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Mark Levin Highlights Joe Biden’s Racist Tendencies Since the Beginning of His Career

 

Will Joe Biden defeat President Trump?

 

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President repeatedly. He had to make a decision, am I going to take him on? That’s not what I want to talk about. Keep asking the president if you will denounce white supremacy. He has done it 20 times. I want to honestly speak to the American people, go over the head of the media tonight, and I want you to ask this question. Is Joe Biden still a white supremacist. That’s right, is he still a bigot? Where do you use his own language, any moderator can find, it took me 40 minutes to dig this up. In 1970, October 12th Joe Biden, he said this to the “Philadelphia inquire.” I think the Democratic Party could stand a liberal George Wallace, someone who is not afraid to stand up and offend people, someone who wouldn’t pander, but would say with the American people know in their gut is right. He says that also, referring to Alabama’s notorious George Wallace. Also 1975, Joe Biden, quote, I think the concept of Busing — that were going to integrate people so that they all have the same access and they learn to grow up with one another and all the rest is a rejection of the whole movement of black pride, is a rejection of the entire black awareness concept where black is beautiful, black culture should be studied and to the cultural awareness and importance of their own identity. If that doesn’t come close to promoting segregation, I don’t know what does. 1977, from “The New York Times,” Joe Biden, old comments. He says that nonorderly racial integration, nonorderly racial integration policies would cause his children to grow up in a racial jungle. He then says, unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a jungle. The jungle being a racial jungle with tensions having built so high that it’s going to explode at some point. Joe Biden. 1977. Old letters he wrote to a racist southern senator, who was as racist and bigoted as I get, a segregationist, Democrat of Mississippi. 1977, I appreciate your help during this week’s committee meeting, attempting to bring my legislation to the boat. He wrote on June 30, 1977, that was in “The Washington Post,” and wonder how they forgot about that? He was a plantation owner who believed blacks were an inferior race and forcefully fought to segregation throughout his career as a democratic lawmaker in Mississippi. They have letters going back between Biden and Eastland back to 1972 about Biden’s friendship with Eastland. Now, let’s go to 1987. It during a 1987 fund-raising trip across The South for his unsuccessful 1988 presidential bid, Biden sought to appeal to white voters, telling audiences that he had received an award from George Wallace. In in 1973. He was one of the outstanding politicians in America. Joe Biden. 1988, also 1988 on the floor of the United States Senate, he praised segregationist John Cena’s. A racist segregationist from Mississippi as a man of character. Even said this of Stennis, who opposed brown versus board of education, a southern them manifesto. This is a racist manifesto, a lot of these governors had signed on to it. Biden even bragged about Stennis gifting him with a table of which the southern manifesto was signed. That’s why we are communicating with the American people, particularly African-Americans of black Americans. 2017 Joe Biden says, I’ve been around so long I’ve worked with James Eastland. Who again was a segregationist from Mississippi. Even in the days when I got there, the Democratic Party still had seven or eight old-fashioned segregationist. He would get up, argue like the devil with them, then you’d go down and have lunch or dinner together. At the political system where we were divided on issues, but the political system worked. That is Biden, 2019, comments he made about working with segregationists. 2019, he had been talking about his time working with Eastland, and then Georgia segregationist Herman Talmadge. In the 1970s, when he began discussing their relationship Biden said, I was in a caucus with James Eastland before imitating a southern accent and saying, he never called me boy. Which as we all know, is a derogatory term used against back men. In the 1994 Biden crime bill, it wasn’t just called the crime filled, it was the Biden crime bill. He was the main author. The democratic house pastor. The president, Bill Clinton, who also has ties to segregationists, he signed it. Biden was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Here’s what he said. Have predators on our streets that society has in fact, in part because of its neglect, created. It’s a speech on the floor of the house, he describes young people, tens of thousands of them, born out of wedlock without parents, without supervision, without any structure, or conscience developing because they literally have not been socialized. If they literally have not had an opportunity. He said, we should focus on them now because if we don’t, or a portion of them, will become the predators. 15 years from now. Who do you think he’s talking about? 1993 editor remarks were similar to comments made by Hillary Clinton in 1996 where she said super predators who had no conscience, no empathy and to needs to be brought to heel. 2010 —

>> Sean: How is it he escaped scrutiny for his bigoted, racist past? Comments coming out of his big mouth. The 2010, eulogy for Robert Byrd, founded the Klan of West Virginia. West Virginia had broken up with Virginia because it was with the union. Robert Byrd starts a chapter of the clan in West Virginia, so excited other Democrats about him, and he filibustered the 1964 civil rights act. It made him the majority leader in the Democratic Party. One of his files was Joe Biden. He fought the 1964 civil rights act. One of the things he said was, to me, or a lot of us, he was a mentor and a friend, for a lot of us he was a guide to. I have a question to ask. Richard Spencer, you ever hear of him? He is one of the heads of the Neo-Nazis movement or the clan, or something of that sort. He endorsed Joe Biden for president of the United States. When our president Donald Trump is asked about David Duke, denounced David Duke, David Duke endorsed you? He denounced it. Over and over again in 20 — Richard Spencer is bigger than David Duke in the crock-pot subhuman white supremacist movement, and Biden is not asked once what he thinks about that.

>> Sean: You have 30 seconds.

>> Let me end with this question. Joe Biden, are you still a white supremacist? Are you still a bigot? Are you exactly what Kamala Harris called you? I think in many ways, you still are. In many ways, you still are. All you do is yell at the president, you call him a liar, you dare to call him a racist? You are a Disaster. At that is why they hide you in the basement, and that’s why you started interrupting the president of the United States, the same thing you did to Paul Ryan. If we had an honest press, rather than corrupt, if we had people who really wanted to get to the bottom of each candidate, Joe Biden would have a chance.

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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