Joe Biden And Al Sharpton Want Keep Black Americans On The Plantation

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Appearing on Al Sharpton’s MSNBC show PoliticsNation, former Vice President Joe Biden threw out the stops to declare the racism of Republicans.

Specifically, he said that “they” (that’s you) “don’t want black folks voting.”

On the show, Biden said:

“It’s what these guys are all about, man. These Republicans don’t want working class people voting. They don’t want black folks voting…there’s a movement. You have George Will making the argument that felons should have their right restored to vote…”

Further, Biden continued to refer to Sharpton as “man.”

The fact that Joe Biden seems to refer to all felons as black was not commented on by Sharpton.

This recalls the time that Donald Trump on the campaign trail said that the Republicans must bring back black supporters, and attacked Hillary’s friend and financial backer Governor Terry McAuliffe was making a mistake by attempting to give voting rights to felons.

“[The Republican party] must do better [in attracting black voters]… want our party to be the home of the African-American voter once again.”

It wasn’t long before CNN and other left wing outlets decided that all felons are blacks, and that you can’t have the black vote unless you give the vote to felons. This was the headline chosen by the left wing racists at CNN:

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That’s the kind of old-timey racism that’s right up Biden’s alley.

 PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton

Since 2011, Al Sharpton has been a contributor with MSNBC with the evening weekday one-hour show PoliticsNation. In 2015, his show was moved to a Sunday morning slot. When he was reduced from five days a week to one day, Phil Griffin, network president said:

“I want to congratulate Al and his team. For four years they have done a terrific job bringing his voice and a big spotlight to issues of justice, civil rights and equality.”

Joe Biden For President!

Joe Biden, the former Vice President under Barack Obama will definitely, maybe, run in 2020 after flirting with the possibility of representing the Democrats in 2016. In total, 14 Vice Presidents later became President after the death of the man in charge or through election. The most recent case was George HW Bush, who was Reagan’s VP for eight years before going on to win one term in the Oval Office. But, as we’ve seen with Hillary, there were numerous behind-the-scenes tactics that prevented anyone who wasn’t a Clinton from earning the nomination that really should have gone to Bernie Sanders.

Joe Biden’s Uncomfortable Racial Remarks

Back in 2007, during the campaign that would land Obama the White House, Joe Biden called Barack the “first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice looking guy.”

You know the story — if any Republican had said this, yadda yadda yadda — but this was Biden, and he’s a Democrat, so telling the press that Barack Obama is the first time a civilized black man entered the mainstream was buried. Later, he apologized for the remark, which was published in the New York Observer, saying that he “deeply regrets” it.

When Obama was asked about the remark, he said that Biden was “very gracious.” This remark took place in February 2007, months before Obama would earn the Democratic nomination, and months before Biden would give up on earning the nomination for himself and became Barack’s running mate.

Joe Biden’s Anti-Democrat Slip-Ups

Last month Joe Biden joined the 33-year-old Conor Lamb on stage as he sought votes to join the House of Representatives in a special election. During Biden’s short speech, he admitted that Democrat’s don’t understand the “middle-class,” a group to which Biden counts himself.

“They don’t get it. Some people in my party don’t even get [the middle-class] anymore. They don’t get it.”

Weeks later, Lamb would be voted in as part of the recent wave of veterans who are being floated by Democrats and Republicans alike in a new appeal to the voters who are exhausted by career politicians.

Joe Biden: Fight Me

The slow breakdown of Joe Biden continues, and a few weeks ago he used his time on stage at a Violence Against Women rally to say that he is a “pretty d*mn good athlete” and proceeded to boast that he would’ve beaten up a guy like Trump back in high school.

…[Biden] said that any guy who talked “that way” about women (referring to Trump’s checkered past on the Women Issue) was usually the “fattest, ugliest SOB in the room.”

Joe Biden is 75, and he’s still reliving the glory days when it was possible to take people out back and “beat the hell” out of people he didn’t like. Ah, what a guy.

Sources: CNN, New York Observer, Variety

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