The Anti-Black Racists Things Biden Has Done Up To This Point

  1. When Joe Biden was a senator in 1970, he was interviewed by a Delaware-based weekly newspaper on his stance on integration. His response was. “I don’t feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather, I feel responsible for what the situation is today, for the sins of my own generation, and I’ll be damned if I feel responsible to pay for what happened 300 years ago.”
  2. At U.S. Sen. John C. Stennis’ birthday party in back in August of 1985, Joe Biden gave a speech to honor Stennis where he likened his strong leadership qualities to that of Stonewall Jackson, a Confederate general of the American Civil War.
  3. In 1975, Joe Biden championed a bill that would limit the power of courts to order school desegregation in the states.
  4. On July 1, 2003, Joe Biden eulogized Sen. James Strom Thurmond, a well-known, hardcore, stomp-down, segregationalist.
  5. The American ghettos, where black people have been deliberately concentrated to around the entire country, are a product of redlining, which is a white supremacist policy that covertly segregated black people away from white neighborhoods. These areas were and are deprived of resources by local, state, and federal government agencies (shout out Flint, Michigan), and, therefore, crime is high in these areas because in any place where resources are limited there will be a high crime rate. This social dynamic is not just exclusive to black neighborhoods, despite how Fox News harps on and on about what’s going on in Chicago. Joe Biden, while in the Senate wrote and championed the ’94 Crime Bill, which he, himself, proudly dubbed “Biden’s Law.” This law incentivized states, at the tune of more than 12 billion dollars, to match their laws with federal guidelines on how to carry out law enforcement. Being that black people disproportionately live in areas where their impoverishment is deliberately manufactured, Joe Biden sponsored a bill that overwhelmingly polices and criminalizes black communities across America. This bill was instrumental in the rocket propulsion of mass incarceration among millions of black people, which, in turn, destroyed countless generations of black households. Biden has not apologized for being a part of this nor has he proposed any corrective action.
  6. During his election run for the presidency in 2020, Joe Biden promised to establish a Task Force on Prosecutorial Discretion in order to deal with the issue of rampant, racist violence against black people and the hands of police officers. Up until this point, Biden has been in office almost a year, and there’s been no mention of this since.
  7. In an interview with Lenard McKelvey during Biden’s campaign run, Biden said that if black people didn’t vote for him then they weren’t really black.
  8. In June of 2020 during his run for the presidency, Biden put forth a plan to use part of a $300 billion spending bill to add more police officers in what he called an investment in community policing efforts. He proposed this without taking into consideration, purposefully, all factions of law enforcement have been infiltrated by white supremacists to some capacity.
  9. During his election run for candidacy, Joe Biden had a Zoom meeting with some supposed “civil rights icons,” and, when they asked what the benefits black people were supposed to get for voting for Joe Biden, his response was “You guys are going to start having to work more with the Hispanics.” He’s never said that the Hispanic community nor any other community needed to work with us. He has, however, proposed specific tangibles and resources for other non-black communities, for the sake of using those communities to undercut black people socially. He’s even gone as far as proposing reparations for people who aren’t even citizens but has never proposed reparations for the descendants of American slaves to answer for centuries of bondage, torture, rape, and murder under slavery and another century government-black racist laws and policies.
  10. When the Afghan crisis occurred back in August 2021 where the Taliban overtook the Afghanistan government, Biden not only provided a pathway for the refugees to come to America and work their way to citizenship but also asked Congress for 6.4 billion dollars to aid 95,000 people fleeing to America. Yet, when the US border crisis occurred in Del Rio, TX, those black Haitians who were pleading with the US to allow them access in order to escape the hostile conditions of their country were mass deported. There was no money for them nor a path to citizenship.

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