Joe Biden Evicerates the Chumph’s Racism

28 Aug

Obama, following the custom of ex-Presidents not going after their successors, no matter how illegitimate – has gone very easy on Putin’s Bitch despite the continued attacks on his record and lies.

Biden has decided, enough is enough.


‘We Are Living Through a Battle for the Soul of This Nation’

The former vice president calls on Americans to do what President Trump has not.

In January of 2009, I stood waiting in Wilmington, Delaware, for a train carrying the first African American elected president of the United States. I was there to join him as vice president on the way to a historic Inauguration. It was a moment of extraordinary hope for our nation—but I couldn’t help thinking about a darker time years before at that very site.

My mind’s eye drifted back to 1968. I could see the flames burning Wilmington, the violence erupting on the news of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, the federal troops taking over my city.

I was living history—and reliving it—at the same time. And the images racing through my mind were a vivid demonstration that when it comes to race in America, hope doesn’t travel alone. It’s shadowed by a long trail of violence and hate.

In Charlottesville, that long trail emerged once again into plain view not only for America, but for the whole world to see. The crazed, angry faces illuminated by torches. The chants echoing the same anti-Semitic bile heard across Europe in the 1930s. The neo-Nazis, Klansmen, and white supremacists emerging from dark rooms and remote fields and the anonymity of the web into the bright light of day on the streets of a historically significant American city.

If it wasn’t clear before, it’s clear now: We are living through a battle for the soul of this nation.

The giant forward steps we have taken in recent years on civil liberties and civil rights and human rights are being met by a ferocious pushback from the oldest and darkest forces in America. Are we really surprised they rose up? Are we really surprised they lashed back? Did we really think they would be extinguished with a whimper rather than a fight?

Did we think the charlatans and the con-men and the false prophets who have long dotted our history wouldn’t revisit us, once again prop up the immigrant as the source of all our troubles, and look to prey on the hopelessness and despair that has grown up in the hollowed-out cities and towns of Ohio and Michigan and Pennsylvania and the long-forgotten rural stretches of West Virginia and Kentucky?

We have fought this battle before—but today we have a special challenge.

Today we have an American president who has publicly proclaimed a moral equivalency between neo-Nazis and Klansmen and those who would oppose their venom and hate.

We have an American president who has emboldened white supremacists with messages of comfort and support.

This is a moment for this nation to declare what the president can’t with any clarity, consistency, or conviction: There is no place for these hate groups in America. Hatred of blacks, Jews, immigrants—all who are seen as “the other”—won’t be accepted or tolerated or given safe harbor anywhere in this nation.

That’s the America I know. That’s who I believe we are. And in the hours and days after Charlottesville, America’s moral conscience began to stir. The nation’s military leadership immediately took a firm stand. Some of America’s most prominent CEOs spoke out. Political, community, and faith leaders raised their voices. Charitable organizations have begun to take a stand. And we should never forget the courage of that small group of University of Virginia students who stared down the mob and its torches on that Friday night.

The greatness of America is that—not always at first, and sometimes at enormous pain and cost—we have always met Lincoln’s challenge to embrace the “better angels of our nature.” Our history is proof of what King said—the long arc of history does “bend towards justice.”

A week after Charlottesville, in Boston, we saw the truth of America: Those with the courage to oppose hate far outnumber those who promote it.

Then a week after Boston, we saw the truth of this president: He won’t stop. His contempt for the U.S. Constitution and willingness to divide this nation knows no bounds. Now he’s pardoned a law-enforcement official who terrorized the Latino community, violated its constitutional rights, defied a federal court order to stop, and ran a prison system so rife with torture and abuse he himself called it a “concentration camp.”

You, me, and the citizens of this country carry a special burden in 2017. We have to do what our president has not. We have to uphold America’s values. We have to do what he will not. We have to defend our Constitution. We have to remember our kids are watching. We have to show the world America is still a beacon of light.

Joined together, we are more than 300 million strong. Joined together, we will win this battle for our soul. Because if there’s one thing I know about the American people, it’s this: When it has mattered most, they have never let this nation down.


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5 responses to “Joe Biden Evicerates the Chumph’s Racism

  1. CNu

    August 28, 2017 at 12:05 PM

    Joe Biden needs to go sit his phunky, systemic racist azz right straight down. It’s beyond pathetic that it’s come to something as sorry and lame as Biden as the embodiment of all, y’all have got. Just hang it up. No new ideas, no new people, no new nothing – and all the fake funk has worn off the worn out sacks of pus you’ve had on the public stage now all these years.


    • btx3

      August 28, 2017 at 2:46 PM

      Damn! I know I hit the target dead center when you start to squeal!


      • CNu

        August 28, 2017 at 3:01 PM

        Instead of sucking and taking fat “L’s” as a way of life, can’t you all do something at least a little surprising for a change? Instead of hauling out yet another worthless 70 year old carcass as spokes-golem, how about putting something vital, honest for a politician, and easy on the eyes for a change. Tulsi Gabbard for preznit might be a very refreshing restart! (especially since errbody and they cousin already been wise to fake as phuk Cory and Kamala)


      • btx3

        August 28, 2017 at 3:14 PM

        That getting older thing really got a hold on you, huh?

        Should the Chumph, or one of his likely successors survive until 2020, I seriously doubt Biden will run. He would be near as old as Raygun.

        Think he might play in interim Presidential election of 2018 after they impeach and hang the Chumph Cartel…Maybe. But I doubt it.

        One thing that is not happening is another Hillary establishment candidate.

        So you are free to vote for the candidate with the better legs, chest, or combover as is your wish.

        Early predictions are looking at Tim Scott as the Republican candidate…

        Gess you will have to switch parties again.


  2. CNu

    August 28, 2017 at 12:07 PM

    Biden been putting in yoeman’s work for generations. Not at all surprising this is the type of loser you’d be uncritically carrying water for.



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