Over the years, we have been exposed to a few rather racist national leaders, whether in the White House or Congress. Most notably, according to the political left, is former President Donald Trump. You’ll remember that his comments were twisted rather drastically on quite a few occasions to paint him as a man who neither liked any race or sex but his own.
However, as Joe Biden continues to dark the White House doors, we have seen evidence that Trump just might be outdone in his supposed racism. And Biden isn’t really even trying to hide it.
What proof do I have?
Well, let’s just hit a few of the biggest and most recent examples. To go much deeper would take days and more typing than my fingers could ever accomplish.
In a recent press conference, Biden discussed two different races in not so flattering terms.
The first is the Latino population, which he has referred to as “Latinx.” When speaking of why some people might be hesitant to get the much-discussed COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, Biden talked about it in terms of race.
Latinos, for example, might not want to get the vaccine because that would require them to go into a medical facility where their ID might be checked, and then they would be “deported,” according to Biden.
Now, as the Heritage Foundation reported, some 60 million Hispanic individuals are living in the United States who are also legal citizens, according to data from the 2020 census. You’d think Biden would know this or that his staff at some point would have gone over the results of the census with him.
And yet, here we are, hearing our commander in chief making comments about how all Latinos are afraid of being deported… I mean, does he honestly think that all Latinos are here illegally? I know he keeps encouraging immigration, even if it’s not legal. But really?
The other insult is that he has repeatedly begun to use the term “Latinx” to describe Latino communities and their individuals. As the Heritage Foundation explains, “Latinx” is a term created by the woke of the political left to do away with gender-specific words in the Spanish language, such as ‘Latino,’ which describes a male, and “Latina,” referring to a female.
However, to most Hispanic communities, the term is actually quite offensive, as it changes both the tradition and the natural beauty of their language. In addition, a mere three percent of Latinos even claim to use the term when describing themselves. In fact, according to studies, over three-fourths of Latinos haven’t even heard of the word before.
So in fell swoop, he’s insulted the entire Hispanic population in America twice.
And just moments later, he did the same to Blacks.
Wonder why African American individuals might not want the vaccine? Well, according to Biden, they might fear being experimented on as they shamefully have been in the past.
Biden said, “They are used to being experimented on – the Tuskegee Airmen and others.” Now, to some extent, this may be true. Blacks in America, much like Native Americans, have been treated on several occasions as nothing more than guinea pigs over the years. However, Biden might have been able to make his point a bit more if he had actually referenced the right historical event.
The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African-American fighter pilots to serve their country during World War II. They are not to be confused with the Tuskegee Experiment, a government-funded study on black men who had syphilis.
But even if Biden’s history had been accurately referenced, the idea that he is once again trying to lump all people of a particular race into one lump assumption isn’t exactly politically correct, is it?
Of course, this is not the only statement he’s made about Black Americans. Going back to 1977, he claimed that busing black students to desegregate schools would force his children to “grow up in a racial jungle.” As if it would be a bad thing for them to experience some diversity.
He also once referred to Barack Obama as the “first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean.”
Apparently, you also have to have a “slight Indian accent” if you want to go into 7-Eleven. He even once said that Americans couldn’t tell the difference “between a South Korean and someone from Beijing,” so we shouldn’t hold China accountable for COVID.
I mean, can you imagine if Trump or really any conservative had ever said anything even remotely similar to any of these examples? He’d have been slaughtered at the altar of racism long ago.
And yet, no one seems to mind when Biden says such things….