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Biden’s Ruthless Race War Against Trump Reaches Boiling Point

In a frenzied and exaggerated tirade, Joe Biden accused Donald Trump of being a racist during a joint appearance with Kamala Harris in Philadelphia. Biden’s hysterical speech was filled with unfounded claims, feeding into the left’s distorted narrative about Trump’s attitude towards black Americans.

Biden suggested that Trump would not be “talking about pardons” if black people had stormed the Capitol on January 6, before launching into a series of attacks that bore little resemblance to reality. “This is the same guy who wanted to tear gas you as you peacefully protested George Floyd’s murder. It’s the same guy who still calls the ‘Central Park Five’ guilty, even though they were exonerated. He’s that landlord who denies housing applications because of the color of your skin. He’s that guy who won’t say Black lives matter and invokes neo-Nazi, Third Reich terms,” Biden ranted.

Were any “peaceful protesters” tear-gassed during the George Floyd riots? And the notion that Trump personally denied housing applications based on race is absurd. Refusing to say “Black Lives Matter” is not an indication of racist thinking but rather a rejection of a divisive political slogan. The truth doesn’t seem to matter to Biden; it’s all about playing into the victim mentality and stoking anger among black voters.

Biden’s support among black voters is dwindling, and he desperately needs to regain it to avoid a loss in November. His accusations against Trump, particularly about the birtherism lie against Barack Obama, are just another attempt to smear his opponent. The birther story was old news by the time Trump amplified it, and it had been circulating in Clinton circles long before Trump picked it up.

Trump didn’t “unleash” anything new; he simply echoed what was already established in fringe right-wing politics. Yet Biden continues to falsely accuse Trump of pandering and lying for votes, all while engaging in the very same tactics himself.

The New York Post highlighted Biden’s repeated boasts about his “promises made, promises kept,” such as expanding healthcare access and creating a diverse administration. Biden took sharp aim at Trump, trying to rally the mostly black audience by saying, “Because black Americans voted [in 2020], Kamala and I are president and vice president.” However, the audience’s lukewarm response, with many declining to speak to reporters, suggests his message isn’t resonating as strongly as he hoped.

The desperation in Biden’s campaign is palpable. Fearmongering might give him a temporary boost with black voters, but the reality is clear: Biden is struggling. Expect his campaign and surrogates to escalate the rhetoric, possibly invoking dire warnings of a “return to Jim Crow” or even suggesting a comeback of slavery. This is just the beginning, and it’s going to get even uglier before it’s over.

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