In Virginia, Gov. Youngkin’s Budget Helps Black American Students At The Expense of Illegal Aliens

When Glenn Youngkin ran for the Virginia governorship last year, he vowed that “Virginia must do a better job of supporting our historically Black colleges & universities [HBCUs].” Now that Gov. Youngkin has signed the commonwealth’s $165-billion two-year budget – which includes tax cuts, increased teacher pay, and reroutes funding from illegal aliens to HBCUs – one could say that he is following through on his promise. And putting Americans – particularly those from historically underprivileged backgrounds – before foreign nationals who are in the United States unlawfully simply makes sense.

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