Hours After Biden's 'You Ain't Black' Comment, He Followed up With This Little Noticed Gem

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This is the only candidate who can beat President Trump?

After Joe Biden’s stunningly stupid “you ain’t black” remark on Charlamagne tha God’s Friday morning show, he followed up with this little-noticed gem.

He told CNBC host Joe Kernan, “I’m prepared to say that I have a record of over forty years and that I’m going to beat Joe Biden.”

The unforced errors just keep on coming. Nearly every time this man opens his mouth, he hands the press a new sound bite. Can you imagine Biden telling President Trump in a debate this fall that he’s going to beat Joe Biden?

Although it will be pretty hard for the former Vice President to outdo his “you ain’t black” comment, below are some recent contenders. (My colleague, Sister Toldjah, posted on this story here.)

Asked whether his son’s questionable business dealings would pose a risk to his campaign, he replied, “My son’s business dealings [in China] were not anything what everybody that he’s talking about, not even remotely, number one.” (My colleague Bonchie posted about this here.)

Last month, Slo Joe appeared on CNN’s Anderson Cooper’s program with Dr. Sanjay Gupta to discuss President Trump’s response to the pandemic. In the following clip, Biden delivers a cringeworthy response prompting Bonchie to entitle his post, “Sanjay Gupta’s Face Is Priceless as Joe Biden Devolves Into Incoherence on CNN.”

Alex Parker posted on podcaster Joe Rogan’s blunt assessment of Biden two months ago. Rogan said, “Stop. Pause. He can’t be president. Stop. Pause. Pause. Listen, we can’t play any games here, folks. This is a really old man who can’t talk. Like, this is not a joke. Like, that right now, ‘You know, the thing?’ Play that again. Play that again. This should get you into a mental hospital. They should be like, ‘Hey, um, Joe are you alright?’”

The incident which stood out for me occurred in March. Biden had just swept the Arizona, Florida, and Illinois primaries and, standing on a stage, he delivered a virtual victory speech. For obvious reasons, there was no audience.

Speaking in a quiet, somber tone, he ended his speech saying, “Thank you all. Thank you all for listening.” He stood there, motionless, staring ahead as if in a trance. Was he waiting for applause?

Entering from stage right came Jill Biden to break this strange silence. Somewhat startled by her sudden appearance, he smiles, says “Thanks. Thanks.”

He says, “Okay.” Wife exits stage right. He takes one more look at “his audience” and follows her.

Very strange.

Do they really think they’re fooling people?

 

H/T: Sam J., Twitchy