Last Updated on February 27, 2023
Joe Biden once again racially pandered to his audience at the White House today, telling a crowd that he and Kamala Harris hosted as part of a Black History Month event that he “may be a white boy,” but is “not stupid.”
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris hosted a Black History Month reception at the White House on Monday evening, observing the occasion alongside the presidents of nine black fraternities and other selected members of the black community as the month of February draws to a close. Joe Biden used the occasion to racially deprecate white people and himself, telling that crowd that while he “may be a white boy,” he isn’t the “stupid” kind.
“By the way, I may be a white boy, but I’m not stupid,” Joe Biden told the crowd. “I know where the power is,” he added, apparently referring to the black community, a reliable voting bloc for Democrats.
“You think I’m jokin’,” Biden said. “I learned a long time ago about the Divine Nine,” he added, referring to the group of nine black college fraternities whose presidents he’d invited to the event, and who he’s apparently reserved a “permanent office” for, inside of the White House.
After once again linking himself to Delaware State University, a historically black school that he never attended, Biden briefly got off track, mumbling about Morgan State University, another historically black school based in Baltimore, before collecting himself and popping back onto the subject at hand.
“I got so many damn guys working with me from Morgan State,” Biden said.
BIDEN AT BLACK HISTORY EVENT: “I may be a white boy, but I’m not stupid…” pic.twitter.com/SC96lL7SLE
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Biden, as well as other Democrats, have caught flack for their shameless pandering to black voters in recent years, as members of the black community peel away from the Democrat Party at a record pace, as the Democrat agenda moves even further to the left, and places the interests of illegal aliens and third-world migrants above black Americans whose families have been living in and contributing to America for centuries.
During the 2020 election, Biden made the bizarre claim that “you ain’t black,” if you weren’t supporting his campaign, and other racial faux pas have plagued his political career. Biden was slammed throughout the Democrat primary by his future running mate Kamala Harris, for his 1970s opposition to forced bussing, which came in an effort to racially integrate public schools.
In 2010, Biden eulogized the late Democrat Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, a former member of the Ku Klux Klan who Biden described as his “mentor.”
In 2007, he dubbed Barack Obama, his future boss, “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.”