Joe Biden: We Were Able To Stay Home During COVID Because of Some Black Woman Stocking Grocery Shelves


Editor’s Note: Our readers responded strongly to this story when it originally ran; we’re reposting it here in case you missed it.

It’s impossible to know if Joe Biden is suffering from a cognitive decline or just really bad at speaking.

In any event, the current president always seems to get himself into trouble when he veers away from prepared remarks.

It’s probably at least partially why his campaign avoided letting him speak to reporters with any kind of regularity.

Biden often utters profoundly dumb or senseless statements, and sometimes those statements contain either a racial element or a racist undertone.

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That’s problematic when you’re the leader of the Democratic Party, which portrays itself as a modern civil rights movement.

Early in his 47-year career, Biden called the idea of an integrated school a “racial jungle,” and on the campaign trail in 2020, he told a black radio host on his radio program that if he wasn’t voting for him, then “you ain’t black.”

The host’s blackness was apparently contingent on whether he voted for him.

Another racial remark during the 2020 campaign came to light belatedly because the establishment media apparently again ran interference for Biden.

NBC News proudly aired a roundtable discussion in which Biden addressed reporters on Sept. 15, 2020.

But the network that allowed the intrepid Brian Williams to run rampant with lies at the “Nightly News” desk for 11 years neglected to tell us that Biden used a portion of his speaking time at the event to insinuate that black women are only fit for work in stocking grocery store shelves.

Speaking of Americans at large, Biden said people were starting to realize that “the reason I was able to stay sequestered in my home was because some black woman was able to stock the grocery shelf.”

It’s no wonder Biden has often resorted to plagiarism. His original thoughts are less than inspiring.

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Biden’s “black woman” comment drew criticism as it spread online:

You can’t even fault Biden at this point either for uttering the comment or for the fact that it has only just gone viral.

This is simply who he is.

The controversy is on the country’s activist media, which chose to ignore the grocery store remark about black women.

During the 2020 campaign, Biden was locked away in his basement for the better part of several months, hiding from the coronavirus while hardworking Americans lost jobs, braved going out to live life and had their mental health ravaged by the pandemic’s psychological symptoms.

The media helped to push the fear, the death toll numbers and the lockdowns, all while keeping us perfectly safe from Biden’s latest comments disparaging minorities.

Meanwhile, then-President Donald Trump talked the talk and walked the walk when it came to the pandemic.

Trump, unfairly called a racist, was the leader who would not ask you to do something he himself was not willing to do.

He championed confidence and faith amid an unprecedented health crisis, while Biden peddled lies, fear and subtle racism from relative safety.

Trump brought black unemployment to its lowest level ever.

Biden is still an out-of-touch career politician, and in his mind — one could conclude — Trump’s record on minority jobs kept him from going hungry all these months.

Who’s the racist?

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Johnathan Jones has worked as a reporter, an editor, and producer in radio, television and digital media.
Johnathan "Kipp" Jones has worked as an editor and producer in radio and television. He is a proud husband and father.