Biden Turns Racial: “I May Be A White Boy, But…” 

( On the eve of the last day of February, President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris attended a reception at the White House in honor of Black History Month. The presidents of nine black fraternities and other prominent members of the black community were in attendance. Biden utilized the opportunity to make a racist slur against white people. 

During the Black History Month event he co-hosted, Joseph Biden once again pandered to his audience by saying things like, “I may be a white boy, but I’m not stupid,” painting with a broad brush white people as substandard thinkers. 

As an afterthought, he said, “I know where the power is,” seemingly alluding to the black community as a solid Democratic voting bloc. 

Biden always thinks he is charming and humorous while insulting pretty much everyone. 

After inviting the presidents of nine black collegiate fraternities, he said, “I knew a long time ago about the Divine Nine” and implied that he had set up a “permanent office” in the White House for them. 

When asked why he keeps bringing up Delaware State University, a historically black university he never attended, President Biden rambled on for a little about Morgan State University, another historically black university in Baltimore, before he got back on topic. 

Many of Biden’s staff members are alumni of Morgan State University. 

As the Democratic Party moves further to the left and prioritizes the interests of illegal aliens and third-world migrants over those of black Americans whose families have been living in and contributing to America for centuries, Biden and other Democrats have come under fire for their blatant pandering to black voters. 

Biden’s political career has been marred by racial gaffes, including the strange declaration that “you ain’t black” if you weren’t backing his candidacy in the 2020 race. During the Democrat primary, Biden’s eventual running mate, Kamala Harris, criticized him for his opposition to forced busing in the 1970s, an endeavor to integrate public schools racially. 

Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV), who passed away in 2010, was a Democrat and a former member of the Ku Klux KKK, and Biden referred to him as his “mentor” in his 2010 eulogy.