Murdered Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen deserves same respect as George Floyd, Biden must act, family says

"Our country stands today begging for Congress, the Department of Defense to change what’s happened… Where are we a year ago today?"
The family received a $27 million settlement.
Everyone says to me, ‘How much did this family receive?’… They received nothing."
TRUMP MEETS WITH SLAIN FORT HOOD SOLDIER VANESSA GUILLEN'S FAMILY, BACK CONGRESSIONAL BILL NAMED FOR HERKhawam spoke during a press conference at the U.S. Navy Memorial Thursday at what she said investigators found out to be the exact time one year ago that Vanessa Guillen was bludgeoned to death inside an armory room at the base by another enlisted soldier, Spc.
Unlike former President Donald Trump, President Biden has not met with the Guillen family.
Trump held a meeting with the family at the White House last July and backed the first "I Am Vanessa Guillen" bill introduced to Congress in September.
VANESSA GUILLEN'S DEATH RULED 'IN THE LINE OF DUTY,' ENTITLING FAMILY TO BENEFITS"I want to call out President Biden.
"Well, months later we’re trying to meet with you, we’re trying to get your support for this legislation – the 'I Am Vanessa Guillen Act,’" she continued, addressing the president.
Khawam said Guillen’s family met with U.S. Reps. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., and Markwayne Mullin, R-Okla., who support what she says is a "bi-partisan" bill.
"Going back to the whole thing with George Floyd and Vanessa Guillen, Vanessa was murdered at this time last year, April 22.
He received justice, his family received justice.
What does that tell our men and women who join the armed forces and that are in the armed forces?