Joe Biden Makes the Most ‘Racist’ Statement of His Presidency at CNN’s Town Hall

The US president made the most racially arrogant and disrespectful statement of his presidency at CNN’s town hall on Tuesday.

Joe Biden was asked about racial disparities in COVID-19 vaccine treatment and he directly suggested that many minorities “don’t know how to use, don’t know how to get online.”

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This is Biden’s statement per CNN’s own transcript:

“Not everybody in the community, in the Hispanic and the African-American community, particularly in rural areas that are distant and/or inner city districts know how to use — know how to get online to determine how to get in line for that COVID vaccination at the Walgreen’s or at the particular store.”

The comment is triggering reactions on social media as a result of its liberal ‘soft bigotry of low expectations‘ tone. Here is the original question that resulted with Biden’s response:

QUESTION: “God bless you. Mr. President, hello. My name is Dr. Dessie Levy… And my question to you is considering COVID 19 and its significant impact on black Americans, especially here in Milwaukee and thus, the exacerbation of our racial disparities in health care, we have seen less than three percent of blacks and less than five percent of Hispanics given the total number of vaccines that have been administered to this point.

Is this a priority for the Biden administration? And how will the disparities be addressed? And that’s both locally and nationally.”

It has been clear as a day that there is a racial imbalance regarding vaccine distribution and treatment for the Biden administration. Biden’s administration announced the “Biden-Harris Administration COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force” on February 10th.

It was reported in The New York Times that “Mr. Biden has repeatedly said racial equity will be at the core of his administration’s coronavirus response… White House officials announced a program to ship doses of vaccine directly to a network of federally funded clinics in underserved areas,” which would start this week.

“Equity is our North Star here,” Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, a Yale professor appointed to lead the Covid-19 equity task force stated. “This effort that focuses on allocation for community health centers really is about connecting with those hard-to-reach populations across the country.”

Biden responded immediately within the framework of race, and made a surprising and unexpected insinuation to racist experiments in the history of America like the infamous 1932 Tuskeegee experiment, as if it were relevant to current medical practices.

“Well, first of all, it is a priority, number one,” Biden responded. “Number two, there’s two reasons for it being the way it is. Number one, there is some history of blacks being used as guinea pigs in other experiments as I need not tell you, Doctor, over the last 50 to 75 to 100 years in America. So there is a concern about getting the vaccine whether it’s available or not,” he continued.

It seems that Cooper tried to rescue Biden from his condescending hypothesis that elderly minorities are less clever to inform themselves online than elderly people of Caucasian descent.

“Are you concerned about the rollout of this online? Because it has been incredibly confusing for a lot of people, not just you know, older people. It’s younger people just trying to find a place to get a vaccine,” he said.

It is significant to mention that this is a practice that was never possible to happen under the Trump administration, where even statements criticizing white supremacists are misremembered as Donald Trump’s “fine people” moment because they were manipulated with and mislead to stigmatize Trump.

Biden’s self-effacing comment about his own elderly stage in life, in all honesty, did not help to reassure American people.

“So it’s all about trying to more rationalize in detail so ordinary people like me can understand, I mean that sincerely,” he tried to explain. “I mean, my grandchildren can use that online, you know, make me look like I’m, you know, the seventh century, but all kidding aside. This is a process. And it’s going to take time.”

Joe Biden is well known for racially divisive remarks, and also taking racist positions on issues like supporting segregation, which was specified many times in the mainstream media, especially during the Democratic primaries.

In an interview, he stated:

“Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly diverse attitudes about different things.

In another interview, he said:

“We should challenge students in these schools. We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor, you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”

“You’ve got more questions?” he replied to his black interviewer. “Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

The Biden administration’s paternalistic and condescending race-based point of view on policies is unavoidably going to lead to more “notable” misstatements from Mr. Biden.

It may persuade the administration to throw his vice president Kamala Harris into the focus of attention trying to find a solution to save Biden from himself.

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Source: Becker News 

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