Can you imagine the outrage that would have come from the media had Donald Trump pointed at specific minority groups and said they were not intelligent enough to use the internet?
Well, Joe Biden just said exactly that, and the media has barely said a peep about it.
WHAT Did He Just Say?
During the election, Joe Biden’s horrifying past of questionable comments regarding minorities were ignored.
So was the fact that Joe Biden considered the late Senator Byrd a mentor (Byrd was a former member of the KKK).
Biden always makes little comments that show how little regard he has for minorities and he did it during his CNN town hall this week.
Regarding finding access to the vaccine and vaccination sites, Biden stated, “Not everybody in the Hispanic and the African-American community, particularly in rural areas that are distant and/or inner-city districts, know how to get online to determine how to get in line for that COVID vaccination.”
— Steven Cheung (@CaliforniaPanda) February 17, 2021
I obviously cannot tell minorities how they should feel about that, but I would think it would be just a bit offensive to say entire groups of people have no clue how to use the internet.
Anderson Cooper should have jumped in right away, but he did not say a word, which is because the mainstream media would not dare challenge Joe Biden on something like this for fear of exposing what he truly is.
Ben Shapiro also recently made some rather accusatory remarks about Biden on this front.
On the policy regarding distribution to “prioritize black, Hispanic and indigenous residents over white people,” Shapiro stated, “Not only is this obviously racist, it happens to engender policy that kills more black people in absolute terms.
“Age is a far better predictor of COVID-19 vulnerability than race: As Dr. Gbenga Ogedegbe of the New York University Grossman School of Medicine found, infected patients die at the same rate regardless of race.
“This means that if you give tranches of the vaccine to patients based on racial concerns rather than age concerns, the most vulnerable black and Latino populations — elderly black people and Latinos — are more likely to die so that younger black and Latinos can receive a vaccine for a disease to which they are probably 10 times less vulnerable.”
If the media won’t get the word out about it, let’s make sure we do!
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