Biden Makes Weird, Disturbing, and Racist Remarks

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As we reported earlier, Joe Biden tried to deflect from his son's indictment and his impeachment inquiry by pushing "Bidenomics" and attacking "MAGAnonmics," which doesn't exist but which he weirdly changed into "Meganomics." 


I don't know who advised Biden to call his bad economic policies "Bidenomics" because it only puts a label on his bad economic policies that the American people have already shown they disapprove of. But then he makes it worse in an attempt to contrast to former President Donald Trump who produced a great economy and didn't have rampant inflation. The comparison isn't at all helpful to Biden. 

Biden ignored questions about his son getting indicted on gun charges. 

He made a weird comment about Maryland Gov. Wes Moore's biceps. Biden is obsessed with commenting on and — in some cases even feeling — men's biceps.

He also got very confused when he had to leave the event. They played the music loudly to signal him to get off the stage. But he wasn't sure where to go. 


But in addition to the confusion, the weird comments, the making up of all kinds of false stories, and saying a lot of things that aren't true, Biden has another problem that he's had for decades: making racist remarks. He went there again on Thursday when he spoke about Bidenomics and claimed he had done a lot for minorities, making a disturbing, racist comment. 

He seems to think he has to help these groups because somehow they're deficient in some way. That's wrong, Joe, and that's racism, Joe, even if you don't get it.  He also threw in veterans, too, there as "without high school diplomas."  So he thinks somehow they're lacking as well. 

We've seen this from Joe before when he speaks about minorities. Remember the “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids” remark?  There was his infamous remark about Barack Obama. “First mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.” Two years ago, he suggested that “Hispanic and African American” people would have trouble understanding how to get online to register for the COVID vaccine.  


Three years ago he was asked a question about race and slavery, and he responded by saying that they needed to help [black?] people to raise their children right. And that they needed to play the record player so kids could learn words. Yikes. 

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.”

Going back before that, he talked about not wanting his kids to grow up in a "racial jungle" and the infamous "they're going to put y'all back in chains" comment.

The media doesn't hold him to account for this racism. If this were a Republican, we'd never hear the end of it from the media. They don't even report on a lot of Biden's racism so many people don't know this about Joe Biden. 

This is who Joe Biden is. 


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