Watch Biden Make A Fool Of Himself At Black History Event
Joe Biden has a long history of making questionable statements, and his recent attempt at pandering to minority voters is no different. At the White House's Black History Month event, Biden claimed, "I may be a white boy, but I'm not stupid," in an attempt to show his knowledge of African-American sororities.
However, his comments regarding poverty and education were confusing and flawed, raising concerns about his competence as a leader.
During his speech, Biden praised the importance of learning about the good, bad, and truth of the nation's history. However, his attempt to gain favor with minority voters by mentioning the Divine Nine sororities came across as disingenuous. It's unclear whether he was trying to make a joke about himself or simply trying to appear relatable, but it was a failed attempt either way.
Moreover, his 2019 comments on poverty and education raised serious concerns about his ability to understand the complex issues facing minority communities.
Biden suggested that poor kids can do well in school as white kids showing how out of touch and racist Biden truly is. In that brief ignorant statement, Biden implied that 1- only black students can be poor, and 2- that all poor students are people of color. Somehow the left is okay with that?
Biden's attempt at pandering to minority voters is not only disingenuous but also ineffective. Instead of addressing the real issues facing these communities, he makes vague statements and moves on. This type of behavior only serves to further divide the country, rather than promoting unity and progress.
Do this math:
Biden in 2019: “Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”
Biden today: “I may be a white boy, but I'm not stupid.”
What is he trying to say? pic.twitter.com/mtIOHzps21
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) February 27, 2023
It's clear that Biden is not the leader that this country needs. His constant pandering, lack of understanding, and flawed logic make him an incompetent leader. The Republican Party has a better understanding of the issues facing minority communities and is committed to implementing real solutions that will benefit everyone.