What’s behind Biden’s giddy remark that “Americans of Indian descent are taking over our country”? Looking at Biden’s track record on immigration and comments he’s made recently, it would seem that Biden is trying to inarticulately pander to the ‘wokism’ of ‘canceling’ white America.
We recently reported on an Obama/Biden medical appointee who once stated her very serious intent to “just get rid of all the whites in the United States” in order to create a more governmentally compliant American population that would allow the government to do whatever it wanted to them with respect to vaccinations. These are her wildly racist views, not ours. However, we must assume these views are shared by all the people who have promoted her (like Obama and Biden) over and over again for decades throughout her years as a doctor and teacher with a background in virology and political hackery.
Her views uncoincidentally perfectly align with Joe Biden’s proud and public fetish for the elimination of the white majority in America through an “unrelenting stream of immigration” because, on average, immigrants always tend to vote democrat because they tend to come from failing socialist countries.
Now, Biden has made more tone-deaf attempts at racialist humor during a chat with NASA engineers.
“It’s amazing! Indian of descent Americans are taking over the country! You, my vice president, my speechwriter…I tell you what. Thank you. You guys are incredible!”
President* Biden is once again expressing his post-orgasmic glee about the marginalization of American workers in favor of immigrants as millions of Americans remain unemployed or underemployed due specifically to big government Wuhan CCP Virus Policies.
“President Biden on Thursday made one of his most head-turning comments since being sworn in when he told an Indian American aerospace engineer that immigrants from the subcontinent are “taking over” the US.
“It’s amazing. Indian-descent Americans are taking over the country — you, my vice president, my speechwriter,” Biden told Swati Mohan, NASA’s guidance and controls operations lead for the Mars Perseverance rover landing.
Biden made the seemingly tone-deaf effort at levity before telling the NASA group that diversity in the US allows for the betterment of “every single solitary culture.”
The president said, “One of the reasons why we’re such an incredible country is we’re such a diverse country. We bring the best out of every single solitary culture in the world, here in the United States of America, and we give people an opportunity to let their dreams run forward.”
Biden, 78, concluded his webcast remarks by describing himself as “like a poor relative … when I’m invited, I show up.”
“So be careful. You know the poor relatives, they show up. They stay longer than they’re supposed to. I’m one of those kind of guys,” he said.”
This is Biden’s general view of America and The West: we have overstayed our welcome on the planet and it is time to usher in a new age of technocratic authoritarianism by breaking the old Western system with an “unrelenting flood” of nonwestern immigrants. His very existence as America’s leader is intended by globalists to display to the world how outdated, impotent, and senile people should view America’s Constitution and society. Globalism, they believe, should be celebrated rather than Americanism or Western constitutionalism.
Biden is playing a stooge for the world to bring an end the Western era, and he is playing it perfectly.
You can view the full remarks in context, below to make your own mind up. What do you think Biden’s motivations are for all the statements he makes about immigration, racialism, and this comment?
Despite the grave existential threat that this poses, Biden has all kinds of laughably bizarre views on race for which you can laugh at him, too:
“Biden has previously drawn criticism for eyebrow raising comments about Indian-Americans.
He said in 2006, while a senator: “In Delaware, the largest growth of population is Indian Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.”
As a presidential candidate last year, Biden also struggled with controversial remarks about ethnic minorities.
In May, Biden walked back comments telling voters they “ain’t black” if they supported a candidate other than him.
He said in August that blacks are less diverse thinkers than Hispanics.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio humorously suggested Thursday that Biden should “seek training on unconscious bias” after he used the word “Neanderthal” on Wednesday to criticize Republican Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Tate Reeves of Mississippi for ending COVID-19 mask mandates.”