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Flashback: Biden Says ‘Poor Kids Are Just As Talented & Just As Bright As White Kids’ [Video]

Poor choice of words, Joe…

John Salvatore

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Joe Biden thinks all poor kids are minorities. BUT…they’re still as bright as white kids! My goodness, Joe. If this guy was a Republican he’d be forced to go into hiding for the rest of his life – and you know it’s true.

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“Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”

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Yikes…have fun mitigating that one.

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I will stop short of calling the man a racist cause I don’t know his heart. But he is clearly prejudiced when it comes to the way he views black people. Not all black people are living in poverty Joe.

His mouth BETRAYS his heart! He believes EVERY word of his “mistake” because he’s said it MANY MANY times before!

https://twitter.com/AngledAdventure/status/1159678744312741888

“prejudiced when it comes to the way he views black people” joey its important to me that you know that that’s literally the textbook definition of racism. i need you to know this

If you beat President Trump in the 2020 presidential election, you’ve defeated him.

Gaffe-machine Biden can’t seem to grasp that simple concept.

His first move as POTUS would be to “defeat Donald Trump.”

But, umm, lol, Joe, Joe, Joe! SMH.

From Free Beacon:

NBC debate moderator Chuck Todd went down the line of the 10 Democrats on the stage in Miami and emphatically asked what their first issue they’d want to get passed would be in the White House. He noted former President Barack Obama wanted to tackle health care and climate change in his first year but could only get the former accomplished.

When it was Biden’s turn, he first took exception to Todd’s comments about who he often calls his “buddy,” saying Obama had forged a great accomplishment with the Paris Climate Accords.

Biden noted, “The first thing I would do is make sure that we defeat Donald Trump. Period.

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