Joe Biden committed one gaffe on camera that could be the final nail in his coffin

Joe Biden was having a good run in the Presidential election.

Biden was leading in the polls, but his momentum just came to a screeching halt.

And Joe Biden committed one gaffe on camera that could be the final nail in his coffin.

Joe Biden may be leading in the polls, but many Democrat Party strategists understand that Biden has an enthusiasm problem with younger voters and especially young black voters.

To cure that problem, Biden’s campaign arranged an interview with popular radio host “Charlamange tha God” on his Breakfast Club on Hot 97.1FM in New York City.

The interview turned disastrous when Charlamagne asked Biden about his disastrous record on issues pertaining to the black community and Biden claimed that if Charlamagne couldn’t figure out if he was for Trump or Biden then he “ain’t black.”

With one comment Biden erased 1.3 million black Americans who voted for President Trump in 2016.

A 78-year-old white man told blacks who thought different than him they were not authentically black.

The backlash was swift.

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott wrote, “Joe Biden’s comments are the most arrogant and condescending thing I’ve heard in a very long time. I am offended, but not surprised.”

President Trump is trying to win a greater share of the black vote in 2020.

Joe Biden is struggling to motivate young black voters to turnout for him.

Biden’s gaffe will work against him on both of those counts.

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  1. Esther says:

    Having candidates like Waters, Biden, Pelosi et al is proof positive that we need to have term limits, mandatory retirement and if possible an IQ test. Listen to the crap these people vomit out. I watched the impeachment hearings and was stunned at how stunningly ridiculous Mueller was. And this man was going to judge our elected president? The house of reps is chock filled with senile old farts or stupid people like that idiot AOC. It’s house cleaning time folks. This is our country and I refuse to be governed by jackasses. Vote republican all the way.

  2. Eric says:

    Maxine Waters would be a far better President than the serial sexual assaulter, racist mobster Trump.

    Be a far better President ~ Haha! Someone like her who tells a group of her brain dead sheeple to attack anyone who is a Pres Trump supporter!

  3. Eric says:

    Maxine Waters would be a far better President than the serial sexual assaulter, racist mobster Trump.

    Mad Max herself is a racist.

  4. Trumpsux says:

    Maxine Waters would be a far better President than the serial sexual assaulter, racist mobster Trump.

  5. Vasu Murti says:

    “The former Vice President looked like a formidable candidate last year when he entered the race.

    “But Biden showed his age – he would be the oldest President ever inaugurated – and his cognitive decline as the campaign dragged on.

    “Biden put away Bernie Sanders not because of Biden’s superior skills as a candidate, but because the party establishment ganged up on Sanders and dragged Biden across the finish line.”

    “And there’s Uncle Joe / he’s a movin’ kind of slow / at the junction…”

    “Biden’s old age, constant gaffes, and inability to remember basic facts or get through a speech without stumbling over his words concerns many Democrats.

    “This debate – where Biden was called out for age by a fellow Democrat – shows the attacks on Biden’s growing senility are starting to take hold.”

    If elected president, Joe Biden would be the oldest president ever elected. In 1980, that’s what they were saying about Ronald Reagan. In 2016, Donald Trump became the oldest person ever elected president.

    A “doddering figurehead” ? That’s the way we Democrats saw Reagan!

    “I just came into political consciousness when Reagan was Pres…Many hated and satirized him …That he was old and obviously not all there somehow worked to his advantage.

    “At end of his years Reagan seemed like an irrelevant figure always on vacation. He should have credit for recognizing the new Soviet generation of leadership, but his economic legacy pervades to this day and ultimately stifled his successor, Bush1″

    –SIlverSpringlib on Salon.com

    I was in high school during the Carter Administration, and in college during the Reagan years. Your observations are fairly accurate, especially when you write:

    “That he was old and obviously not all there somehow worked to his advantage.”

    Part of Reagan’s “charm” with the public was coming across as a kind, grandfatherly figure. Some of us saw through it, though. A female friend in college commented, “Oh, I think he’s awful!”

    You write: “At end of his years Reagan seemed like an irrelevant figure always on vacation.”

    That describes his second term as a lame-duck President, and that was especially true in the aftermath of the Iran-Contra scandal. But it is an eerily accurate depiction of his entire time in office.

    In 1984, my friend Greg commented that it seems like Reagan doesn’t do anything: we see him talk to reporters, make a few jokes, and then go inside the White House.

    Greg then began to paint a picture of Reagan going inside the White House, cozying up with a cup of chamomile tea, sitting on a rocking chair, pulling a shawl over himself…

    I broke up laughing: “It sounds like you’re describing a Norman Rockwell picture!” I exclaimed.

    “Well, look at who we’re talking about…” Greg responded.

    “He should have credit for recognizing the new Soviet generation of leadership, but his economic legacy pervades to this day and ultimately stifled his successor, Bush1″

    A politically liberal friend of my father’s commented once that Reagan forced the Soviet Union into an arms race they knew they couldn’t win, and thus brought them to the bargaining table.

    I’ll give Reagan the credit for having met with the new Soviet generation of leadership.

    During the 1980s, Dennis McKinsey, an agnostic schoolteacher in Ohio, was publishing Biblical Errancy: a newsletter pointing out biblical errors and contradictions, while giving equal time for Bible believers and/or apologists to respond.

    Dennis McKinsey commented in 1987 (to a Christian who had written in) that it’s possible to discuss our deeply held and cherished beliefs with our ideological opponents without resorting to personal attacks:

    “Just ask Reagan and Gorbachev!” he exclaimed.

    “…his economic legacy pervades to this day and ultimately stifled his successor, Bush1″

    Since Reagan, Republicans have embraced tax cuts as the solution to all social ills.

    When Republican Dan Lundgren ran for governor of California against Gray Davis in 1998, his television ads had him declaring, “I’m going to cut your taxes.”

    Lundgren lost, and one political observer said he ran what would have been a good campaign a decade earlier: in *1988* !

    Thom Hartmann eloquently responds to both the religious right and the conservative call for tax cuts in his 2003 book, What Would Jefferson Do?, by pointing out that our tax dollars provide us with roads, schools, and an infrastructure we tend to take for granted.

    “…That he was old and obviously not all there somehow worked to his advantage.

    “At end of his years Reagan seemed like an irrelevant figure always on vacation.”

    During the first few years of the Clinton Administration, my friend Ruth (pro-life feminist and pro-life Democrat) and I were attending Feminists For Life meetings together here in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1994, Ruth said that when she told some friends of hers who were fellow Democrats but more liberal than herself about the recent news that Reagan had Alzheimer’s, they immediately responded:

    “Oh, we’ve known that for years!”

  6. sharon says:

    Eric try changing a word or 2 but leaving the basic thought you intended to make. That has worked for me.

  7. Eric says:

    Censorship Fascistbook style!

  8. Eric says:

    Moderator, what was so offensive about my most recent couple of posts?! >:(

  9. brenda says:

    So who do you think are supporting the Dems including Obama the biggest commie there is! George Soros richest man in the world raised under the tutaledge of Hitler. It ts or was said in the 90’s he owned a house in every state in the USA for political reasons and he sponsored Obama (it is said) he got Obama to the Presidency. There can not be a more vile man in the world and he has a son ready to take his place, he is a Hitler make no mistake. He enough money to buy anything!

  10. sharon says:

    And once again the saying goes-“don’t paint everyone with the same brush.” People will vote for whom they want and for their own reasons. Some will switch a political party, some will vote as they always have, some have found better circumstances under this President-some might have had better under the last. Whatever their reasons-that is their right to choose. However I would like the election to be fair and honest and free of voter fraud. I’m for voter ID and yes, you need to show ID’s for many things. So please don’t belittle the voting public with the nonsense that people of any color don’t have an ID. or can’t get one. AND IF VOTING IS IMPORTANT TO YOU-SHOW UP AT THE POLLS AND VOTE IN PERSON. If you’re unable due to health or living conditions-I suggest a family member or loved one be with when you fill out your absentee ballot-not some stranger who popped into your room.

  11. Hadrian Alexander says:

    Bender….your TDS is incurable. Well there is one cure….. what a complete idiot

  12. Bender says:

    Why did this site remove my comment? Show how anti American cadet bone spurs is by minimizing the 100000 American lives lost to covid and tanking of the economy under his lack of leadership. Good thing he got back to golf and ignoring the heroes who lost their lives to let him grab women by the p***y. True Americans are sickened by his blaming everyone else for his failure.

  13. Bender says:

    And this Memorial day weekend cadet bone spurs sent out angry texts, made baseless claims about a perceived enemy, and played golf. Our great soldiers died so a rich white man can grab women by the p***y. You people make me and true Americans sick.

  14. Biden is nothing more than a crazy old racist pervert who has no business even running for President. He needs to be locked up in a Rubber Room !

  15. Eric says:

    The Dims are absolutely beyond pathetic as their candidate and his still unknown VP pick is like a runway pageant. First time in history a truly neurological misfit is pressured by their family to run for the WH and then have their VP pick runner up take over after their mental faculties are totally kaput!

    MAGAKAGATRUMP2020!!

  16. Mike Siegfried says:

    Biden has been in politics most of his life and he’s done nothing but enriched himself, his family and friends at the taxpayers expense. If you think he’s going to do something for you because you’re black then you are as dumb as that sounds.

  17. bill says:

    Hey Karas, Obuma was popular with the black people. We ( white conservatives ) HATED that non American Muslim BUM. Get it straight ya nitwit.

  18. Carl says:

    Go on with this baseless prattle you Trump haters. It will all prove fruitless as the true American voter sees through all this smoke screen the DNC is pushing. It’s a futile attempt to hide the truth about just another flawed presidential candidate. namely Joe Biden. They so afraid this shadow of a statesman will pull another earth shaking gaffe they’re keeping him under wraps in his basement. Big mistake, Dems cause the race is to the swift, and Uncle Joe ain’t swift.

  19. Jeffrey Karas says:

    The idiots in this comment section sit back and lambaste a loose lipped and silly man in Biden while the real hardcore racist is their degenerate president, Donald Trump. Do you people not realize the tremendous popularity of Barrack Obama who Trump has spent the last few weeks trying to nail to a cross? That was a huge mistake for Trump whose epic mishandling of Covid 19 left him desperate and gasping for air. So, what did Trump do? He played to his personal weakness and racism in attacking Obama. We, who despise Trump, thank him for his idiocy.

  20. Ronsch says:

    I actually know some black people and they know perfectly well that Trump, a white nationalist (at one of his recent outings he praised Henry Ford’s “bloodlines” — Henry Ford was a known supporter of Hitler) will never be their friend. They may believe that the Democrats need to step up a bit more, but they know that Trump never will.

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