking another step to break down these barriers.”

The EPA has also announced a combined $827 million in funding for environmental justice initiatives in 2023, according to the agency’s press release.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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