Biden Plays Race Card as Black Support Plummets: Desperation or Denial?

In the latest episode of “Democrats Say the Darndest Things,” Joe Biden and his crew are at it again, playing the worn-out race card like a fiddle at a barn dance. Biden, the gift that keeps on giving to late-night comedians, decided to resurrect ye olde segregationist ghosts from the 70s and compare them to today’s Republicans. Talk about a blast from the past! Biden is out here claiming that the GOP is somehow worse than those real racists he used to rub elbows with. In what universe does he dwell, you ask? Well, the same one where unicorns roam the streets and pigs fly.

Let’s take a little trip down memory lane, shall we? Back in the day, when Biden was just a tadpole in the swamp, he made some eyebrow-raising remarks about racial integration, painting a picture of a “racial jungle” that would explode if not handled with care. And boy, did he handle it with care—like a bull in a china shop. Fast forward to more recent times, and we have Biden waxing poetic about his old buddy Robert Byrd, a former Ku Klux Klan bigwig, as if he was some kind of civil rights hero. Seriously, Joe? My grandma’s memory may be fading, but at least she remembers who not to praise.

And then we have the hits just keep on coming with Biden’s greatest hits album. Like that time in 2012 when he graced a black audience with his charming prediction that the GOP would shackle them back up. Smooth move, Joe. Or how about when he basically questioned Obama’s blackness if he didn’t receive the black vote? Classic Biden, always putting his foot in his mouth faster than you can say “oops.”

But here’s the kicker—despite all his verbal gymnastics, Biden’s minority support is tanking faster than a lead balloon in a swimming pool. The man who promised unity is now dividing his own party faster than you can say “cheese.” Black support for the Democrats has taken a nosedive faster than a bungee jumper without a cord, plunging from 91 percent in 2020 to a measly 42 percent. It’s like watching a 3D movie without the glasses—a complete blur.

So, what’s a floundering president to do? Why, resort to the old faithful playbook of calling the other side racists, of course! If you can’t dazzle them with your achievements, baffle them with your accusations. But hey, when your policies are about as popular as a skunk at a garden party, what else are you gonna do?

In the end, the real joke’s on Biden and his merry band of Democrats. As they scramble to keep their minority support from slipping through their fingers like sand in an hourglass, they’re the ones looking more scared than a cat in a room full of rocking chairs. So keep on flinging those accusations, Joe. Keep on dancing to the same old tune. But remember, the music might be playing, but the crowd is starting to head for the exit. And the only thing worse than being called a racist is being called a one-term president.

Written by Staff Reports

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