Joe Biden has a long history of making racist remarks.
But the media’s given Biden a pass every time until now.
And now a key Democrat was left in silence after hearing this racist Joe Biden remark.
Republican presidential candidate Larry Elder is desperately trying to boost his name recognition to garner enough support in the polls to qualify for the GOP debates.
As such, Elder will appear on any media outlet that will have him.
That led to Elder appearing on Charlamagne Tha God’s nationally syndicated radio program “The Breakfast Club” which is normally a mandatory stop for any aspiring Democrat politician because of the large audience of black voters that the show reaches.
Charlamagne asked Elder – who is one of the most prominent black conservatives in America – if Elder ever experienced a racial “wake-up call” where Elder supposedly realized white people made him feel inferior because he is black.
Elder dismissed the question as nonsense saying he obviously has known his whole life that he is black and turned it around on Charlamagne asking if he experienced a wake-up call about Joe Biden after an infamous 2020 interview where Biden said if Charlamagne had any more questions for him about his record as opposed to Donald Trump’s then Charlamagne wasn’t a real black man.
“Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” Biden declared.
Elder then tore into Biden as a longtime racist who routinely mistreated black people and that Biden telling black people how they are supposed to think “blew my mind.”
“This guy has done monstrous things to black people and then for him to come in here and tell you how you oughta think as a black person? That blew my mind,” Elder declared.
“I’m amazed that you weren’t mad about that,” Elder added.
“Umm… I’m not going to say that upset me, just like I’m not letting you upset me,” Charlamagne shot back.
Elder then ticked off Biden’s history of racist statements such as in 2012 when he falsely claimed in front of a black audience that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan want to “put y’all back in chains.”
Biden also lied about participating in desegregation efforts in Delaware and marching with Nelson Mandela.
Charlamagne asked Elder how he would have handled Biden degrading his blackness with his comment that no one can be black and be for Trump.
“What I just now said — how dare you insult me and tell me how to think as a human being, let alone a black person. I don’t tell you how to think, Joe Biden, how dare you come in here and tell me how I should think. I’m going to vote for Donald Trump if I want to vote for Donald Trump. And if I want to vote for Donald Trump, that does not make me not black,” Elder answered.
“How insulting is that? How condescending is that?” Elder concluded.
A visibly stunned Charlamagne had no choice but to agree with Elder.
“Mmm. You’re probably right. But I didn’t take it that way,” Charlamagne admitted.