“Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, apologized Friday afternoon for telling a radio host that Black voters torn between voting for him and President Trump ‘ain’t Black,’ remarks that ignited a firestorm online.
“’I shouldn’t have been such a wise guy,’ Mr. Biden said in a call with the U.S. Black Chambers. ‘I shouldn’t have been so cavalier.’ “’If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump then you ain’t Black,’” Mr. Biden said.
The New York Times concluded: “The remark sparked immediate push back on social media, with liberal activists and conservatives alike jumping on Mr. Biden, 77, for acting as the arbiter of Blackness. His words also exposed wounds among Democrats that date to 2016, when many leaders felt the party took Black voters for granted.
“’I don’t take it for granted at all …. No one, no one, should have to vote for any party based on their race, their religion, their background. There are African-Americans who think that Trump was worth voting for. I don’t think so, I’m prepared to put my record against his. That was the bottom line and it was, it was really unfortunate,’” Biden responded.
No, Mr. Biden, if anyone thinks African-Americans are going to let this assault on their character go unanswered, think again! The bottom-line is the Negro-led bloc of millennial wannabe MLK leaders of an African-American demographic voting bloc will either save the Democrat (not “Democratic”) Party on November 3, 2020 -- or abandon it altogether.
In Joe Biden’s own words, these Biden supporters, Black, White, Arab and otherwise, “ain’t Black” enough to make him the next President of the United States.
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TBJ #310 – Malcolm X's Death: Other Voices: The program examines evidence on Malcolm X's assassination is examined, featuring the first and exclusive interview with Malcolm X's confessed killer.
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