Vice President Joe Biden did it again. On Thursday, while speaking to a group of Asian and Hispanic voters in Iowa, the “gaffe machine” dropped another bomb.
“We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids… They can do anything that anybody else can do, given a shot.” Biden was quick to correct himself but the damage was done.
Somehow he remains the Democratic front runner. He even makes fun of himself. “I am a gaffe machine, but my God what a wonderful thing.” Biden is famous for his economic theory that we need to spend our way out of bankruptcy. He also told wheelchair bound Chuck Graham to “stand up,” so everyone could see him.
While in Iowa, Biden also referred to the Chancellor of Germany as Margaret Thatcher and got some more giggles when he declared that “We choose truth over facts.”
President Donald Trump immediately took to twitter, calling Biden, “not somebody you can have as your president.”
Biden’s campaign is already fighting to do damage control, asserting that Biden “misspoke and immediately corrected himself.” They also mention how he has been in politics since the days when Democrats tended to be members of the Ku Klux Klan. “Joe Biden has spent his life fighting for civil rights and the dignity of all people.”
Team Biden goes on to badmouth patriotism and jump on the media bandwagon of equating “white nationalism” with “white supremacy.” According to deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield, “it’s no coincidence this comes days after Joe Biden laid out how this president emboldens white nationalism and embraces racism.”
Nationalism is simply love of your country. Anyone attacking white nationalism is being racist because nationalism comes in every color of the human rainbow. Globalists don’t like nationalism because that involves borders and protection for a national identity.
To counteract the danger, the media has been using the phrase when what they really mean is white supremacy. Neo-Nazis and their supporters are ignorant savages with no place in Donald Trump’s America. He made that perfectly clear recently. “Hate has no place in our country, and we’re going to take care of it.”
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One thing in Biden’s credit, he did stand up for President Trump, in a snotty kind of way. He refused to call Trump a white supremacist. “Why are you so hooked on that? You just want me to say the words so I sound like everybody else.”
While he wouldn’t say the president was a racist, he did say that Trump supporters are. “I believe everything the President has said and done encourages white supremacy.”