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Jim Crowe Joe: The Ugly Story Of An Ugly Man


Joe Biden has a long history of racism.

Whether it be his off handed comments about people of color, or his long legislative history of defending segregation and other racist measures.

A new book titled “The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power” by Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger details one incident centered around the Biden family home.

Schreckinger claims that the Biden family moved into a house with a restrictive covenant prohibiting black people from ever living in or owning the house.

While these covenants cannot be legally enforced today, they still shed light on the Biden family, their values, and their intentions.

Democrats desperately want to ignore the fact that Joe is a racist, but as I said earlier, his history of racism and discriminatory stances go way back:

The house incident was mentioned by Fox News:

During the first years of Biden’s Senate tenure, he moved into the house his parents had vacated in Faulkland, Delaware. Over a decade later it was reported that the house came with a “restrictive covenant” that said the house couldn’t be “owned or occupied by any Negro or person of Negro extraction,” the book claims.

Biden pushed back against the restrictive covenant in 1986, saying that his parents, Joseph Sr. and Jean, “filed a declaration of disavowal saying they find the restriction morally repugnant and they are not bound by it,” according to the Associated Press. Biden also claimed the deed his dad signed did not include the restrictive covenant.

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New York Magazine detailed the long and racist history of Jim Crowe Joe:

Joe Biden once called state-mandated school integration “the most racist concept you can come up with,” and Barack Obama “the first sort of mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean.”

He was a staunch opponent of “forced busing” in the 1970s, and leading crusader for mass incarceration throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s. Uncle Joe has described African-American felons as “predators” too sociopathic to rehabilitate — and white supremacist senators as his friends.

And, as of this writing, a plurality of black Democrats want him to be their party’s 2020 nominee.


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