When we talk about racism, people often think about things like hate crimes.
There are certainly situations which might allegedly fall into that category, like the black woman who is accused of attacking an elderly Mexican woman allegedly because she thought she was Asian.
But then, there are other folks, like Joe Biden, who likely would never do any such thing. Theirs is often the pedantic ‘bigotry of low expectations.’
You can see that kind of remark in what Biden said yesterday with the Japanese prime minister.
“You got a Japanese boy coming over here" to win the Masters pic.twitter.com/UOcbRR8KNr
— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) April 16, 2021
There’s the diminution of an adult man to a “boy” with the accompanying astonishment that he could win the Masters golf tournament, that we wrote about yesterday.
Although to be fair, with Joe Biden talking about how he’s served 120 years in the Senate, likely anyone is a “boy” to him, if the person is under 60.
The problem, of course, is that when it comes to Joe Biden, this is not the first such comment. His whole career is peppered with such comments. But people have glossed over it his entire life. Democrats want to excuse it because it’s “just Joe.”
We’ve seen others lose their jobs and get cashiered for comments that weren’t as bad as some of the comments that Joe Biden has made. But here’s Joe Biden in the highest position in the land, without any of the mainstream media ever really having questioned his racial remarks before he got in (not to mention his lies about marching for Civil Rights or being arrested with Nelson Mandela).
Let’s listen to Fox News host and syndicated radio host Mark Levin go into a long list of Biden’s racist remarks — not just random remarks — but deep associations with segregationists and questionable ideology.
How is it possible that someone who said he didn’t want his kids to “grow up in a jungle, the jungle being a racial jungle,” get into the highest office in the land now? Biden said, seemingly with approval, “we (Delawareans) were on the South’s side in the Civil War.” It’s stunning. But the Democrats needed him to win so badly, he probably could have done anything in the past, and they would have given him a pass on it.
Fast forward to the 2020 campaign where he said that if black Americans didn’t know that they should be voting for him, they “ain’t black.” He also claimed that black people weren’t as “diverse” as Latino people, that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”
But yet, while Biden has this whole dismal past history of racist comments, he has tried to argue that election security measures that have nothing to do with race are somehow “Jim Crow on steroids.” What utter nerve, that he would say that of non-racist legislation given his own history.
But indeed, it’s Democrats who have suggested things like voter ID are racist. That is, in itself, racist. Here’s another, fascinating segment from Mark Levin showing the racism that’s permeated Democrats about black people, IDs, and the internet.
Remember it was Biden who said that he thought minorities would have trouble getting on the internet to be able to sign up for virus vaccines.
— Steven Cheung (@CaliforniaPanda) February 17, 2021
So, we wonder where the young people are getting their crazy, racist thoughts about black people and IDs in that clip that Levin shows? Look at Joe Biden; that’s the liberal leader.
Then, there’s this utter craziness, where Biden says parents aren’t able to teach their children, so the children aren’t hearing words. So, they should play the record player for them.
— Michael David 🏴☠️ (@michael_david41) February 2, 2021
“The teachers … have every problem coming to them,” Mr Biden continued. “We have to make sure that every single child does, in fact, have three, four, and five-year-olds go to school – school, not daycare, school. We bring social workers into homes and parents to help them deal with how to raise their children. It’s not that they don’t want to help. They don’t know quite what to do. [emphasis added] Play the radio. Make sure the television – excuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night.”
“Make sure the kids hear words. A kid coming from a very school – a very poor background – will hear four million fewer words by the time they get there,” he concluded.
Bigotry of low expectations again. But no worries. Uncle Joe and his Democrats will tell us all what to do, for our own good.
“Japanese Boy” doesn’t even crack the top 1,000 on the list of offensive things Biden has said in public. pic.twitter.com/1NbyBKISzh
— Michael Moore (@mbracemoore) April 17, 2021