CNN waited 12 hours to cover Joe Biden’s “you ain’t black” comment — while ABC, CBS, and NBC averaged only one minute of discussion about his shocking remarks.
During an appearance on the Breakfast Club radio show back in May, the presumptive Democrat nominee told the black host, Charlamagne Tha God, that if you choose Trump over him, “you ain’t black.” The comment rapidly went viral and drew condemnation from both sides of the aisle.
But mainstream media cover-up and Biden’s racist comments are nothing new.
It’s obvious that people don’t like Biden and he seems to forget that.
Months before he would emerge as the front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, Joe Biden was one among a dense field of candidates, all vying for face time with voters at campaign stops in crucial primary states.
But as he made inroads in meetings and events with supporters, his campaign was marred by a series of awkward, condescending and physical meetings with would-be voters in crowds and in forums in front of dozens of people and cameras.
He grabbed lapels and hands, grew combative with difficult questions, told people they’re wrong, or told them to vote for someone else, including his rival Donald Trump.
The former vice president called one man a liar and challenged him to pushups, called a young climate activist “child” and told immigrants and environmentalists to vote for his opponent.
Several months later, amid a public health crisis that, in 2019, barely registered on the campaign trail, Mr Biden heads to the Democratic National Convention as the likely nominee in an election framed by the critical demands of an international emergency.
But for the Democratic voters who left interactions with Campaign Biden defeated and dismissed, there remain unanswered questions and concerns while the candidate collects endorsements from Democratic powerhouses and prepares to face Trump in November.
Silvia Morreno, an immigrants rights leader with Dignidad Inmigrante, stood up to address Mr Biden at a campaign stop in South Carolina in November.
“Every day I live with the fear that [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] will separate my family,” she said in Spanish, speaking through Carlos Rojas, who translated for her.
“You defended the 3 million deportations under Obama’s administration, and that is why it is hard for me to trust you,” she said. “I want to know whether you would stop deportations through executive action on your first day in office.”
Mr. Rojas, speaking on his own behalf, told Mr. Biden he volunteered for the Obama campaign in 2008 because he believed “the promises that he made to the immigrant community”.
“The fact is that over those eight years, over 3 million people were deported and separated from families,” he said.
Mr. Biden cut him off: “Well you should vote for Trump then.”
— Joel Fischer (@JFNYC1) September 17, 2020
The mainstream media didn’t report about this incident and for most Americans, this situation never happened!
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