Joe Biden channels Hillary, derisively using jargon white Dems regard as black speech
Holed up in his basement, clueless Joe Biden has become more than an acutely unwell man being put on display to keep the Democrat ticket alive. He’s an embarrassment.
Even with a script on his desk or teleprompter in front of him, he’s unable to articulate the thoughts that his handlers try to funnel into his head. The politically motivated abuse of a seriously ailing man is distressing to watch, but the stakes are high since Socialist Bernie Sanders abandoned his campaign and Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren, lacking even tribal traction, jumped off the stage.
The Dems were left with Biden, who even as Obama’s VP was known as the gaffe king, (video) with a knack for being an equal opportunity insulter.
Seeking female voters, Joe has promised to name a woman as his running mate. Pressure is also mounting for him to name a black woman, attempting to ensure that Dems might lay claim to the first dual minority president, since it’s clear sickly and scandal-plagued Joe Biden could never serve out a full 4-year term. He’s having problems getting through the campaign, let alone being the leader of the free world.
Appearing Friday on a syndicated radio show known as “The Breakfast Club,“ Biden stepped in it again. After a caretaker/aide interrupted the flagging interview to say Biden was running short on time, the host who calls himself ‘Charlamagne tha God’ genially asked that Biden pay the studio a visit the next time he’s in New York.
“Listen, you’ve got to come see us when you come to New York, VP Biden,” Charlamagne said at the end of the interview. “Because it’s a long way until November. We got more questions.” Biden responded:
“You got more questions? Well, I’m telling you: If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
Saturday’s edition of the leftist fake news disseminator Arizona Republic buried this slur on an interior USAToday insert page. Its AP story carried a quasi apology headline with Biden unconvincingly stating his remark had been “too cavalier.”
During a 2007 campaign stop in Selma, Alabama, Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop where she adopted an absurd southern drawl (video) for her appearance at the historic black First Baptist Church. Clinton said:
“I don’t feel no ways tired. I come too far from where I started from. Nobody told me that the road would be easy. I don’t believe he brought me this far to leave me.”
Clinton later defended the affected accent, saying she’d lived in Arkansas.