Biden’s Latest Black Church Visit Did Not Go Well

Joe Biden has been traveling across Pennsylvania doing campaign work and attempting to connect with black voters for a considerable amount of time. During a Sunday visit to a black church in Philadelphia, he combined both efforts, right in the heart of the heated debate about whether he should proceed with his candidacy in spite of his apparent cognitive difficulties.

Biden visited the Philadelphia Mount Airy Church of God in Christ.

One would assume that, having grown up in a black church, he would have had a familiar look. Not only did he look terribly uncomfortable in that situation, but he also appeared to be a billion years old. Throughout the encounter, he looked at me with that thousand-yard vacant stare.

In this situation, I find his eyes to be incredibly intimidating.

He takes out his binder of notes, notes how thorough they are, and notes that they include images of people he might meet, while he should be listening to the preacher.

He also took notes from his blazer’s pocket and looked at them.

Bishop J. Louis Felton then said a few words regarding Biden, which I don’t believe was very helpful.

Felton replied, “I don’t get why you feel the need to draw attention to the president’s stammering and his inability, at times, to speak up when someone else lies clearly and you never confront them about it.”

It’s not exactly a pleasing look to have to defend the supposed leader of the free world when all he can do is “bring forth words.” The ability to “bring forth words” is practically a must for the position. It’s coherence and competence—two really vital qualities for the job—rather than stammering. Furthermore, let’s be honest: Biden lies a lot, so why do his followers act as though this is acceptable or pretend that he isn’t?

Felton, however, didn’t stop there. He mentioned a bumper sticker that read, “I may be slow, but I’m in front of you,” on the vehicle of an elderly person. “Use his handicaps,” he then suggested.

Oh my, was that truly what he said? We could all use more prayer, and given everything Joe has done, I believe we can all agree that prayer is necessary, but that’s a rather brutally honest statement.

It was not a favorable start.

You may expect specific anecdotes from Joe when he speaks to a black crowd. Here, he brought up a few of them, including his prior debunking of the claims that he worked for racial rights and that he had attended a black church after leaving his Catholic church.

He identified himself as a “civil rights movement public defender.” What? Subsequently, he was going to the nearby African Methodist Episcopal Church to “form plans about how we’re going to improve the situation.”

At the end of the service, his gaze was once again eerie and hollow. The announcement, “Let us stand,” seems to have taken him by surprise.

He tried to exit the stage once more and, of course, experienced the expected confusion.

If his team thinks this is helping him, I believe they are severely misinformed. It will only increase former President Donald Trump’s poll numbers and intensify calls for Joe to resign.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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