A pandering Joe Biden spoke before a black congregation in South Carolina (see video below) on MLK Day, where he tried to stir the crowd by making President Trump out to be a racist connected to the Klan!
Biden also released a new ad (see below) where he uses the same words and mentions Bull Connor. He shows photos of the race riots in the 1960s and then claims we’re going back to that with President Trump.
Is this a pivot to try a desperate Hail Mary for Biden? He’s counting on the black community in South Carolina to vote for him. He’s desperately reaching back to the 1960s to stir emotions and then connect the racism to President Trump.
Biden mentioned Charlottesville and then said:
“What I realized is that hate just hides. And it when it comes out from under the rocks when it gets a little bit of oxygen.”
Biden then tried to connect President Trump to racism:
“This president and his…the Ku Klux Klans and the rest of them, they think they’ve beaten us again, but they have no idea. We’re just coming.”
❌Here is @JoeBiden equating Trump to the KKK
❌I find it truly amazing that the media and the Dems constantly call Trump and us supporters, Nazi's, white supremacists, and racists
➡️The only ones that are obsessed with color&bring it up on a daily basis are the Dems&the MSM pic.twitter.com/bcZg8Kigfq
— Mike (Appy)🇺🇸🇮🇹 (@MetsMAGA) January 21, 2020
Biden doubled down and made his speech from yesterday into an ad…he left out one sentence. Is it because he knows there isn’t an ounce of evidence to connect President Trump to the KKK?
Donald Trump's poisonous rhetoric and divisive politics have brought America to an inflection point. In this moment, we have an enormous opportunity to take the next great step forward as a nation.
Let's get to work. We can do this, together. pic.twitter.com/4jTqAI3aCj
— Joe Biden (Text Join to 30330) (@JoeBiden) January 20, 2020
Seven examples of President Trump denouncing racism:
In Iowa, today Joe Biden reiterated his FALSE claim that President Trump "encourages" white supremacists.
Here are 7 examples of President Trump condemning and rejecting the KKK, neo-Nazis, and white supremacists. pic.twitter.com/HlyLd6OZag
— Francis Brennan (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@FrancisBrennan) August 8, 2019