Updated: Aug 31, 2020
Immediately after Joe Biden said the 3 words ‘you ain’t black’ to Charlemagne, it was as if a nuclear bomb had gone off, and like Hillary’s ‘Deplorables’ comment four years ago, Biden and his handlers knew it would be devastating. There are things you shouldn’t say but you can still overcome, and there are things that can destroy you permanently, that was one of them. The astonishing thing is that that line might have actually been practiced and scripted and someone let him go out there and say it! Obviously we can’t know for certain yet, but Hillary’s ‘Basket of Deplorables’ comments were⏤so I wouldn’t be at all surprised. Telling a black man on the nation’s top urban radio show when he asks you to come back on his show because he still has some questions, that ‘If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black’ is next level chaos and it immediately blew up the internet, especially Twitter. #YouAintBlack and #JoeBidenIsARacist began trending right away, and the responses and memes were swift and brutal, from all parts of the political spectrum. Obviously black Trump supporters were offended, although they’re used to those types of comments from Democrats, both white and black, with many making excellent videos about it. Trump senior adviser Katrina Pierson said in a statement. “He truly believes that he, a 77-year-old white man, should dictate how Black people should behave.” Fox’s Harris Faulkner stated ‘I’ve been fighting against this notion that you’re not black enough unless you think a certain way, you vote a certain way, you speak a certain way, you do certain things, my whole life’ which Trump retweeted; and there were many others, as this is a common sentiment from anyone who’s gone against the Democrat racial orthodoxy.
What was interesting though was the response from people on the Left. Sure there were those Democrat operatives and media hacks who quickly fell in line, from black Democrats like Val Demings and Donna Brazille to Jamele Hill to the ‘heifers that hate Trump’ on the View, who would literally accept Biden killing someone on live television as long as they thought they he might be able to beat Trump. But among those in the ADOS movement like Tariq Nasheed, there was outright dismissal of Biden, calling out his historically racist comments, such as having given himself credit for working with segregationists and his work on the Crime Bill. Even Leftist (and in my opinion, racist) Marc Lamont Hill blasted Biden on Twitter: “Joe Biden’s comments demonstrate how Democrats take Black votes for granted. It’s sad how often Democrat candidates become indignant when asked about an actual Black agenda. His response, whatever his intention, was reflective of a broader and deeper problem.” Although Biden clumsily tried to apologize, and his black campaign manager tried to take up for him, dismissing the comments, as most other Democrats have, (of course!), the reality of this firestorm is that it exposes what we conservatives have always known, which is that whatever liberals accuse you of doing, it is they who are actually doing it. Anyone with a brain can SEE that Democrats both assume black people will vote for them, which they do 85-95% of the time, and they take the black vote for granted. They saw it with Hillary going on the same show The Breakfast Club in 2016 saying, when asked about something she always carries in her purse the ridiculous ‘Hot Sauce’ answer. And to make it worse, when the hosts laughed and said ‘come on now, people are going to think you’re pandering’, she actually said ‘Well, is it working?’ Charlemagne should’ve hit back harder against her, and against Biden, but he’s essentially the Al Sharpton of Hip Hop, so his job as well is to fall in line. Everyone knows about Hillary’s ridiculous ‘Ain’t no ways tired’ speech in a black church with a fake Southern accent, but all the white Democrats do it. Biden himself adopted a fake Southern accent against Romney, saying ‘They gonna put y’all back in chains’, and Al Gore’s ‘They don’t wanna even count you in the census’ diatribe of long ago. They all change the way they speak in front of predominantly black audiences. Even Comrade Cortez, who thinks she’s ‘Latina’ but is actually a descendent of conquistadors, did it with her idiotic ‘Ain’t nothing wrong with that’ in reference to her being proud to be a bartender when speaking to Sharpton’s NAN audience. But it’s not even just white liberals, it’s (half) black liberals like Kamala, who, though from California, suddenly sported a Southern accent when she said that if it weren’t for voter suppression, Stacey Abrams would be ‘Guvna of Gawgia’, and Obama, who drops the last letters of certain words in front of black audiences. The question that never gets asked aggressively enough in these situations is the obvious one: Do Democrats (white and black) think that black people can only understand them unless they speak in a southern accent or only with ‘Ebonics’? And if so, what does that say about what they think about black voters? And why don’t black voters see this? Well, hopefully, now they do, because Biden inadvertently let the cat out of the bag with his ‘you ain’t black’ comments. And consider that this is after he’d already said (& gotten away with) this about Obama: “I mean, you’ve got the first sort of mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a story-book, man’. Because, you see, Democrats actually do think that unless black people vote for them that they’re ‘not black enough’. They pull the ‘black card’ on every single black conservative who dares to question the Democrat orthodoxy and challenge the Democrats to defend their right to the black vote. But more than that, those simple three words ‘You ain’t black’ signify Democrats saying to the descendants of people who’ve been enslaved, segregated, denigrated, and marginalized, not only during their times of oppression, but in climbing out of it that they’re only authentically black if they vote Democrat. Isn’t that the very definition of racist? In addition to the racial discrimination from those outside of their race, there is a horrible stigma within the black community about issues like education, how they speak, how they act, etc. They’ve heard the words ‘you’re acting white’ when they speak proper English, have certain jobs, or don’t act in a way that’s determined to be ‘black enough’ based on some bizarre checklist of blackness. Sure, there are cultural bonds that unite people with similar experiences, like food, music, church, etc., but in the black community in America, there are also cultural rules and breaking those rules can be costly. One of those ‘rules’ is that blacks vote Democrat. Much like on the slave plantation, where it was not only white slave masters, but black overseers, when a slave dared to escape, the punishment was swift and fierce and meant to send a message to anyone else that it would happen to them as well. Such is how it happens on the ideological ‘plantation’, and Democrats have used this method successfully, managing to get the overwhelming majority of black votes for the past 50-60 years.
Biden felt so comfortable saying out loud what so many Democrats, particularly white liberals, already think– we have the black vote. It’s a repulsive notion, but one that has worked for them.
Thus, the question at hand is what the ultimate fallout will be. Will there have been enough outrage from this horrible, painful attack on their humanity to make black Americans – who built this country – refuse to go along with the Democrat self-proclaimed ‘ownership’ of their vote, which Biden’s comments illustrate, or will it cause a rebellion of Liberty, of a throwing off the shackles of conformity and presumption to say ‘You have no RIGHT to our vote, you’ll have to EARN it’?! We shall see, as obviously, there are still 5+ more months until the election. One thing is for certain, the country will certainly be better off when Democrats are relieved of their ability to throw the race card and we can just be ‘Americans’. Then we will truly be on our way to ‘a more Perfect Union’.