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Biden’s Campaign – Colorized

by on May 25, 2020

It would be a daunting task to document all of Joe Biden’s racist remarks, racist connections, and racist-tinted legislation. The most recent comment this week was to a non-white host of the Breakfast Club during an interview.

“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black” Biden said to his somewhat-black, quite American, host. Biden later claimed that it was banter, and he apologized for saying that “you ain’t black”.

Now, I’ve been trying to figure out the phrase “you ain’t black,” so I called in my expert MiniPearl.

MiniPearl, said I one morning “you ain’t black”. Well I’ll tell you this, it just didn’t feel right.

I wasn’t sure if I wasn’t calling her black, or if I was affirming that she was not black. Was it a compliment or insult?

MiniPearl ain’t telling, but the non-white community was put off – although perhaps not surprised by Biden’s comments. He has no right to expect that because they’re black they’ll vote for him. His comment is part of a Democratic Party race problem. Two weeks ago Politico reported that Biden has no outreach to the latino community.

Even more recently (there’s a video):

Unless the plan is to use reverse psychology to, by insulting the black – and latino – communities Biden expects to win their vote, something weird is going on. MiniPearl might be black, but to tell her “you ain’t black” is a little different than a presidential race.

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