Former Vice President Joe Biden suggested Friday morning that an African-American radio personality “ain’t black” if he was questioning whether he should support the presumptive Democrat nominee over President Trump, thus solidifying the stance that he believes Democrats control the black vote and are due it when election time comes.
Biden went on to tout his voting record, and how he said it helps the black community, when in fact his voting record is responsible for massive black youth incarceration, the very thing this administration overturned just recently with criminal justice reform.
Are Democrats so out of touch with the black voter that they think they can pull people’s “black card” if they don’t vote Democrat? With Trump gaining voters among black voters with massive economic assistance, the lowest black unemployment ever among the black community pre-corona. People like Kanye West, Kim Kardasian, Candace Owens, and others praising the job he is doing among the black community, comments like Biden’s can only push more voters into the Trump camp.
A black U.S. Senator from South Carolina, Tim Scott called Biden’s comment “the most arrogant thing I have seen in a long time.” With Biden having won South Carolina is the primaries, Tim Scott’s criticism of his comment could be a spring board for those who oppose racism to finally realize that Biden and the Democrats do not have their best interest at heart, and have not for a long time if ever.
During the video Biden panders to Charlemagne by speaking in a way that he does not speak with speaking with white reporters, he spoke with more slang and in what some would call a “black” way. This is just another way, to tell when someone is a racist, when a person will change and pander to a culture by appropriating it’s accents to speak to you in order to be more readily understood, they think you are too stupid to understand the way they normally speak.
One thing is for sure, we all got to see Bide the true :blue” Democrat racist this morning, make sure to talk to all of your friends and educate them.
Written by Stephan Ball