Biden Trots Out Small Business Owner Who Got Thousands in Gov’t Assistance to Argue Trump Isn’t Helping Small Business

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A new campaign video from Joe Biden features a small business owner who says the Trump administration did nothing to help her during the coronavirus pandemic. Unmentioned is that she received thousands through the administration’s Paycheck Protection Program.

Tiffany Easley, who owns NV My Eyewear in Philadelphia, received a forgivable $27,000 loan during the first phase of the program in April, she disclosed to local news outlet BillyPenn. She disclosed the same to Biden during a June 11 roundtable he held in Philadelphia, telling him her major concern was creating safe conditions for her furloughed staff to come back into the store.

But the disclosure is missing from the video testimonial Easley provided for the Biden campaign, in which she says the administration made “everything worse.”

“I had to permanently close one location and furlough my employees,” Easley says in the video. “But what’s worse, is that this president seemed to make everything else worse. Donald Trump and his administration left the American people behind, the people he is supposed to protect and serve. Small businesses—they need a partner in the White House, and that’s why I’m with Joe.” more here

9 Comments on Biden Trots Out Small Business Owner Who Got Thousands in Gov’t Assistance to Argue Trump Isn’t Helping Small Business

  1. Screwups that the Democrat Media Mafia would cover for three days straight if made by President Trump are COMPLETELY ignored for Dementia Addled Biden.

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  2. She’s a lying dogface pony soldier

    @ Tim Buktu JULY 4, 2020 AT 1:24 AM

    Ingratitude and envy are progs defining characteristics

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  3. And all I got was this damn T shirt from the DNC that said “The Government is here to help me”!

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  4. She furloughed her employees (onto taxpayer funded unemployment) and pocketed the $27,000 tax free dollars! What a self sacrificing hero (or BITCH)!

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  5. If she did not use the PPP money to pay employees or pay business expenses the loan is not forgivable. I believe an IRS audit is in order.

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