Joe Biden Is Inherently Racist
August 9th, 2020 | TC
Few people today can be called legitimately and inherently racist, meaning that few people are as subconsciously and inadvertently racist as our great, great grandparents were in their younger years. Most Millennials are profoundly aware of their own racism, just as Generation X is of theirs. Both generations will say and do overtly racist things for attention (or as a joke), but they are always aware of their own actions and words. More recent generations rarely make aloof and insensitive racial comments without ever being aware of their impact. Baby Boomers, on the other hand, have a tendency to hold subconscious and discriminatory predispositions that sometimes find their way out into the public square, strictly by accident.
Meet Joe Biden.
Without question, Joe Biden is inherently racist. He clearly holds racial and cultural biases that were imprinted onto his subconscious brain during his childhood. Throughout his lengthy political career, Joe Biden has said things that expose his predispositions on race, culture and sexuality. His most recent gaffe happened during an interview in which he said, "Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community."
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This will be kept brief, because there are a hefty amount of resources available online for anyone who wants to find out how racist Joe Biden really is. This is intended to be a reminder, or a wake up call, to voters and supporters of Biden who think his political career has been geared toward strengthening America's black community.
As president, Joe Biden's inherent racial biases should be of some concern.
Despite making up 13% of America's population, African Americans make up a disproportionately high number of federal inmates. Say what you will, but mass incarceration is a hot-button political issue for America's black communities. For Democrats, the black vote has been gold. In 2016, Donald Trump won more of it than any Republican candidate in history. If the black vote matters in 2020, Joe Biden's 1994 "tough on crime" bill could be his biggest pitfall.
The bill was authored by Joe Biden, passed by Congress and signed into law by Bill Clinton in 1994. Ever since, the bill has been criticized as the harbinger for aggressive policing, police brutality, growth in black incarceration and for a rise in America's general prison population. Worse yet, the bill has done little to curb crime.
In the age of George Floyd, Joe Biden's 1994 crime bill is laced with the same poison as Hillary Clinton's early work on crime and welfare, in which she sought to imprison "super predators". She lost a fatal number of black votes to Trump in 2016.
Since Democrat Party elites launched him onto the campaign trail in 2020, Joe Biden has disrespected the black community twice in a span of six months. His most recent gaffe exposed his predispositions about African Americans and diversity. In an interview organized by the American Association Of Black Journalists, Joe Biden said, "Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community."
The comment sparked criticism from prominent black Democrats as well as black conservatives. Joe Biden's twitter feed was eventually flooded with apologies, which were met with only more condemnation from members of the black community on social media. "Joe Biden says we all think the same because we're black," said one user.
Prior to his latest comment, which signifies his true feelings about diversity within the African American community, Biden made a similarly offensive comment in an interview with The Breakfast Club. "If you have a problem figuring out whether you are for me or Trump, then you ain't black," he said.
Biden's now infamous "You Ain't Black" comment has cost him several political points and prompted attacks from black conservatives like Candace Owens.
At a campaign event in August 2019, while running to win the Democratic nomination, Biden told his crowd that "poor kids are just as bright and talented as white kids". Again, Biden's subconscious assertion that blacks and minorities are naturally poor sparked outrage, not just among members of the black community but among whites. Biden was not only accused of being racist, he was accused of being oblivious to America's growing epidemic of white poverty.
During Obama's 2012 re-election bid, Biden infamously told a crowd of black supporters that Mitt Romney and Wall Street would put them all back in chains. "Unchain Wall Street? They're gonna put y'all back in chains," he shouted.
While running for president against Barack Obama in 2007, for the Democratic nomination, Joe Biden said, "[Obama] is the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean."
Seven Eleven And Dunkin Donuts
While still a Senator in 2006, Biden was caught on video telling an Indian American that you can't walk into a Seven Eleven or a Dunkin Donuts without having a slight Indian accent. Biden then confirmed he wasn't joking.
“In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian Americans. You cannot go to a Seven Eleven or a Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking,” Biden said.
Joe Biden is inherently racist. As long as he keeps talking, Americans will know the truth.
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