Did Joe Biden just call Republican Californian gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder, a black man, a racist?
This may take me a second to get there, but it sure sounded that way to me.
Biden called Elder a “Trump clone” on the campaign trail, and based on what he has said about Trump over the years, I think we can make this argument fairly quickly.
The Trump Clone
First and foremost, Joe Biden should not have been in California campaigning.
I don’t care what type of spin the White House puts on this or what other purpose they say he was there for, Biden’s number one priority was campaigning for Newsom.
Biden should be burning up the phone lines getting Americans back from Afghanistan, but that is clearly not even on his radar anymore.
While Joe was spouting off, he stated, “The eyes of the nation, this is not hyperbole, the eyes of the nation are on California because the decision you are about to make isn’t just going to have a huge impact on California, it’s going to reverberate around the nation – and quite frankly, not a joke, around the world.
“And here’s why. All of you know the last year I got to run against the real Donald Trump.
“Well, this year, this year, the leading Republican running for governor is the closest thing to a Trump clone that I have ever seen.
“No, I really mean it. And he’s leading the other team. He’s a clone of Donald Trump.”
Trump has been called every name in the book by Joe, including a racist. So, by default, Joe Biden just called Larry Elder a racist.
And here I thought black people couldn’t be racist! Isn’t that what Democrats and liberals have been telling us for years?
Source: Daily Caller