He fundamentally transformed — some would say destroyed — America’s healthcare insurance and delivery system. He has tried to fundamentally transform business rules, regulations, and requirements. Now he’s making a huge push to impose far-reaching changes on immigration, as well as environmental and trade laws that would concentrate even more power in the executive branch of the federal government.
And soon President Obama will unveil a massive plan to change neighborhoods across America with a sweeping federal program that, according to critics quoted by Fox News host Megyn Kelly, could be “the most radical, politically explosive change President Obama has attempted in his six plus years in office.”
Obama’s Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is finalizing details of a far-reaching new set of rules it plans to make public later this month. As The Hill reports, the new HUD plan would purportedly address issues of “equal opportunity” as interpreted under the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
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“HUD is working with communities across the country to fulfill the promise of equal opportunity for all,” a HUD spokeswoman said. “The proposed policy seeks to break down barriers to access to opportunity in communities supported by HUD funds.”
On Thursday’s night’s The Kelly File, the potentially explosive new program to diversify so-called “wealthy” neighborhoods was discussed by Megyn Kelly and her two guests.
“They want to look around the area you live and decide if your town is diverse enough,” Kelly asserted. “If not, the feds will order low-income housing or else, much of your federal funding for your town will dry up.” She then opened up the debate to opposing viewpoints, conservative and liberal.
By clicking on the video above, you can watch the eye-opening segment on soon-to-be-released housing rules from the Obama administration that critics are calling “social engineering of the worst kind.”
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