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Joe Biden’s Racist Roots Shine Through, Slips Up And Says “Poor Kids” Are As Bright As “White Kids”

Speculation, Opinion and Analysis by KB| Former Vice President Joe Biden has been making his rounds on the campaign trail, pushing the narrative that there has been a rise in white supremacy in America, and President Donald Trump is to blame. Interestingly enough, Biden managed to take a swing at minorities and “poor kids.”

Bongino.com reports, “Taking time out of his busy schedule of insulting the President to speak to a group of predominantly Asian and Hispanic voters that ‘poor kids are just as bright, just as talented, as white kids.'”

It was reported by the New York Post that the former Vice President spoke “about education at a town hall with the Asian and Latino Coalition in Des Moines, where he’s campaigning and fundraising for the 2020 Democratic primary.” While speaking at the event Biden stated, “we should challenge students in these schools and have advanced placement programs in these schools. We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor, you cannot do it.”

Bongino.com posted a rebuttal to Biden’s comments:

Correction, former Vice President, you and the backwards policies of your party are the ones who believe poor people “cannot do it.” It is you and your party who believe people have no prayer for survival unless the government steps in, and that foundation creates laws and programs that don’t allow “poor kids” to get out of the conditions in which they were born into. So do not say “we have this notion” unless you are willing to specify that Democrats and progressives are the “we.”

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Politico later reported on Biden’s comments about his original remarks:

Joe Biden said Saturday that he misspoke when he botched a line about poor children and white children while campaigning in Iowa this week, adding that he doubted anyone misunderstood him.

“Look, I misspoke,” Biden told reporters at a gun violence forum here. “I meant to say ‘wealthy.’ I’ve said it 15 [times]. On the spot, I explained it. At that very second, I explained it. And so, the fact of the matter is that I don’t think anybody thinks that I meant anything other than what I said I meant.”

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