Just last week, Joe Biden told the black community that “you ain’t black” if you can’t decide between voting for Trump or Biden (see below).

Fast forward to this week and Biden is saying he won’t traffic in “fear and division”…

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The presidency is a big job. Nobody will get everything right. I won’t either.

But I promise you this: I won’t traffic in fear and division or fan the flames of hate. I will seek to heal the racial wounds that have long plagued this country — not use them for political gain.

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“YOU AIN’T BLACK”

A  Joe Biden interview with Charlamagne on The Breakfast Club (see entire interview below) goes sideways when Biden makes a racist statement about being black and voting for Trump.

Joe Biden: “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

@cthagod: “It don’t have nothing to do with Trump, it has to do with the fact — I want something for my community.”

So you “ain’t” black if you vote for Trump? That’s embarrassing and a slap in the face to any black voter.

The entire interview has Biden bending over to pander to the black community with a little bit of black lingo that’s embarrassing and cringe-worthy:

Notice how Biden says “c’mon man” several times and yells throughout the interview. He also dances around a topic he doesn’t want to answer directly. His pandering to the black community continues throughout the interview with Biden bragging about how many things he’s done throughout his life for the black community. He mentions his time as a lifeguard but doesn’t mention “Corn Pop” this time. Biden’s rambling answers are hard to listen to but give more insight into his inability to complete his thoughts. He’s all over the map.

Biden has a history of racism going back decades. Here is a quote from 1977 of Biden discussing busing:

“Unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a JUNGLE, the JUNGLE being a RACIAL JUNGLE with tensions having built so high that it is going to explode at some point,”–Joe Biden 1977

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