On Tuesday night, Joe Biden appeared on a “town hall” sort of interview on CNN where their slobber-fest continued. Among the many things the occupier of the Oval Office said that was outrageous, this gem came up.
COOPER: "You’ve already spent a great deal of time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Except now you’re living there and you’re president. It’s been four weeks. What’s it like? How is it different?"
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 17, 2021
If that wasn’t bad enough, even if a lot of Americans suspect it’s actually true, Biden tried to pin the “white supremacy” tail on a group that serves everyone and at the Commander in Chief’s pleasure.
Biden said, “I got involved in politics, to begin with, because of civil rights and opposition to white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan and the most dangerous people on America continue to exist. That is the greatest threat of terror in America, domestic terror. So I would make sure my Justice Department and the Civil Rights Division are focused heavily on those very folks. I would make sure we focus on how to deal with the rise of white supremacy. You see what’s happening the studies that are beginning to be done, maybe at your university as well, about the impact of former military, former police officers on the growth of white supremacy in some of these groups.”
He added, “You may remember in one of my debates from the former president, I asked him to condemn the Proud Boys he wouldn’t do. If he said stand standby and stand, ready whatever the phrase exactly was. It is a bane of our existence. It has always been as Lincoln said we have to you appear to a battle angels these guys are not and women they are in fact demented. They are dangerous people.”
Former police and military are to blame for any sort of “supremacy”?
Is he kidding?
People who volunteer their lives to serve the public are some of the least supremacist people on the planet. The fact that many of them are good at their jobs speaks to dedication and drive, not supremacy.
Somebody needs to explain that to sleepy, creepy Joe.