This last week, President Joe Biden spoke at Howard University — one of America’s “leading, historically Black institutions,” as the university self-describes — in college-commencement-speech form.
And, in typical form, the president who views the world through the lens of racial supremacy said this, as covered by Politico:
“White supremacy … is the single most dangerous terrorist threat in our homeland,” Biden said. “And I’m not just saying this because I’m at a Black HBCU. I say this wherever I go.”…
“Fearless progress toward justice often means ferocious pushback from the oldest and most sinister of forces,” Biden said. “That’s because hate never goes away. … It only hides under the rocks. And when it’s given oxygen it comes out from under that rock. And that’s why we know this truth as well: silence is complicity. We cannot remain silent.”
Still, in an apparent reference to former President Donald Trump, Biden acknowledged that the path toward that future is by no means easy:
“Let’s be clear: There are those who don’t see you. Who don’t want this future,” Biden said. “There are those who demonize and pit people against one another. There are those who would do anything and everything, no matter how desperate or immoral, to hold onto power.”
Let’s be really clear, shall we?
Joe Biden is the leader of the only political party in America — the Democrats — that was at least five times on-the-record supporting slavery when that counted. The only political party whose members of Congress opposed the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments abolishing slavery, giving the newly freed slaves due process and the right to vote. He leads the party that staunchly supported the Jim Crow laws of segregation — and has now moved on to supporting the son of segregation, “identity politics.”
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In short, as he made clear again in his Howard speech, Joe Biden is the leader of the Party of Race. He leads the Party of Racial Supremacy, where anyone and everyone is not to be judged, as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. famously said, “by the content of their character” but instead “by the color of their skin.”
As Biden has made crystal clear, he opposes King’s wisdom, appointing everyone and anyone not on the basis of their character but by their skin color.
Back there in the mists of 2013, Dr. Ben Carson appeared on Mark Levin’s radio show and took note of the hostile response he, Carson — a black man — was facing from Democrats.
Mark asked this question:
And you’re attacked in many respects because of your race. You’re not supposed to think like this, and supposed to talk like this. A lot of white liberals just don’t like it, do they?
Replied Carson of white liberals:
Well, they’re the most racist people there are. You know, they put you in a little category, a little box — you have to think this way. How could you dare come off the plantation?
And, of course, Carson is not the only prominent African American to experience this treatment. Over there at the Washington Post, the white liberal reporter Ruth Marcus has repeatedly targeted Justice Clarence Thomas, a black conservative like Carson, for supposed conflicts of interest. Yet she has not a peep when the New York Post points to a conflict of interest concerning white liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Carson’s point about white liberals was illustrated — yet again — by Joe Biden. This time at Howard, there was Biden playing the race-supremacy card. Everything is all about race, whether it’s appointing somebody to office because of their color or condemning “those who don’t see you” — which is to say, those who refuse to judge others by race.
One would think that, 158 years after a Republican president successfully closed the Civil War brought on by Democrats demanding race supremacy, this racial-supremacy nonsense would cease.
But whether it was that infamous 1868 Democrat Party slogan — “This is a white man’s country; let white men rule” — or whether it’s the current leader of today’s Democrat Party demanding to divide by race, enough would be more than enough.
The obvious question?
When will Joe Biden apologize for his party’s support of slavery and segregation, renounce the son of segregation known as “identity politics,” and stop playing the racial supremacy card at college graduations?
Answer? Don’t hold your breath.
Why? Because, sadly if typically, Joe Biden and his party need the politics of racial supremacy to win elections.