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Biden Blames Chalarmagne tha God for His ‘You Ain’t Black’ Comments

Biden Blames Chalarmagne tha God for His ‘You Ain’t Black’ Comments

“He was being a wise guy, and I responded in kind.”

Presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden came under fire when he said “you ain’t black” if you cannot choose between him and President Donald Trump during an interview on The Breakfast Club.

Instead of taking full responsibility, Biden also blamed the black host Charlamagne that God.

At first, Biden called his comment a “mistake” and he should not have “acted like a ‘wise guy.'”

But then he changed course on CNN and placed some of the blame on the host:

“First of all, it was a mistake — No. 1. And I was smiling when he was asking the question. I shouldn’t have been such a wise guy to him. He was being a wise guy, and I responded in kind,” Biden told CNN’s Dana Bash. “I shouldn’t have done that. It was a mistake.”

I have no words. The lack of self-awareness!! But something tells me the left will brush this aside.


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Just more BS, as expected. Biden just blurted out his “you ain’t black” statement. There was no question pending.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Rick. | May 26, 2020 at 10:38 pm


    Soon I expect this to come tumbling out his mouth.

    Biden: “You ain’t Black like me….. and Barrack….

Mimicking Jeff Foxworthy,

You know you’re dealing with a Democrat,

when your error is always someone else’s fault

“The black guy did it” is a great defense, Joe. Keep it up, please.

Escaped from RI | May 26, 2020 at 9:23 pm

“I acted like a wise guy, but I wouldn’t have if this Charlamagne character hadn’t gotten upitty with me.” Quid Pro Joe Biden

“Whitesplaining” translation: He was being an Uppity ******.

After Biden’s condescending and racist comment and now blaming the black interviewer, we can honestly say: “If you vote for Joe Biden, and you are white-you are a racist.”

democrats always blame someone else, that isn’t surprising. When more people break free of their Stockholm Syndrome and leave the democrats, that will likely be very surprising to them. “But baby, I only beat you because I love you!”

So Joe didn’t think Charlamagne was a particularly “articulate and bright” fellow. Got it.

Sheesh, Charlemagne wanted to know what policies Biden has (now) which would help the Black community: fair question.

Biden has NO answer but instead reproached Charlemagne with his now famous ‘you ain’t’ quip.

Charlemagne was in no fashion being a ‘wise guy’ in the least; BIDEN WAS.

bonus Biden thought bubble: “how dare you question me, you mo fo…”

Was he being a lying, dog-faced pony soldier, Joe?

Ventriloquism, eh. Good excuse. I will try it in court sometime when I am reminded by the Court that I argued the opposite but a few months before.

    artichoke in reply to puhiawa. | May 26, 2020 at 11:49 pm

    You mean the judge will remind you of something you said in a different case? That would be weird.

      puhiawa in reply to artichoke. | May 27, 2020 at 3:23 am

      LOL. It is not odd at all. Sometimes they laugh doing it. Now, Mr P, I seem to remember you arguing a contrary point mere 6 months ago.

“Help! Police! There’s an African-American male taking video of me and threatening me! And Trump is a racist!”

when they go low , we go , errrrr

First it was a joke.
Then it was a mistake.
Now it is the Black guy’s fault.

OK, Joe. Keep going.

“You made me abuse you, baby. You know I hate it when you do that.”

Insulting to the interviewer, who was NOT being a “wise guy” at least in the part right around the Biden verbal blunder, but just asking a lot of questions and not automatically favoring him.

If Joe hadn’t been a well-known wise-ass for forty years, his excuse might be plausible

As it is…

healthguyfsu | May 27, 2020 at 12:13 am

Dems and their media puppets are going to need noise cancelling headphones to pretend not to notice Biden’s gaffes along the way.

Ann in L.A. | May 27, 2020 at 12:18 am

“You know I’m not racist; it was the black guy’s fault!”

But something tells me the left will brush this aside.

Just it did decades ago, with Lyndon Johnson’s “I’ll have them [persons of specific epidermal tint] voting Democratic for two hundred years.”

It certainly hints that Democratic thinking hasn’t progressed since then. They define the “black vote” as something cheaply bought, and they expect it to afterward remain a fixed factor in the American political landscape.

But when Johnson said it, the landscape was considerably different. For a century the “black vote” had been reliably Republican, as that was Lincoln’s party and nobody had forgotten yet.

When Biden says it, he expects it to be an established fact, and that vote should goodamm well stay bought—he’s counting on it. But he’s not prepared to work for it as President, preferring to rest on his (real or imaginary) laurels. So at least he answered the question; no, he has no new freebies in mind for The Community; it will have to be content with the old ones.

Of course LBJ wasn’t dumb enough to drop such a political clanger on the air.

Barry Soetoro | May 27, 2020 at 1:39 am

CTG wasn’t being a wise guy. He was just letting Biden know he had more questions and would be asking him back. A smart politician would have welcomed more free air time. Biden, like a good SJW, is doubling down on his faux pas, letting us know he really thinks no true Black would vote for Trump, and that he’s offended at the idea of having to work to earn the Black vote.

My only question at this point is are the Democrats planning Joe’s fatal heart attack A). Before the convention, B). Between the convention and the election, or C). Between the election and the inauguration.

Wondering how many people who didn’t know about this now know about it since his people decided a CNN interview would be a great idea…

Biden believes the dems-are-good-for-blacks narrative, is all. It’s a nothing remark not revealing anything, except for the mob action that the right indulges in too. Let’s stir up blacks for political gain.

Who died and made him God?

2smartforlibs | May 27, 2020 at 6:38 am

Liberal playbook: Always find someone else to blame.

    CorkyAgain in reply to 2smartforlibs. | May 28, 2020 at 12:54 am

    Trump. I don’t know how he’s going to spin it, but by the time Biden’s done, he’ll be blaming Trump for this latest gaffe.

    Because #OrangeManBad.

“I have no words.”

The word is DESPERATION. Remember, this is the best the Democrats have. They have no barrel to scrape the bottom of.

The ends justify the means say they.

Quid’s just playing the game.

Few politically active black left wingers (which is this guy’s audience) are going to leave Team Quid for Team OrangeManBad over this. Quid knows it and Lenard Larry McKelvey (Charlamagne the God) knows it.

Kid Charlamagne is just looking to make a few bucks. He isn’t fooling anyone, he’s voting Quid all day, every day and twice on Sunday.

texansamurai | May 27, 2020 at 6:58 pm

” I’m joe biden and i’m a racist dumbass but it’s charlemagne’s fault. “

BierceAmbrose | May 27, 2020 at 7:13 pm

So, Slick Willie’s VP says Charlemagne’s skirt was too short — made him do it.

It seems the repeating theme making news these days is Joe Biden’s irresponsibility — not only of a personal kind, like the present, oh, not-his-fault, he was just speaking correspondingly with CtG, who wise-cracked first, but maybe, too, of a legal-clinical kind. In this last regard, I speak of Joe’s continued cognitive decline and whether he is, you know, just responsible in general.

I add to the well-know concern: Shouldn’t his wife, who has a relevant skill-set here, do something more than, say, enable and promote her husband to effectively keep failing like this and embarrassing himself? As his condition steadily, and now more quickly and frequently worsens, inquiring and responsible citizens should want to know, How in the world will he be capable to lead us and the entire non-totalitarian, not murdering-at-will world?. The US has real, not imagined institutional, political, and military adversaries, and our president has to know the difference between friend and foe to protect us effectively.

You wouldn’t get the impression that Joe’s mental blade of such prudential discernment is as sharp as it would need to be if you managed to watch a recent DNC-produced, online discussion between him and another top Dem and Covidian activist.

During a Skype-based chat on You Tube, whose screen was split between the former veep and PA’s governor Tom Wolf, Joe revealed once again his recurring inability to think factually and with precision along recognized historical and conceptual lines. Any honest and reasonably well-informed person watching and hearing him err — when trying to show the PA governor and the voting, viewing audience, through his characteristic, questionably affable grin, just how sharp and clever he is on noteworthy past dates and events — would find in the presumptive Dem-Left presidential candidate more clear evidence that he is not a responsible agent for himself, let alone the entire nation.

In recalling Delaware’s “date of Independence,” June 15, 1776 — the date on which the Assembly in New Castle declared independence at once from both England and PA, now called Separation Day; the three lower PA counties whose elected representatives assembled in New Castle, had separated from PA’s legislature in 1704 but were still part of the PA colony overall, with all having one governor — Joe sadly misstated the date as “December 7, just like D-Day.”

Okay. He obviously meant by “just like” the date of the attack on Pearl Harbor, in 1941 — as far from the topic at hand as that date is from today. Now the State of Delaware and the date of December 7 do indeed join momentously, historically, but not in 1941 (or even in 1944, the year in which the Allied invasion of Normandy occurred during WW II, June 6 being D-Day). My guess is, Joe skipped mentally from June 15 to June 6, misidentifying Delaware’s Independence (Separation) Day as D-Day, and then sliding over from December 7 because both former commemorative events are in June. And to make the matter even sadder and publicly worse, the kampf occurring in the veep’s head lands his speech on both Normandy beach and December 7, and both still being quite unrelated to the point he’s trying to make with PA’s governor, his geopolitical neighbor (and a notoriously ruthless, maybe sadistic Covidian oppressor). And so he also mistakes another important date in Delaware’s history, December 7, 1787 — which is called Delaware Day, when the state, established officially on June 15, 1776, ratified the United States Constitution and the first state to do so — with Independence Day and D-Day. Joe thus finished his very, very tangled point with near-explosive, all too tragic THUD. And Governor Wolf, struggling through this routinely Bidenesque — often incidental, usually irrelevant, and always tortured — near-inanity, chisels onto his face that kind of sweet-and-sour, heart-tearing, faux-PC-laugh that only betrays a political compatriot’s duty to go along with the self-deluding sense of power Joe seems to feels in his uniformly unsuccessful attempt to be funny. And witty. And appealing.

But it’s not endearing at all, nor is it entertaining now in the least.

I think that to lead Americans politically, Joe’s just got to do better at thinking and speaking, but that doesn’t seem likely to happen.

A Related & Concerned Afterword
Jill Biden, EdD, (educational leadership), sees and must get the meaning and context of her husband’s condition, without a doubt. Therefore, I still wonder, is she still all in on this campaigning gig, a true thing? With six months to go, it seems increasingly apparent to possibly too many now that Joe maybe ought to sit this out, starting very soon, and convalesce, say, at home.

I, and probably many other sympathetic observers like me across the nation — who tend not to find the blood and gore, as it were, being elicited from the skulls of fellow gladiator-like competitors in the political election ring as entertaining — think that, in the end, America would find such skilled and loving support by his wife and other family members as also fair, kind, and wise, as well as nothing short of magnanimous for all concerned.

* Kinda similar to Governor Cuomo’s recently televised update on the nursing home debacle in NY state, that its DoH regulation (of 3/25/20) merely “followed” what CMS issued in its Revised Guidance (of 3/13/20), and the HHS agency’s initial Guidance referenced, promulgated to all nursing homes & other LTCFs. The governor’s assertion is flagrantly mistaken and irresponsible when viewing both documents and important references. Biden’s new gamble — on what, whoever did it first makes him the basic culprit? — is, in my view, nowhere to be found in the C t G interview as C does his professional job in a perfectly civil, knowledgeable, and mature manner, and so Biden’s remark is just as morally treacherous, and scurrilous, as Cuomo’s.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | May 28, 2020 at 6:27 am

What’s Joe doing to Tara Reads?

A few days ago, I was ranting about how the Democrats were throwing Tara Reade under the bus to protect their candidate Gropin’ Joe. Yes, they’re really doing this. I don’t think there’s going to be a last-minute surprise replacement. Gropin’ Joe is the hill they’ve chosen to die on.
PDT must be laughing his ass off.

Anyway, the example I used was a tweet from ambulance-chasing attorney Lisa Bloom, real big on women’s rights don’t you know, who publicly told Reade, hey, sorry, toots, I’m down with Sniffy. Because #OrangeManBad. You’re expendable. I mentioned that Bloom was a sleazebag lawyer more interested in herself than anything else, and how she was fired by another one of Trump’s accusers for this reason. I didn’t remember who it was, but I stumbled upon the identifying tweet in my bookmark, and as you can see below, it’s Kathy Griffin(!) This was back in September of last year when she was facing legal investigation for that photo of her holding up what was supposed to be Donald Trump’s severed head. You can click on the little blue bird ans read the tweet thread, but basically she complained that Bloom soaked her for $40,000 for “representation and advocacy” — and not much else, apparently. Reeling from the downturn in her career, she reaches out for help only to have Bloom turn her plight into a 3-ring circus.

Ace of Spades

. . . Because I can, I should; therefore, I’m correcting my post of today at 0452 to read:

1) Asterisk’s intended placement in post’s first paragraph marking footnote:

It seems the repeating theme making news these days is Joe Biden’s irresponsibility — not only of a personal kind, like the present, oh, not-his-fault, he was just speaking correspondingly with CtG, who wise-cracked first,[*] but maybe, too, of a legal-clinical kind. . . .

2) Misquote of what Joe Biden said to Tom Wolf re his December 7 misstatement:

Not “it’s just like D-Day,” but rather, and more completely, as well: [We declared our independence on December 7th, it’s not just D-Day], he informed and reminded PA’s governor. My discussion that follows is identical; no change is needed.