Long before Joe Biden was a terrible President and political grifter, he was just a terrible Senator from Delaware (and political grifter). He was also a bit of a racist. Actually, Biden is still a bit of a racist today, but he’s arguably better at hiding it.
Let’s take a quick gander at some of Joe Biden’s most prolific racist highlights throughout history:
- That time in 2020 that Biden white-splained that Latinos in America resist vaccinations because “they’re worried that they’ll be vaccinated and deported.”
- On Charlamagne Tha God’s popular morning radio show in May 2020, Biden infamously asserted to the largely black audience that if they were unsure of whether to vote for him or Trump, then “you ain’t black!”
- In August 2020, Biden told a gathering of black and Hispanic journalists that “unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.”
- In 2010, Biden warmly eulogized Sen. Robert Byrd, a former Exalted Cyclops in the Ku Klux Klan, saying he was “one of my mentors” and that “the Senate is a lesser place for his going.”
- In 2007, he referred to Barack Obama as “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.”
- In 2006, Biden noted that “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”
- In 1977, Biden said that forced busing to desegregate schools would cause his children to “grow up in a racial jungle.”
And now, we have an all-new incident to add to the Joe Biden racist highlight reel. That time in 1991 when Joe Biden seemingly justified the savage and unlawful beating of Rodney King by Los Angeles police officers.
Sounds like Joe Biden needs a little lesson about racism from the beloved American musical, “Avenue Q.”
And now, enjoy the uplifting story of an Arby’s manager urinating in a milkshake, courtesy of Kendall & Casey.