Oh, boy… Joe Biden has stepped in it again.
But what else is new?
During a barely watched town hall with CNN, Biden appeared to say that black people are too stupid to use the internet.
Can you imagine if President Trump said anything remotely close to that?
It would be in the media and on our social media feeds 24/7.
But because Biden said it, there’s hardly a peep.
Well, if the Democrats want the country to unify, then let’s give them a taste of their own medicine!
Make sure that all your friends see this!
Below is the incredibly INSENSITIVE, racially-tinged statement by Joe Biden:
Biden says blacks are too stupid to know how to use the internet. pic.twitter.com/xAqpZOvFei
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) February 17, 2021
Joe Biden says blacks and Hispanics can't figure out how to use the Internet, so they don't know where to get vaccinated. 🤦🏻♂️ From last night's CNN Town Hall event. pic.twitter.com/4LjPvsocf6
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) February 18, 2021
Watch Joe Biden's Craziest Town Hall Gaffes, including his saying that blacks and hispanics don't know how to use the internet: https://t.co/tSjdeAHFwp
— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) February 18, 2021
It’s not just Trump…
We all know that if ANY Republican said what Biden said, that they would be in hot water.
So why does he get away with it?
Well, social media users are now making fun of Biden, including many black and minority conservatives!
One user recording a video and said:
Can Someone Teach My Black A$$ How to Use the Internet?
Can someone teach my Black a$$ how to use the internet?? 😅 pic.twitter.com/brBsM1iSCe
— Shemeka Michelle (@ShemekaMichelle) February 18, 2021
And what award will Biden get for saying on CNN town hall that Blacks and Hispanics don't know how to use the internet when looking for the Covid 19 vaccine?
— ALBERT E. LEWIS (@LewisathomeE) February 17, 2021
What we learned from Biden last night:
-he received some vaccine in January but apparently it wasn’t the COVID vaccine.
-he thinks genocide is just different cultural norms.
-he thinks Blacks & Hispanics don’t know how to use the internet.
— Brenna Spencer (@BrennaSpencer) February 17, 2021
As you can imagine, hardly any media outlet covered this story.
But the fine folks over at The Blaze had this write-up about the incident:
President Joe Biden said Tuesday that one of the biggest challenges to distributing the coronavirus vaccine is that many people in Hispanic and black communities don’t know how to use the internet to find out where they can get their doses.
“A lot of people don’t know how to register,” Biden said during a CNN town hall. “Not everybody in the community, in the Hispanic and the African-American community, particularly in rural areas that are distant and, or inner-city districts know how to use, know how to get online to determine how to get in line for that COVID vaccination at the Walgreens.”
Critics accused the president, well known for making numerous gaffes throughout his political career, of stereotyping racial minorities.
Biden’s longer answer was in response to a question about racial disparities in coronavirus care from Dr. Dessie Levy, a registered nurse. Levy asked the president about vaccine rollout and concerns that black Americans are being vaccinated at lower rates than white Americans.
“There is some history of blacks being used as guinea pigs in other experiments, as I need not tell you, doctor, over the last 50 to 75 to 100 years in America, so there’s a concern about getting the vaccine whether it’s available or not,” Biden said. “But the biggest part of it is access, physical access.”
The president described how his administration, with the advice of the Congressional Black Caucus, is focused on distributing vaccines to community health centers in minority neighborhoods hit hardest by COVID to get “a million doses a week” delivered.
“We have opened up and I’m making sure that there’s doses of vaccine for over 6,700 pharmacies, because almost everyone lives within, not always walking distance, but within the distance of being able to go to the pharmacy, like when you got your flu shot,” Biden said.
He also said the administration is employing mobile vans to deliver vaccine doses to neighborhoods where people may have a difficult time traveling to the nearest pharmacy.
“The fact is if you’re 70 years old, you don’t have a vehicle, and you live in a tough neighborhood, meaning it’s a high concentration of COVID, you’re not likely be able to walk five miles to go get a vaccine,” he explained.
“We’re also committed to spend $1 billion on public education to help people figure out how they can get in there. That’s why we’re also trying to set up mass vaccination centers, like places in stadiums and the like.”
“Are you concerned about the rollout of this online?” host Anderson Cooper asked. Biden said he was, before criticizing the Trump administration’s vaccine distribution plan.
In other words, it appears as though $1 billion will be spent to help minorities use the internet.
Not only is that insulting, but it is also a waste of hard-earned tax payer money.
Do you miss President Trump yet?