Military Vet Weighs In: Black Community Has Major 'Buyers Remorse' Over Biden
Kelvin King is a US Senate candidate in Georgia who says he looks forward to going toe-to-toe against Senator Warnock if elected. King, a military veteran, slammed Biden and his socialist programs, explaining that Democrats, especially the Black community, are experiencing some major 'buyer's remorse'—Now that they see what Biden has to offer.
"I think what's happening right now is that the American people who voted for Joe Biden, they're waking up. They're finally waking up and they're experiencing a bit of buyer's remorse especially in the Black community," King said.
King, a Republican, slammed the Democratic Party, "they've taken the Black vote for granted for years."
He continued, "we all know this and the Biden administration, what they're doing right now is a bit embarrassing. I mean, we have vaccine mandates that are costing jobs in the Black community. We have the debacle in Afghanistan and our military members who are Black are embarrassed about that, and we have a border crisis that's poorly managed. Don't forget about inflation. Inflation is hitting everybody and their pocketbooks."
King won't on to lash out at Democrats who keep Black communities in shambles using horrific social programs under the lie that they're there to help. He added that Black communities just want to succeed on their own, like everyone else.
"We want to be able to pursue our American dream and we don't want handouts or special privileges," King said. "This is why I'm running. This is why I'm running to protect and preserve the American dream, which is the theme of my campaign and I look forward to standing toe to toe with Senator Warnock, who represents Georgia on the debate stage, to discuss how he and the Biden administration has failed the Black community."
A recent op-ed on the forced vaccine mandate pointed out that this mandate is discriminatory and targets Black American workers putting them in an unfair position to choose between being forced into a vaccine by the government or lose employment.
Biden referred to unvaccinated minorities when he said “the vast majority of Americans are doing the right thing. Nearly three-quarters of the eligible have gotten at least one shot, but one quarter has not gotten any. That’s nearly 80 million Americans not vaccinated. And in a country as large as ours, that’s 25 percent minority. That 25 percent can cause a lot of damage — and they are.”
Approximately 364,000 of federal workers are Black, so many Black American workers are facing the decision of getting the shot or losing their job.