Watch: Biden Stokes The Fires Of Racial Anger

This past weekend, President Joe Biden gave a depressing commencement speech in which he painted America as a racist nation that does not value black people.

During his graduating speech at Morehouse College in Atlanta on Sunday, Biden seemed to paint the worst possible picture of racial relations in America.

“You enrolled in college concurrently with the murder of George Floyd,” said Biden. “And there was racial reckoning. It is normal to question whether the democracy you hear about genuinely benefits you.”

“Given the killings of black men in the streets, what good is democracy? He pondered out loud. “What is democracy if it leaves behind black communities and a trail of broken promises?” If you have to be 10 times better than everyone else in order to have a fair chance, what good is democracy? Above all, what does it really mean, as you have heard, to be a black guy who loves his nation even when it does not reciprocate his feelings in kind?” They cheered him on.

The president’s backing for Israel caused students to turn against him, as Breitbart News reported on Sunday:

According to a pro-Trump superPAC X post, at least three Morehouse alumni were visible in pictures with their backs to the camera. One of them wore a keffiyeh scarf to show support for Palestinians. Biden’s press entourage admitted to observing a student who was standing at the rear of the event, facing his back, and raising his right fist. According to the pool, “a few” graduates and faculty members were donning keffiyeh scarves.”

Biden emphasized more on the “humanitarian problem in Gaza,” called for an “immediate ceasefire,” and said to students their “voices will be heard,” in reference to the pro-Palestinian protests erupting on college campuses, even though he called Hamas’s attack on Israel on October “vicious” and mentioned “hostages” from the attack.”

Author: Scott Dowdy


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