Biden Admin Wants the U.N. to Investigate America’s “Systemic Racism”

Daily Show host Ben Shapiro rips Secretary of State Anthony Blinken for tweeting out an invitation to the U.N. to audit the United States on the issue of racism.

He said, “Anthony Blinken literally wants to have members of the U.N. judge American racism. That’s pathetic, and it’s anti-American.”

Shapiro added, “It’s not about spreading American values abroad. It’s not about liberating people. It’s about forwarding Democratic domestic political interests. It’s all wag the dog crap.

“Alrighty, so meanwhile the Biden administration while declaring that you know American racism is at an all-time high, and that Jim Crow is on the way while they run the entire government by the way, they are now pursuing an anti-American policy. It’s anti-American foreign policy. I don’t know how else to describe this tweet from Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.”

Shapiro said he’s gone easy on Blinken in the past, but this latest stunt is too much. Blinken tweeted, “Responsible nations must not shrink from scrutiny of their human rights record. Rather they should be transparent with the intent to grow and do better.”

Shapiro called it “patently mad.” How does the U.S. give the U.N. the right to tell us what to do? It doesn’t. Watch the video to find out the full story.


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