When President Joe Biden isn’t bungling a troop withdrawal, or fighting for failed policies, he’s stumbling his way through incoherent speeches.
All of President Biden’s speaking gaffes have led many to speculate on Biden’s mental fitness to serve as Commander-in-Chief of the United States.
But his latest blunder has one of his key voting constituencies in an uproar.
The President was speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast.
He was supposed to be honoring “Black History Month.”
But Biden did what he does best – he went off script, forgot where he was and what he was doing and began rambling.
This time he started recounting stories from his youth.
And using language that hasn’t been accepted since the 79-year-old was a child.
“I remember going to a little Catholic grade school in Claymont, Delaware, which is a steel town that was dying, and the bus would — my mother would drive me to the school parking lot. It’s called Holy Rosary School from a little—it was called Brookview Apartments, used to be Section 8 housing later, and I got out of the bus– I got out of the car, and that’s where I-95 runs parallel to these days,” Biden recalled “And I said mom, ‘Why are all those kids’ – who was then called colored – ‘Why are all those colored kids in that bus?’ Because in Scranton, there weren’t any. There were very few blacks. [My mother] said they’re not allowed to go to school with us here in Delaware. So, you know, and Milton wasn’t what you might call the epicenter of desegregation, and so you’ve been through a lot, but you’ve done a lot as well, and I thank you.”
This meandering, pointless story is far from the first racist comment or act from Biden.
Recently, the President made headlines by insisting the next Supreme Court Justice be a Black woman – despite voting against many appointments of Black conservative Justices, including Clarence Thomas.
Earlier this month, Biden traveled to Georgia where he backed legislation blowing up election integrity because the President doesn’t believe Black people are able to obtain voter ID and get to the polls on election day.
Last summer, the President said Latinos don’t get vaccinated because they fear being deported.
That statement shows Biden assumes all Latinos in America are in the United States illegally.
He also continues to call Hispanics, “LatinX,” a term less than 3% of Hispanics use and many find an offensive bastardization of the Spanish language.
In a radio interview during the 2020 Presidential election campaign, Biden said if Black people don’t know if they should vote for him or Trump then, “you ain’t Black.”
Back in 2010, the President warmly eulogized his friend Sen. Robert Byrd, a former Exalted Cyclops in the Ku Klux Klan.
In the eulogy, Biden referred to Byrd as one of his mentors.
When Barack Obama was first running for President, Obama’s future VP said Obama is “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean.”
In that same Democrat primary campaign, while on the campaign trail, he said, “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”
The fact is, comments and actions like these date back decades.
In 1977, while fighting alongside segregationist senators against busing to desegregate schools, he said the policy would cause his children to “grow up in a racial jungle.”
One thing is for sure, Biden’s mental capacity can’t be blamed for his comments and actions from more than four decades ago.
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