Joe Biden Neglects D-Day; Tweets About Tulsa Race Massacre

He is not into history…

Joe Biden took to Twitter Sunday to share a video of his meeting with survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre. However, our “lovely” President didn’t say a word about the anniversary of D-Day. June 6 is the day of the US-led invasion of Normandy in the Second World War.

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Dementia Joe confused D-Day with Pearl Harbor Day last year on the campaign trail.

He tweeted, “I met with survivors of the Tulsa Massacre this week to help fill the silence. Because in silence, wounds deepen. And, as painful as it is, only in remembrance do wounds heal.”

Biden also shared a video from the White House in which the President emphasizes the need to share the truth about our past sins.

“You can’t pretend it didn’t happen… It can happen again,” Biden wrote.

None of the President’s Twitter accounts had commemorated D-Day. The official account of the White House didn’t share a thing either.

Interestingly, Kamala Harris wrote a tweet commemorating the big day.

The President didn’t retweet the message. He “forgot.” Biden and Harris retweet each other once in a while.

Biden remembered D-Day during the presidential campaign in 2020 but ignored it in 2021.

The President mentioned Normandy twice during a speech at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day. It’s the site of the D-Day operation. However, he didn’t say a word about D-Day on the anniversary.

Donald Trump mentioned it every year of his presidency.

Barack Obama honored the day, and he also mentioned it in his first year in office back in 2009.

Biden seems to have emphasized the flaws in US history over the success. He didn’t waste any time and deleted the report of the 1776 Commission hours after entering the White House. The report sought to restore the place of US “values and heroes in public discourse and school curricula.” Of course, the report is available on the website of Hillsdale College.

The President emphasized the importance of “systemic racism” to understanding America and our history.

During his presidential campaign, Biden said Trump had avoided a World War I military cemetery in Europe because he didn’t even think of fallen soldiers. It was a false claim and Biden even said that Trump called these heroes “suckers” and “losers.”

Here’s a brief history lesson. On D-Day, American GIs led the liberation of European countries from Nazism and fascism. At least 156,000 troops landed on the coast of Normandy. Soldiers stormed the beaches. They came in 5,000 ships and got support from 11,000 aircraft. US heroes faced a deadly wave of gunfire, artillery, and bombing from German forces along the French coast.

According to historians, more than 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives in the battle. They were brave heroes who secured the beachhead.

White vigilantes killed 300 black Americans in the Tulsa Race Massacre on May 31-June 1, 1921. Vigilantes destroy the Greenwood District, also known as the “Black Wall Street.”

Biden didn’t say a word, but his wife did tweet about D-Day.

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Source: Breitbart

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