Politics Biden regrets having said that a Black is "not Black" if he thinks he is voting for Trump

00:51  23 may  2020
00:51  23 may  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

Charlamagne tha God defends Biden's support for black community

  Charlamagne tha God defends Biden's support for black community Radiol host Charlamagne tha God defended former Vice President Joe Biden's support for the black community following their Friday morning interview. © The Hill Charlamagne tha God In an interview on Charlamagne's popular radio show, "The Breakfast Club," Biden said, "If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or for Trump, then you ain't black." require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

" He 's saying that 1.3 million African Americans, that you're not black ? Who in the heck does he think he is ?" the South Carolina lawmaker said , referring to the black Americans who voted for Mr Trump in 2016. Mr Biden 's words also incited criticism from his side of the aisle. Image copyright Getty Images.

Joe Biden committed yet another outburst of virulent racism when he told black America that if they don't vote for him in November "then you When he spoke, Biden was surrounded by black children, he was also referring to his time as a lifeguard, where he says the swimmers were mostly black kids.

Joe Biden, le 10 mars 2020 à Philadelphie © Mandel NGAN Joe Biden, March 10, 2020 in Philadelphia

The Democratic candidate for the White House Joe Biden said on Friday that he regretted his "unfortunate" words after causing an uproar by telling a radio host that he was "not black" if he was thinking of voting for his rival Donald Trump in November.

"I shouldn't have been so flippant," said the 77-year-old former vice president, regretting his "annoying" remarks.

"Nobody should have to vote for a party on the basis of their race, religion, origins," insisted the former right-hand man of Barack Obama, according to journalists who attended his call to an organization promoting development economic development of African Americans, the "National Black Chamber of Commerce".

What Biden said was outrageous. But, some say, so was the reaction

  What Biden said was outrageous. But, some say, so was the reaction There are some who say that if anyone is offended by Biden's latest comments, they aren't paying attention to what Biden is really saying. "It would be stupid for African-Americans to support Donald Trump after what the President has done even if you're an African-American Republican," says Ravi Perry, an activist, and chair of the political science department at Howard University in Washington.The context here is keyPerry says people outraged at Biden's comments ignore the context and an unwritten rule about racial remarks. A white person can't instruct black people on their racial identity.

“ He ’s saying that 1.3 million African-Americans, that you’re not Black ? Who in the heck does he think he is Black voters were disgusted with Biden ’s racist comment. @JoeBiden tells @cthagod that if blacks have to think about whether they are for Trump or for Biden then, “YOU AIN’T BLACK ”.

Joe Biden Told Charlamagne He "Ain't Black " If He 's Having Trouble Deciding Whether To Vote For Him Or Trump . Charlamagne pointed to Hillary Clinton saying in an interview on the show during the 2016 presidential election cycle that , as he put it, Democrats had “made a lot of mistakes” with the

Joe Biden, le 12 mars 2020 à Wilmington, dans le Delaware © SAUL LOEB Joe Biden, March 12, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware

The scandal started from an interview given to Charlamagne tha God, a personality who co-presents a popular New York radio show, "The Breakfast Club ", aired on Friday.

When Joe Biden said he had to end the interview, after about 17 minutes, the host replied: "Look, you have to come see us when you come to New York (...) We have no more questions "to ask before the presidential election on November 3.

"Do you have more questions? I'll tell you, if you have a problem deciding whether you are for me or for Trump, then you are not Black," Joe Biden replied.

The Donald Trump team called the exchange "disgusting" on Twitter, and the son of the Republican billionaire, Donald Trump Junior, said that Joe Biden had "a disgusting and dehumanizing racist mentality".

Commentary: Does Biden take black voters for granted? His latest gaffe makes it seem that way

  Commentary: Does Biden take black voters for granted? His latest gaffe makes it seem that way If Joe Biden is counting on African American votes to win the White House in November, he may want to reboot his outreach strategy. During a radio interview Friday morning with Charlamagne tha God on the nationally syndicated, "The Breakfast Club," Biden said that "if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black." It took a handful of nanoseconds for the predictable response.

So, what would he think black voters are trying to do? I’m surprised he ’s at 3%. And if that wasn’t bad enough for him , to attack Barack Obama, because he ’s so upset that Barack is everything he would have wanted to be in life, that he can’t stand that a man who happens also to be black , has hit every

If he was republican do you think he would get the same love from black poeple. actually, no longer all black each physique is voting for Obama with the aid of fact of race in spite of the undeniable fact that it is glaring that different Trending Questions. Trump says Biden will be the Democrat nominee.

Tim Scott, the only black Republican senator, responded by pointing out that "1.3 million black Americans had already voted for Trump in 2016. This morning Joe Biden told each of us that we were + not Blacks + ".

"I could say that I am surprised, but unfortunately that corresponds to the tendency of the Democrats to think that the voices of the Blacks are won in advance", he continued.

An argument that could hit home with some black voters who regret that in 2016, the Democrats and Hillary Clinton thought that their votes were just "won in advance" and therefore did not campaign enough with them , lowering their participation compared to the Obama years.

However, their mobilization will be crucial for Joe Biden to win the presidential election on November 3.

"I never, never considered that African-Americans were won in advance", he also took care to emphasize in his apologies.

Joe Biden gives black voters a choice: serve as toy soldiers or become traitors

  Joe Biden gives black voters a choice: serve as toy soldiers or become traitors The Democratic Party has long enjoyed the support of African American voters — support that presidential candidate Joe Biden now seems to be taking for granted. In an interview with Charlamagne Tha God, host of The Breakfast Club, on Thursday morning, Biden claimed that the choice black voters will face at the ballot box this November isn’t really a choice at all. And then he said the quiet part out loud."If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black," Biden said. So this happened... “If you got a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or for Trump then you ain’t Black.

Not only did he openly attack the leaders and infrastructure of the GOP, he shredded its dogma on free trade and other issues. What he means is he said it at a time when people were gonna be fired up enough to yell at him . Chipper Morning Baculum.

I am not voting for him because he is black . I will vote for him because I agree with what he has had to say . I could not vote for McCain since Is the reason why Barack Hussein Obama refuses to endorse Joseph Biden because he is voting for Donald J Trump in 2020? 8 answers.

He insisted that he was ready at any time to compare his record on the subject with that of Donald Trump, whose remarks he recalled which had caused scandal, as when he called African states "shit country" ". He also accused him of implementing policies that harm black people.

Donald Trump has been regularly accused of racism and of maintaining ambiguity towards white nationalists. It remains unpopular with black voters.

- "Fear of Trump" -

Asked about the controversy, the host Charlamagne yha God said that "Blacks have invested a lot in this party (Democrat, note) and the return on investment has not been great".

"You can't ask me to be more afraid of Trump than to want something for mine," he said in a statement to Mediaite.

Known for his blunders, Joe Biden is very popular with blacks, who carried him to victory in the Democratic primary by offering him an overwhelming score in South Carolina, at the end of February, allowing him to return to the front of the race. in one of the most spectacular returns in American political history.

In the same interview, the Democratic candidate denounced the management by the Trump administration of the coronavirus pandemic, which strikes in black areas in a disproportionate way: "This crisis exposes to light the institutional racism which still prevails in our society".

The presenter noted on the other hand that some urged him to choose a black candidate for the vice-presidency since "the blacks saved your political life in the primary" democrat.

Joe Biden replied that he was thinking of "many black women". In the forecasts include the senator and former presidential candidate Kamala Harris, the former candidate for governor of Georgia Stacey Abrams or the elected representative of the House of Representatives Val Demings.

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