Yes, Biden Really Did Use The N-Word In His Latest Speech; Watch It Here

Biden used the N-word in his public speech! The worst part of the entire situation was that he read it from the teleprompter.

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Was it really this word at the teleprompter, or did Biden try to go off-script like Trump but made a mistake as always?

President Biden referred to baseball legend Satchel Paige as THE GREAT NEGRO AT THE TIME.

It isn’t as bad as the other N-word we know, but still, it is inappropriate to be said in a public speech by the President of the US.

Take a look at what he said below:

However, in 1985 when Biden was in the Senate, he read the N-word precisely on the Senate floor.

He is a person who promoted and created the crime bill, which is classified as a racist bill.

It created a controversy, and it seems that it has been limited to Twitter.

Newsweek covered this story:

Comments made by President Joe Biden about Satchel Paige during a Veterans Day speech Thursday caused an immediate debate on social media about whether he referred to the baseball legend as “the great negro” or had simply misspoken.

Paige, a Black pitcher in baseball’s Negro Leagues before breaking into Major League Baseball late into his career, is considered by many to be one of the greatest to ever play his position.

During his speech at Arlington National Cemetery, Biden said he had “adopted the attitude of the great Negro—at the time—pitcher in the Negro leagues, went on to become a great pitcher in the pros in Major League Baseball after Jackie Robinson, his name was Satchel Paige. And Satchel Paige on his 47th birthday pitched a win against Chicago.”

Biden’s remarks were made after acknowledging the birthday of 95-year-old Donald Blinken, an ex-U.S. ambassador and father of Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Biden recounted that reporters had asked Paige how he felt about being 47. The president recalled, “He said, ‘Boys that’s not how I look at it. I look at it this way, how old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?’”

“I’m 50 years old, and the ambassador’s 47,” Biden joked.

Joe Biden has a history of making questionable remarks, and they are very often controversial and racially-tingled compared to Trump.

Most American media ignore this story, but it is clear that the international press is picking up. It is an embarrassment for the current administration.

The UK’s Daily Mail reported:

President Joe Biden paid tribute to his son Beau, the ‘great negro’ baseball player Satchel Paige, the troops killed in Afghanistan and Colin Powell during his Veterans Day address at Arlington National Cemetery.

‘Each of our veterans is a link in a chain of patriots that has stood in defense of our country,’ Biden said, remarking how his own son, Beau, had called him to tell him he would be serving in Iraq. ‘I said, “What in the heck have you done,”‘ the president recalled.

Biden paid tribute to a number of veterans alive and dead during his speech at the Memorial Amphitheater, which took place after he and First Lady Jill Biden attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which turned 100 years old on Thursday.


Biden made a joke about them getting up in age by telling an anecdote about baseball player Satchel Paige.

‘I know that you’re a little younger than I am, but I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro – at the time – pitcher in the negro leagues, went on to become a great pitcher in the pros and Major League Baseball after Jackie Robinson, his name was Satchel Paige. And Satchel Paige on his 47th birthday pitched a win against Chicago,’ Biden said.

The Republicans stated that this would be skewered. We should have trusted them.

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