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Is saying “Take back America!” racist when Biden says it?

Is saying “Take back America!” racist when Biden says it?

What would Eric Holder say?

In today’s heh-worthy news, Eric Holder and Joe Biden seem to be on opposite ends of the “what qualifies as racism” spectrum. Guy Benson tweeted the following mash-up that shows our esteemed attorney general explaining the following:

“Well it seems to me there’s a certain level of vehemence that’s directed towards the President. People talk about taking their country back. There’s a certain racial component for some people.”

But how are we supposed to know what’s racist when the administration can’t come to a consensus on what’s racist?*

For all of y’all missing a sarcasm sensor, this is no way meant to undermine actual instances of racism, which are horrible.

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Silly rabbit. EVERYTHING is racist when uttered by a conservative.

“…there’s a certain racial component for some people.”

Yes. The Obami.

What are you smoking?

NOTHING a Democrat says is ever racist (even when he’s a former leader of the KKK).

Biden is our first black VP and not because Biden can be considered black in the Bill Clinton-Toni Morrison “trope” sense. But he does know some black poeple. But let’s back up.

MS. Morrison:
“In writing about the 1998 impeachment of Bill Clinton, Morrison wrote that, since Whitewater, Bill Clinton had been mistreated because of his “Blackness.”

“Years ago, in the middle of the Whitewater investigation, one heard the first murmurs: white skin notwithstanding, this is our first black President. Blacker than any actual black person who could ever be elected in our children’s lifetime. After all, Clinton displays almost every trope of blackness: single-parent household, born poor, working-class, saxophone-playing, McDonald’s-and-junk-food-loving boy from Arkansas.”

I will need to get me “every trope of blackness” before Eric WithHolderofjustice can see me as a person.