While it may be an exaggeration to say that Joe Biden’s brain has turned to mush, it’s not an exaggeration to point out how awful Joe Biden is at speaking, even when given pre-approved questions and topics, particularly as the dementia is wrecking his brain.
This was displayed in full for the first time since successfully stealing the election, as Occupier Biden made three newsworthy clips (though the MSM certainly won’t be focusing on those) during a recent CNN Townhall.
First, there was the racist statement regarding blacks and Latinos’ seeming inability to use the internet… I write to you through the internet being Latino myself.
Biden was asked by a black doctor about “racial disparities” in the distribution of the Chinese coronavirus vaccines. The doctor asked Biden: “[M]y question to you is considering COVID-19 and its significant impact on black Americans, especially here in Milwaukee and thus, the exacerbation of our racial disparities in health care, we have seen less than three percent of blacks and less than five percent of Hispanics given the total number of vaccines that have been administered to this point. Is this a priority for the Biden administration? And how will the disparities be addressed? And that’s both locally and nationally.”
He gave two strange responses to this question. First, he said: “Well, first of all, it is a priority, number one. Number two, there’s two reasons for it being the way it is. Number one, there is some history of blacks being used as guinea pigs in other experiments as I need not tell you, Doctor, over the last 50 to 75 to 100 years in America. So there is a concern about getting the vaccine whether it’s available or not.”
The second response he gave was: “Not everybody in the community, in the Hispanic and the African-American community, particularly in rural areas that are distant and/or inner city districts know how to use – know how to get online to determine how to get in line for that COVID vaccination at the Walgreen’s or at the particular store.”
The first response was clearly regarding the 1932 Tuskegee experiment, an infamous racial experiment on black men in Tuskegee, Alabama, which is infamous for supposedly being a study of syphilis, but the people studied were not given much information about what the researchers were doing (therefore making them unable to consent to being studied or quitting the experiment). The study was originally supposed to last only six months but went on for 40 years, and even when penicillin became a widely used treatment for syphilis, the researchers did not use it on the test subjects. And while I would cite that as one of the reasons as to why I would not get the vaccine (me being a minority AND a conservative, I doubt I am well-liked by the Leftists running the government and creating this vaccine), it is fair to say that others cite it for the same reason.
The reason I say this is a strange response is because you would think Biden WOULDN’T want to call back on this experiment, even if it’s to explain why some black people are not getting the vaccine.
As far as the second response goes, that’s a clear case of “soft bigotry of low expectations”. Even if you tried to defend Biden because he said “not everybody” in the community knows “how to get online” as implying that there are minorities who can get online so it’s not racist, consider that there is little reason apart from racism to believe something like that. If it’s about poor or no network availability due to rural areas generally not being as connected as urban or suburban areas, then why did he specify black and Latino communities? Sure, the topic is about “racial disparity”, but such internet issues are also present for white people in rural areas, right?
Is it that white people, even facing the same issues as blacks and Latinos in rural areas, all know how to get online while minorities don’t? Is that what Joe Biden is implying here?
And the rest of the townhall didn’t exactly get better from there.
At one point, Joe Biden spreads his Chinese owner’s talking points regarding Uyghur concentration camps in China.
“If you know anything about Chinese history, it has always been… victimized by the outer world when they haven’t been unified at home. So, the central principle of Xi Jinping is that there must be a united, tightened control in China, and he uses his rationale for the things he does based on that. I point out to him, no American president can be sustained as a president if he doesn’t reflect the values of the United States, and so the idea that I’m not going to speak out against what he’s doing in Hong Kong, what he’s doing with the Uyghurs in western mountains of China, and Taiwan, trying to end the One China Policy by making it forceful, I say – and by the way he says – he gets it. Culturally, there are different norms in each country and their leaders are expected to follow.”
Basically, he does three things here: First, he defends China as having been “victimized” by the outer world in the past as though no other nation in history has ever been victimized by other nations (China has victimized Taiwan, Tibet, Japan, and is trying to victimize Australia). Secondly, he, in a roundabout way, admits that he’s not the President of the United States because he is not going to speak out against what China is doing in Hong Kong or what they are doing to the Uyghurs as evidenced by what he said in the end, so by his own standard, he’s not the POTUS. The third thing he did is spread a second CCP propaganda lie (the first being the “victimization” thing) that Chinese treatment of Uyghurs is just “cultural norm.”
Biden is excusing the concentration camps and the genocide of Uyghurs as “oh, they are a different culture from our own and we need to respect that.” This is, in some ways, even worse than what happened in the German Holocaust. The numbers (as far as we know) of Uyghurs being killed and imprisoned are lower than the 10 to 20 million who were killed by the Nazis in concentration camps, but what makes this situation even worse than that one is that the world at least had an excuse for not doing anything about it: the world didn’t know.
We wouldn’t find out what Hitler and the Nazis were doing to millions of people until after the war ended. Nothing could be done about it at the time because it was unknown that it was even happening.
But the world doesn’t have an excuse this time. We can see, in real time, trains being loaded with Uyghur prisoners headed towards concentration camps, being put into forced labor at best and killed at worst.
Like I said in a previous article covering the topic of Uyghurs: following World War II and the Holocaust, the world said “never again,” and the world lied. Again, it makes it worse that we KNOW what China is doing to an entire subgroup of people and all the world can do is passively and timidly say “bad China, bad.” Of course, that’s nothing more than bad political theater, as politicians and world leaders like Joe Biden are on China’s payroll.
Whereas the first thing he said was stupid and racist, this is outright terrible and evil. Even if one were to buy the idea that killing Uyghur’s is just part of China’s culture (which it’s not), how exactly does that make it better? If it were part of white people’s culture to kill black people, would that make it okay? Would that mean that it should be respected as being part of “their culture” and we ought to tolerate it?
No, it wouldn’t, so then why in the world would we excuse the Chinese government (not the people themselves) killing and imprisoning Uyghurs (among others) as it being “part of their cultural norms”?
Certainly, no one who isn’t either on the CCP’s payroll or rooting for the CCP is going to agree with Biden on this. Both liberals and conservatives fault China for the crap they are pulling here, even if liberals are a bit more likely to side with China in how the government is run.
But Biden sure as hell isn’t going to do anything about it. And like he said, “no American president can be sustained as a president if he doesn’t reflect the values of the United States.” This disqualifies most Democrats and some Republicans who have run, have won, or intend to run for president, including Biden himself (though we all know he didn’t win and he’s not the president legitimately). Certainly, Biden doesn’t reflect the values of the United States because, again, both liberals and conservatives agree that China is at fault in running literal concentration camps, but he largely owes his fortune and possibly even his administration to Xi, so he’s not going to do a damn thing to upset him.
The final odd thing he said in this townhall, seemingly relatively early on in the show, was this: “Everybody knows I like kids better than people.”
He made the comment regarding CNN host Anderson Cooper’s new baby.
You can take this two ways: One, it kind of makes him sound like a pedophile, which, given pictures like the ones below, it’s not very difficult to imagine:
The second way you can take it is that he doesn’t consider kids to be people, which is also not difficult to imagine considering he is pro-abortion and has done plenty as Occupier to ensure as many babies are killed in the womb as currently possible.
Either way you take it, it sounds so weird and wrong. He obviously meant to say “adults” as opposed to “people” but still, given Biden’s track record of sexual harassment, including of young children, not to mention his track record of enabling child killings, it’s still super creepy and disturbing.
In any case, we knew it wouldn’t take too long before Dementia Joe made an appearance. This is far from the first time he’s said stupid things since becoming Occupier of the Oval Office, but it’s noteworthy how many newsworthy clips there were here. And, again, the fake news media is not going to focus too much on how clearly broken Joe Biden’s brain is.
“Even a fool who keeps silent is considered wise; when he closes his lips, he is deemed intelligent.”
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