Can you imagine the confusion a man as cognitively challenged as Joe Biden must experience on a daily basis? The ever-changing definitions of what’s considered appropriate in polite liberal society are enough to throw even the most ‘woke’ politician for a loop, let alone a puppet president who can barely finish a sentence.
Joe Biden has a sordid history of making racially-charged public remarks. Additionally, as Senator he sponsored and co-authored pieces of legislation that resulted in the lengthy imprisonment of black American youth, even referring to them as “super predators” in 1993 during debates over his Violent Crimes Act.
Or how about Biden’s inextricable link to famous segregationist governor George Wallace who referred to young Joe as an “outstanding young politician,” a compliment which then-Senator Biden later bragged about?
FLASHBACK: Joe Biden once bragged about being praised by George Wallace. pic.twitter.com/kXhHBRLtrI
— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) January 11, 2022
Meanwhile, Biden evoked Wallace’s name again — but this time to paint Republicans who oppose his “Voting Bills” as white nationalists.
And perhaps the icing on the cake is the ongoing lie Joe continues to tell about his involvement with the 1960s Civil Rights movement, which he claims made a huge impact on him as a young politically-minded teenager in Delaware, but in all reality he had no involvement in.
While remembering #MLK , remember that @POTUS has repeatedly lied about his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. And note that he had the gall to lie about it in a black church! pic.twitter.com/FV4PqjWhxU
— David Michael 🏴☠️ (@michael_david41) January 17, 2022
Biden’s entire professional history on the “race issue” is one marred with scandal and hypocrisy, so he really has no right to impugn Republicans for their opposition to his bogus voting bills.
Regardless, the cognitively deficient president continues to make serious missteps and expose himself as “problematic” in the eyes of far-left progressives, all of whom are racist themselves.
On the campaign trail in June 2020, candidate Joe Biden claimed that Martin Luther King Jr.’s death did not make as much of an impact as the death of George Floyd.
JUST IN: Joe Biden says George Floyd's death was more impactful then MLK's‼️
— RapTV (@raptvcom) January 18, 2022
Biden said that social media videos of Floyd’s death made more of an impact on social justice issues.
He compared Floyd’s death to coverage of the civil rights movement on television. Biden recalled:
“Because just like television changed the civil rights movement for the better when they saw Bull Connor’s dogs ripping the clothes off of elderly black women who were trying to go to church, and fire hoses ripping the skin off of young kids…”
At the time, Team Biden was desperate to make any possible gains they could on then-President Donald Trump as his reelection approached. Painting Trump as some reincarnation of Bull Connor was Biden’s main agenda, though it was obvious his claims had no grounding in reality.
No one in America truly believes Donald Trump is racist, and if they do, well, there’s no helping them…
Meanwhile, as a fake president, Joe Biden against showed just how much he cares about race relations in the country he purports to lead. He spent Martin Luther King Day in his Delaware basement as the White House released a pre-recorded video.
MLK DAY VIDEO ADDRESS:
"On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we must commit to his unfinished work – of delivering jobs and justice, and protecting the sacred right to vote.” President Joe Biden said in a video address. https://t.co/F3gE7PU4Lx pic.twitter.com/szpYupTz1L
— KTVN 2 News (@KTVN) January 17, 2022
And, typical of most Democrats, Biden celebrated the holiday by hawking his disastrous “voting rights” bills.
Author: Asa McCue