Senile Biden is laughing at everyone!
Until today, we thought that we had seen everything that Biden can do. However, mockery is very offensive, that his handlers are doing their best to keep him away from the public. However, sooner or later, Biden would have to appear in front of an audience and make some racist statements.
When he was speaking in North Carolina, he confused the Tuskegee Airmen, and he came off as racists.
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Biden wanted to convince the American population to get the vaccine before July 4, and he attempted to persuade the Raleigh audience about the past troubles.
“There’s a reason why it’s been harder to get African-Americans, initially, to get vaccinated. Because they’re used to being experimented on – the Tuskegee Airmen and others. People have memories. People have long memories.” Biden said.
The Tuskegee Airmen that Biden referred to were African American pilots in WW II for those who don’t know.
Their history is proud, not because they are heroes, but because they helped and served America in need. They wanted to talks about the victims of the Tuskegee syphilis study lasting more than a decade.
Biden wasn’t aware of that, so he moved on: “It’s awful hard, as well, to get Latinx vaccinated as well. Why? They’re worried that they’ll be vaccinated and deported.”
Biden claimed that Latinos feared getting deported, that video went viral. Communication Director Tim Murtaugh tweeted: “It does not occur to Joe Biden that tens of millions of Latinos are American citizens.”
Other users commented: “Joe Biden claiming Latinos don’t want to get vaccinated because they’re worried about getting deported is about as racist as it gets. Par for the course for old racist Joe Biden.”
Ben Shapiro, a political commentator, shared: “The Tuskegee Airmen and the Tuskegee experiment are two wildly different historical stories, and Biden’s apparent conflation of the two is impressively demented.”
Biden’s false statements and forgetfulness are to be in prime form.