Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign is a movement that is filled with negative statements and racist remarks said about the Latino and African American communities. In terms of verbal expression, Biden tends to be a loose cannon that can’t seem to get a hold of his words, let alone lead a nation. In terms of verbal expression, the difference between President Trump and Democratic hopeful Joe Biden is that Trump will stand behind what he says even if it not a popular thought, while Biden quivers in the wake of public opinion. Here are a few examples of Biden’s inconsistencies:
1-Back in February of 2020, it was reported that while Biden was In a meeting with a group of prominent black mayors from Georgia, Biden was quoted as saying that ‘African American parents can’t read or write themselves’. The statement received national media attention and was covered by Newsweek Magazine in an article entitled “In Private Meeting, Joe Biden Said Part of Education Problem in Black Communities is that ‘Parents Can’t Read or Write Themselves’”
2-In September 2019, several media sources report Biden’s racist remarks about slavery that were said during the Democratic debate. In an online article written by Ryan Grim titled JOE BIDEN’S STUNNINGLY RACIST ANSWER ON THE LEGACY OF SLAVERY HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED, e read:
“ABC correspondent Linsey Davis asked Biden to reflect on a remark he made in the 1970s: “I don’t feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather. I feel responsible for what the situation is today, for the sins of my own generation, and I’ll be damned if I feel responsible to pay for what happened 300 years ago.”
3-Earlier this week, Biden made headlines again. In an interview with hip-hop personality and radio host Charlamagne tha God, the former vice president is quoted as saying .“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black”. It’s certainly surprising to see how Biden can say whatever he wants to say and still walk away with no criticism from the African-American community.
Perhaps, Biden feels some sort of safety net with “black folk” since he served as vice president for former President Obama’s administration. However, what often goes unnoticed is that for the most part, Biden was really invisible during former President Obama’s eight-year run as commander-in-chief. Obama knew the potential threat of Biden’s vocal musings and for that reason, Obama kept Biden out of sight. At best, the public would only catch Biden holding a spatula and cutting the cake at Obama’s press conferences. For eight years, Biden faithfully held onto his duties of cutting the cake at events held by the Democratic Party. Now the spatula-boy is running for president and flaws that Obama saw in Biden’s personality are starting to come to light.
Unfortunately, the great majority of African Americans refuse to see the flaws in Biden that Obama saw. Sadly, the attitude that has emerged from Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign, even among the most “conscious” African American voters is a resurrection of a “white Jesus is coming to save us” mentality. As soon as someone criticizes Biden, an African American of Benson’s stature steps out the closet to point out a flaw about President Trump. This reverential devotion and religious fervor expressed by many African American voters in hopes that a “white Jesus” returns to the throne illustrates the depth of brainwashing among the ethnic, liberal, and self-disillusioned majority.
And while Joe Biden may pattern himself in garb that resembles a plaid-wearing 70’s-styled coke sniffer, who looks like a bastard member of the Kennedy family with a lifetime dental plan and a few shackled endorsements for Polident’s exotic cremes, you are still a politician. Biden’s spasms of the touchy-feely post-pedophile syndrome are deplorable. Yes, everyone makes mistakes but trying to resurrect the “white Jesus syndrome” among the oppressed with only make Joe Biden the Judas Iscariot of the Democratic Party.