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Friday, 22 May 2020
Joe Biden’s Latest Gaffe
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by Gary Fouse


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With his obviously failing mental capacities, Joe Biden, a man long known for verbal gaffes, is now committing them on a daily basis. It's not entirely fair to blame him because his mental decline is so obvious, yet his latest gaffe was nothing to laugh about. On Friday, Biden was being interviewed by a black radio host (Charlamagne the God) when he made the comment that blacks considering voting for Trump "ain't black".

Where to begin? First of all, I don't consider Biden a racist, but he seems to have that paternalistic attitude that all blacks should support Democrats and liberal policies. This is the man who, a few years ago, told a black audience that the Republicans were "going to put y'all back in chains." This is the man who presided over the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings that was turned into a three-ring circus. Anita Hill was the Democrats' pawn, but the real objection for them was that Thomas was a conservative black Republican.

The main issue that should be addressed here is the barriers faced by African-American conservatives. I have said for years that they are, in my view, the most intellectually stimulating people in American society. It takes a courageous person to go against the grain and support alternative views and solutions for what ails black America. Justice Thomas is just one who has felt the wrath and been called an Uncle Tom. There are others like Thomas Sowell, Shelby Steele, Candace Owens, Larry Elder, Senator Tim Scott, and others. The tactics used by the left to demonize these independent thinkers are despicable, and Joe Biden's comments are equally despicable.

The question should also be asked: Who in the Hell does Biden think he is to define who is black and who is not according to how they think? What he is saying is that all black people should think like him. America is a country of diverse opinions. Are blacks not supposed to have diverse opinions? Would he make that same statement about white people-that any white that would vote for Trump isn't white?

The truth of the matter is that Biden, even in his prime, has always been a jerk who thinks he's the smartest guy in the room. He could have easily made that same statement in 1980. He is anything but the smartest guy in the room, not now, not ever.

Biden should issue a public apology to black conservatives and any others who are even considering voting for Trump. This might even be the appropriate time to announce that he is withdrawing from the presidential race.

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Posted on 05/22/2020 3:40 PM by Gary Fouse
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23 May 2020
Send an emailG. Murphy Donovan
Good get, Gary. From your lips to God's ears. Who do you think might be front runner as an alternative if Biden crashes and burns?

27 May 2020
Send an emailgary fouse
G. Last week, I would have said Andrew Cuomo because he has been so out front with his handling of NY. Now-with the scandal about all the deaths in the nursing homes, I don't think so. Now I just don't see anybody out there who is moderate enough to give Trump a run. Especially if we have gotten past this Corona virus and the economy comes back, I think Trump will come out smelling like a rose.

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