Joseph Robinette Biden, a former United States Senator from Delaware, a former Vice President of the United States, and currently the President of the United States, is a filthy racist. We know this because of Joe Biden has made overtly racist remarks for the entire period of his political career (fifty years) and has associated with others who are equally overtly racist — and he’s gotten away with it.
Not once has any Democrat, male or female, white person, or black person, elected or an appointed official from the federal, state, or local government ever called him on it. And one might imagine that a black person serving in the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, or any sitting federal judge, or any black member of a state court, would have been offended by Joe Biden’s racist remarks. If any such person was offended, they kept it to themselves.
Worse, perhaps, is that despite Biden’s overt racism, millions of black people voted for him anyway. One must wonder why. Could it be because black people often use racial epithets toward one another and give no thought to it unless it can help score political points? That certainly must be the case among white snowflakes who benefit directly from the Democratic Party’s racism.
There have been dozens of examples, but none more egregious than Biden’s response to a media question about his presidential rival on 31 January 2007: “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate, and bright, and clean, and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook man.”
In 2012, Biden told a campaign audience in Virginia that if the American people elected Mitt Romney, that his fiscal policies would “put y’all back in chains.” The media’s reaction equaled that of black people and high officials in Virginia or the federal government: crickets.
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Apparently unaware that Hispanic people have been part of our nation almost from its beginning, presently numbering more than sixty-million, Biden observed that Latinos resist getting their COVID vaccinations because they are afraid of being deported. Again, crickets. And should anyone have mentioned any of these examples, the canned explanation is, “Well, that’s just Joe being Joe.”
And, Joe being Joe, he also referred to Latinos as “Latin-X,” a woke term deeply resented by 97% of Hispanics living in the United States. Almost in the same breath, Joe Biden demeaned every black air corps officer who served in World War II by “white-splaining” that black men didn’t want the COVID inoculations because of experiments conducted by the CDC and USPHS (1932-1972), the so-called Tuskegee Experiment.
Try to imagine how long it would take for the political left to scream bloody murder after any GOP president in history made similar comments. So, this disgusting double standard is exposed for all to see, and yet, Democrats feel no shame or regret. Joe being Joe. Democrats being Democrats — which also explains how this country ever got around to embracing Margaret Sanger’s plan to rid the country of black people through abortion. It was a plan publicly endorsed and admired by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
In August 2020, Joe Biden suggested that if you’ve seen one black, you’ve seen them all. Speaking to a gathering of black and Hispanic journalists, Biden said, “ … unlike the African-American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.”
In the same interview, President Biden responded to a question tendered by a black reporter, who asked whether or not Biden had taken a cognitive test. Here’s how President Biden responded: “That’s like saying you . . . before you got in this program, you’re take [sic] a test whether you’re taking cocaine or not. What do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?”
In 2010, Senator Biden warmly eulogized Robert Byrd (D-WV), a former high official of the Klu Klux Klan by saying, “ … he was one of my mentors.” No one has a hard time believing that what Biden said is true. In 2006, Biden ridiculed people from India by saying, “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunk’ in Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. In 1977, Biden predicted that forced bussing to desegregate schools would cause his children to grow up “in a racial jungle.” We cannot say whether Biden’s racial jungle impacted his children — we can only say that none of the children who survived into adulthood turned out very well. Although, this could be a DNA rather than a racial issue.
Exclusive letters obtained by CNN show Joe Biden resisted mandated busing to desegregate schools during his time in Congress.
Joe being Joe, he hired Kamala Harris as his Vice President after she accused him, during her presidential campaign, of ruining her childhood. In my opinion, Joe Biden is a filthy racist, but I think it’s a leap to imagine that he destroyed her adolescent years.
What he did do, though, while serving as Chairman of the Senate Judicial Committee, is hurt one of the greatest men in our country’s history — and here is how that man put Joe Biden in his rightful place [extract, American Rhetoric Online Speech Bank]:
Senator Biden: The committee will please come to order. Judge, tough day and tough night for you, I know. Let me ask, do you have anything you’d like to say before we begin? And I understand that your preference is — which is totally and completely understandable — that we go one hour tonight, 30 minutes on each side. Is — Am I correct in that?
Judge Thomas: That’s right.
Senator Biden: Do you have anything you’d like to say?
Judge Thomas: Senator, I would like to start by saying unequivocally, uncategorically, that I deny each and every single allegation against me today that suggested in any way that I had conversations of a sexual nature or about pornographic material with Anita Hill, that I ever attempted to date her, that I ever had any personal sexual interest in her, or that I in any way ever harassed her.
A second, and I think more important point: I think that this [hearing] today is a travesty. I think that it is disgusting. I think that this hearing should never occur in America. This is a case in which this sleaze, this dirt, was searched for by staffers of members of this committee, was then leaked to the media, and this [your] committee and this body validated it and displayed it at prime time over our entire nation. How would any member on this committee, any person in this room, or any person in this country, like sleaze said about him or her in this fashion? Or this dirt dredged up and this gossip and these lies displayed in this manner? How would any person like it?
The Supreme Court is not worth it. No job is worth it. I am not here for that. I am here for my name, my family, my life, and my integrity. I think something is dreadfully wrong with this country when any person, any person in this free country would be subjected to this.
This is not a closed room. There was an FBI investigation. This is not an opportunity to talk about difficult matters privately or in a closed environment. This is a circus. It’s a national disgrace.
And from my standpoint as a black American, as far as I’m concerned, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves, to do for themselves, to have different ideas, and it is a message that unless you kowtow to an old order, this is what will happen to you. You will be lynched, destroyed, caricatured by a committee of the U.S. Senate, rather than hung from a tree.”
The judge was Clarence Thomas, whom Joe Biden ambushed and assaulted with his clandestine “op research” while trying his best to defeat the nomination of Thomas for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Proving of course that not only is Joe Biden a filthy racist, but he’s also a despicable human being. So, reader, you tell me how it was possible that the American people elected such a man to the presidency.