Joe Biden has a history of praising Ku Klux Klan leaders, white supremacist’s and segregationist.
Joe Biden that he isn’t racist. To the contrary, he’s has repeatedly made statements which directly denegrate African Americans, Indian Immigrants, Asians and more.
Biden’s actual record, however, tells a very chilling racist story.
On the campaign trail, Biden repeatedly made explicitly racist and otherwise bigoted remarks, from calling African Americans “Non Black”, to wondering out loud if all Immigrants from India work in 7’11 corner stores.
The trend has continued into his presidency. From stereotyping a Black reporter, asking CNN reporter Don Lemon if he was on “Cocaine”.
Most recently, Biden has placed a racist travel ban on majority African and Muslim countries over the latest Covid19 variant, while allowing millions of illegal immigrants to flood the U.S. southern borden, which is turn has created an additional barrier to controlling the spread of Covid and it variants, human smuggling, drug and sexual assaults along the U.S. border inside states that border the Country of Mexico.
This is nothing new for Biden In fact, Way back in 1977, he said that forced busing to desegregate schools would cause his children to “grow up in a racial jungle.” Since then, he has repeatedly appeared in newspaper pages across the world as he inspired more similar controversies.
Biden has a long history of racist controversies:
Here’s a breakdown of Biden’s history, taken largely from Tim Murtaugh’s op-ed list for The Heritage Foundation.
On Charlamagne Tha God’s popular morning radio show in May 2020, Biden infamously asserted to the largely black audience that if they were unsure of whether to vote for him or Trump, then “you ain’t black!”
Then in August 2020, Biden told a gathering of black and Hispanic journalists that “unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.”
Taken together, these statements clearly suggest that Biden believes all black people think alike.
In the same interview, responding to a question on whether he had taken a cognitive test, Biden angrily fired back with the suggestion that the black reporter was a drug addict.
“That’s like saying you . . . before you got in this program, you’re take [sic] a test whether you’re taking cocaine or not,” Biden said. “What do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?”
Put these words into Mitch McConnell’s mouth and try to envision how long he’d be allowed to remain in the Senate, let alone in a leadership position.
But Biden has been getting away with this for years.
In 2010, he warmly eulogized Sen. Robert Byrd, a former Exalted Cyclops in the Ku Klux Klan, saying he was “one of my mentors” and that “the Senate is a lesser place for his going.”
In 2007, he referred to Barack Obama as “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.”
In 2006, he said, “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”
Way back in 1977, he said that forced busing to desegregate schools would cause his children to “grow up in a racial jungle.”
Of course, he infamously worked with segregationist senators to oppose that mandatory busing, which decades later led to the strongest moment in Kamala Harris’s campaign for president, when she blasted him as having personally impacted her as a young girl.
And over the course of his entire career, he had kind words to say about staunchly segregationist senators.
As a candidate and president, Biden has made many more racist comments
On top of all that history, Biden has repeatedly made racist — often explicitly so — remarks on the campaign trail and as president.
So while Biden may deny his racism and bigotry, at some level his supporters seem to get it. As much as his history of racism shows that he’s racist, perhaps who supported him and why is just as revealing — and it doesn’t paint a favorable picture for Biden.