Joe Biden’s campaign strategist (handler?) Symone Sanders made a live appearance on MSNBC with Chuck Todd to speak about his most recent controversial comments.
The former Vice President made the comments on a live stream version of “The Breakfast Club” alongside host Charlamagne Tha God. At the tail end of the show, Biden said “if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black!”
So, of course, Chuck Todd played the clip in question and then asked Symone Sanders about it. Sanders, who is black, got defensive straight away. Her instant reply was “Chuck, we’re not going to do this!” as if to express her disapproval with him for simply asking the question.
Keeping The Media (Somewhat) Honest
It’s not like Chuck had much of a choice in the matter. After all, Joe Biden is running for President as the presumptive Democratic nominee. If the media want to appear at all unbiased, they can’t ignore the elephant in the room simply because it’s dressed as a donkey.
Symone did not truly answer Chuck Todd’s question. Instead, she rambled on about Biden’s track record with the black community and his leadership when it comes to the virus. Her statements were filled with so many holes they could easily be mistaken for swiss cheese.
Sanders was searching for excuses to explain Joe Biden’s behavior, but it’s impossible to excuse the inexcusable.
Joe Biden is not in Government anymore so he cannot vote on anything relating to the virus. And he most certainly can not and did not come up with any strategy to defeat the virus. Which is not a possible thing to do anyway.
Be Careful What You Wish For
If the American people take a look at Joe Biden’s track record, what they find won’t be flattering. Joe Biden wrote the 1994 crime bill which was signed by then-President Bill Clinton. That bill is a particular sore spot for black Americans due to the disproportionate rate of black incarceration that happened soon thereafter.
Bill Clinton has since publicly apologized for the ’94 crime bill. Joe Biden has not. As a matter of fact, he is actually defiant when asked for an apology. He points the finger at black leaders who wanted the bill at the time.
A new movie/documentary about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is available to watch right now on PBS. In said film, the confirmation of Justice Thomas is detailed in full. Thomas often describes his confirmation hearing as a “high-tech lynching.” Joe Biden was the architect of said lynching and that is displayed in the film.
Biden was also anti-integration. He referred to roaches when speaking about black kids. He has allegedly used the “n” word when speaking about black Americans in the past. And that was allegedly caught on audiotape. There is not much about Joe Biden’s past or present that screams “civil rights activist” or “friend to the black community”.
At a certain point, Joe’s erratic and irrational behavior cannot simply be explained away as “gaffes.” Biden is not a serious candidate nor is he a good person. America is starting to see why Barack Obama allegedly pleaded with Joe to not run for President. Maybe he should have listened.