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“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black” – Biden to black radio host

“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black” – Biden to black radio host

Biden has benefitted by his hiding-in-the-basement strategy, which allows his handlers to minimize his gaffes. But even in that controlled environment, Biden gonna Biden, a preview of the general election.

Joe Biden is a disaster waiting to happen every time he opens his mouth.

It’s why his basement isolation strategy has worked so well for him. In that highly controlled environment, his handlers can minimize the gaffes.

A good example of what the general election holds in store for when Biden no longer can hide was revealed during a Biden appearance on The Breakfast Club, hosted by ‘Charlamagne Tha God’:

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

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

Aside from that comment, Biden generally came across as a crazy person:

Here’s the full appearance:


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2smartforlibs | May 22, 2020 at 9:24 am

Correction if you don’t support Quid Pro Joe your not on the plantation.

Were the Hutu or Tutsi “black”? In post-apartheid South Africa, were the Progressive or their lynched victims “black”? In American urban jungles? Does one drop make someone black or white? Is it principle (“character”) or diversity?

MattLauersNob | May 22, 2020 at 9:38 am

I’m not going to listen to that buffoon’s interview but can anyone tell me if Creepy Uncle Joe threw a “lawks a lordy” into the mix.

So the conversation was something like this:

Interviewer: “**** you! Pay me!”
Biden: “I don’t have to pay you. I’m the boss. You pay me!”
Interviewer: “**** you! Pay me!”

Politics is a funny business.

texansamurai | May 22, 2020 at 10:03 am

at least they took his bib off

You mean black like you, Joe?

Just when you think Biden couldn’t get any more racist with his “can’t go into a 7-11 without a slight Indian accent” comment, he digs miles deeper with his “you ain’t Black” comment.

Blaise MacLean | May 22, 2020 at 10:23 am

What strikes me is the context. It is absolutely clear that Biden is pandering and that the radio station is there to be pandered to. It is nothing more or less than a campaign ad under the guise of an “interview”. Biden and the “host” orchestrate what message has to go out during this and future “interviews”. While this is total intellectual dishonesty on the part of the host (nothing new in the media) I wonder why this glorified and disguised campaign ad doesn’t attract the attention of (or a complaint to) the FEC.

    JLSpeidel in reply to Blaise MacLean. | May 22, 2020 at 11:44 am

    Charlemagne is very well respected in the black community. This show is huge. He does a good job. His isn’t a political show so when he has these people on, it isn’t meant to be hard hitting. This is the show that Hillary declared she carried hot sauce in her purse.

      healthguyfsu in reply to JLSpeidel. | May 22, 2020 at 11:56 am

      He’s not exactly a hard-hitting journalist. I’ve seen his narcissistic garbage before and am not surprised one bit.

      I listened to a few segments of his show this morning and if he is asking such questions and with attitude, you can bet his large black audience feels the same way.

The media and dnc spinmasters are going to have to get creative to deflect this one
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Pretty funny, huh?

A member of the Democrat/KKK party telling a black to get back on the plantation, pick up his canvas back, and start picking the cotton the Democrat way,

This just shows how black people are taken for granted by Democrat party. Get back on the plantation y’all before Trump puts ya back in chains.

I only know what I see as far as being black in America. I see blacks here in Chicago area finally, after fighting for their long denied civil rights and upending Jim Crow, fully participating in the robust PDJT economy. A capitalist, job creating, wealth generating machine that has spawned the lowest black unemployment rates in history. Why they vote almost exclusively for the party who consistently enforced Jim Crow and denied them civil rights is a mystery to me. The Dems hate capitalism-profit is a dirty word to them- and they will, in the words of Gropey Joe, put them back in chains. The chains of socialism.

many believe Jim Clyburn’s endorsement kickstarted Biden’s campaign before Super Tuesday, I would love to here his response to this one

DNC lawyers studying a way to invoke the 25th amendment at the swearing in ceremony just in case Biden wins.

Are the d trying to punk us? Seriously, are they trying to lose on purpose?

Katy L. Stamper | May 22, 2020 at 12:06 pm

I hope the sentiment is shared by other blacks. “No, you tell me what you can do for blacks, then we’ll see how we’ll vote.”

Smelling a little coffee in the morning is a good thing.

Not sure what everyone is shocked about…Biden didn’t say anything that democrats don’t already believe.

Not getting as much attention, but I thought this was even worse and funnier.

Scott Adams (Dilbert creator) has a different take. He says if you look at the larger clip, where you can see the context, that he thinks Biden’s quote went over well with blacks. He says the larger clip shows that Biden and Charlamagne really like each other; they have “really good chemistry.” They know each other. Adams says in context, Biden’s comment is just a confirmation of the fact that 90% of blacks always vote for Dems regardless of anything.

So in context, he says this comment is a “home run” to blacks. Adams is a huge critic of Biden and a huge Trump supporter. So I think we need to understand the quote, not as it strikes us (eg, racist gaffe), but as most blacks will interpret it. I don’t like it, but I think Scott Adams is right in this case.

    buck61 in reply to Sally MJ. | May 22, 2020 at 1:51 pm

    even if your theory is correct, who is going to watch the full clip, just like Chuck Todd and Bill Barr last weekend

      Sally MJ in reply to buck61. | May 22, 2020 at 2:47 pm

      It’s not my theory. I can’t control what anybody else thinks. If we are intellectually honest, we need to understand how most blacks interpret it, not by how it hits me, or how I wish they would think about it. I would much rather it be received by blacks as a racist comment. But if that’s not the way 90% of blacks take it, it will have Little effect on how they like Biden. Ten percent of blacks will take this as negative, as we do; 90% will be fine with it.

    I really wish people wouldn’t decide on a candidate based on “I like what I hear” rather than “I like what he’s doing” … there’s such a gap between what gets promised and what gets delivered.

    I can accept that Joe’s comment would be accepted by the audience in context of the CDG interview and what Joe had said to that point … but what happens when we look at Joe’s career and ALL that he has said?

    Then what Joe said “… you ain’t black” is just another fear tactic and a more subtle way of saying “he’ll put y’all back in chains” … so if we clear the deck of all the damnable fear mongering the man has done – the bullshit and bluster – and compare what each has DONE – TRUMP is the better president for the black community – better for them than BHO/JB …

    To that end, whomever the D’s regurgitate as their nominee, I hope Trump puts up his record of doing in comparison with the D’s record in BHO/Biden – even Clinton – to show the clear difference between promises/bluster and genuine action.

    Employment, prison reform, etc. And he should ask the question, albeit rhetorically, so who is REALLY keeping y’all in chains? Who barks the loudest to keep y’all on the plantation?

    I hope Trump goes there. Calls the senile old quid-pro-quo gaffe machine out on his BS.

    henrybowman in reply to Sally MJ. | May 22, 2020 at 6:47 pm

    I’m thinking to the average black radio host, maybe. But to the host who recently told his followers to buy guns? Maybe not…

      JimWoo in reply to henrybowman. | May 22, 2020 at 11:25 pm

      I have no problem with anything he said. Blacks have every right to arm themselves and act appropriately and responsibly against any threat.

      Rand in reply to henrybowman. | May 23, 2020 at 2:36 pm

      I just love political controversy when the shoe is on the other foot. Usually, the black community is all in support of criminal justice reform, but when they hate the accused, all that goes out the window, even those policies that largely benefit black defendants. And the practical suggestion, normally heresy to the left, that we will always have bad guys out there so maybe being armed is a good way to defend yourself suddenly makes more sense to some of them.

Joe fancies himself the plantation overseer

The Biden Gaffe Machine just did the Monster Mash on his crank again… both feet. That sucker must look like a beaver’s tail by now. Sheesh.

Mendelbaum! Mendelbaum!

Albigensian | May 22, 2020 at 6:27 pm

An honest press would rip Biden beyond viability for trying to define what is or is not authentically black.

As if he would/could know. But even if he somehow did, The Rules do not permit old white men to define such things. At best an honest media would respond to this with scathing ridicule.

henrybowman | May 22, 2020 at 6:43 pm

“Because LBJ promised America that you ni*ers would be voting Democratic for the next 200 years, and how dare you break that great man’s promise to all of us? How DARE you?”

I realize that’s the catchphrase of a different mental deficient, but Biden’s down with plagiarism, and Democrats never get indicted for anything, so no big deal.

BierceAmbrose | May 22, 2020 at 8:20 pm

Why are The Screaming-D’s so sure free black people are so locked in? President Johnson’s strategy still working?

    randian in reply to BierceAmbrose. | May 22, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    Why shouldn’t they be sure? I see little evidence that progressive policies, no matter how disastrous they are for the black community, are repugnant enough to that community to affect their voting patterns. They vote for the Democrats no matter how bad Democrat policies are for them, and the Democrat leadership knows it.

That’s good old Joe. I just found out I’m not black. MAGA 2020

OMG, I can’t wait for the televised debate between Trump and Biden. This is going to be very interesting.