Last updated on February 9, 2021 2:01 pm
Joe Biden has claimed numerous times to be the unifier of the country, both during his campaign and during his inauguration. Nevertheless, he is now the 46th President of the United States and should be accountable for the action of it’s citizens.
No-one would disagree that a President may have a lot on his plate however, the attention today is focused on Donald Trump’s impeachment. Now, the 1 week hearing depletes the normal actions and activities of the senate and other government workers required to manage the hearing. The usual trial has become partisan and captivated every available person to another irrelevant predictable hearing. Many have stated that the trial has already been pre determined.
President Biden likely could have saved the entire country from this political nonsense with a few choice words. As a nation all its citizens could have benefited from that decision.
Many experts would claim the impeachment is simply a waste of time, sufferers from lack of constitutional validity with political intentions for one party to benefit while depleting resources that may have been available for millions of people who are facing severe food and hunger insecurity. Reference; FeedingAmerica.org
Millions of children and families living in America face hunger and food insecurity every day.
- Due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 50 million people may experience food insecurity, including a potential 17 million children.
- According to the USDA’s latest Household Food Insecurity in the United States report, more than 35 million people in the United States struggled with hunger in 2019.
- In 2018, 14.3 million American households were food insecure with limited or uncertain access to enough food.
- Households with children are more likely to experience food insecurity. Before the coronavirus pandemic, more than 10 million children live in food-insecure households.
- Every community in the country is home to families who struggle with food insecurity including rural and suburban communities.
- Many households that experience food insecurity do not qualify for federal nutrition programs and need to rely on their local food banks and other hunger relief organizations for support.
Who goes hungry?
Hunger can affect people from all walks of life. Many Americans are one job loss or medical crisis away from food insecurity – but some people, including children and seniors, may be at greater risk of hunger than others. Get the facts.
To achieve our vision of a hunger-free America, we must address the root causes of hunger and deepen our understanding of structural and systemic inequities that disproportionately impact marginalized communities and people in need of assistance.