Think Biden’s “you aint’ black” remark was bad? Well, the latest doozy is really bad. According to Biden, you’re not only “not black” if you don’t vote for him, you also aren’t nearly as “diverse” or “complex” as the Latin American community.
Yes, you read that correctly. Directly from Biden’s mouth, the black community lacks diversity and complex thinking, especially in comparison to the Latin American community.
Most stunningly of all, Biden appeared to come up with this remark on his own, as he was not even asked to directly compare the black and Latin American communities. He was merely asked yet another softball question about whether he would work to “restore” relationships with communist Cuba that had initially been started by Obama, to which Biden predictably replied that he would.
Unfortunately, Biden didn’t just leave his answer at a simple “yes.” Apparently, he felt that the question regarding Cuba and the United States was an appropriate time to bring up the fact that he finds the Latin American community much more diverse than the black community, even though there had been no reference to race whatsoever in the question.
“And by the way, what you all know, but most people don’t know, unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community, with incredibly different attitudes about different things … it’s a very diverse community.” [Source: Brietbart]
Eh, where even to begin with that one?
First of all, the fact that Biden claims, “what you all know, but what most people don’t know,” as if “everyone” should be aware of the fact that Latin Americans are apparently superior to Blacks in terms of their diversity of thought and complex approaches to political issues.
So, Mr. Biden, the Latin Americans that have “incredibly different attitudes about different things,” yet the black voters are apparently a mindless monolith that you depend upon?
Way to dismiss an entire community that you’re rather dependent on for the November 2020 election, Mr. Biden.
What’s even more pathetic is that the “incredibly different attitudes” Biden refers to have nothing to do with Latin American culture itself, rather the different electoral voting patterns of specific Latin American groups.
For instance, California is well-known for having substantial numbers of Mexicans, Guatemalans, Salvadorians, Nicaraguans, and others of questionable immigration status vote in its sanctuary cities, all of whom tend to vote Democrat or for whoever will allow them to live an effectively lawless lifestyle, with some joining violent killer gangs to boot.
These types are undoubtedly the source of Clinton’s supposed 3 million margin in the popular election of 2016, which is precisely why the electoral college is so vital for staving off the sanctuary cities and their states’ efforts to upset it.
On the other hand, Florida is well-known for its significant Cuban population, particularly in Tampa and South Florida, and Cubans have generally voted more conservatively than other Latin American voters.
Why? Turns out that Cubans really aren’t interested in voting for the same system that they just fled from, and who could blame them? It’s really quite unsurprising that Trump swept Florida in 2016, between the Cuban voters who prefer to be productive business owners and the Haitian Americans who were not pleased by Clinton’s theft of moneys intended to help Haiti recover from the devastating 2010 earthquake.
So, Biden managed to not only insult the entire black community, but he also managed to reveal that the only “diversity” he’s even aware of in the Latin American community is that some Hispanics go for Democrat candidates in some states and other Hispanics go for Republicans in other states.
In other words, Biden is aware only of the information that suits his election as President, rather than any thoughtful analysis of the people themselves: their hopes, their fears, their wishes.
No wonder the fake news media is begging Biden not to debate Trump. Biden can’t even keep it together in one-on-one interviews that launch the softest questions ever in his direction.
And of course the interviewer just pretended not to hear Biden, just as the rest of the fake news media pretends Biden didn’t say the various inane things that he said about drugs and race over the past few days.
President Trump, in his bold fashion, scorned Biden’s remark for the racist rhetoric that it was, noting that Biden’s remark just may cause him to lose “the entire African-American community.”
And, for the record, Mr. Biden, it would be worthwhile to look into the numerous Latin American communities that do consist primarily of black people, starting with the well-known Afro-Cuban community in Cuba. After all, if you really represent the people you claim that the Republicans hate, it might not be a bad idea to actually learn a thing or two about them.
Perhaps Biden should spend more time studying the history of the people he claims to represent rather than depending on what his equally inept handlers tell him about the people he’s supposed to represent.