Biden: “10 to 15 Percent” of Americans Are “Just Not Very Good People”

Biden: “10 to 15 Percent” of Americans Are “Just Not Very Good People”

Another day, another gaffe. One may have thought that telling the Breakfast Club “If you don’t vote for me, you ain’t black” was the worst Joe Biden could do, but he topped it yesterday when he said that “10 to 15 percent” of Americans are “just not very good people.” Ironically, such a comment is bound to alienate far more than 10-15% of the population.

According to Fox News, Biden was holding a virtual townhall on Thursday with black supporters, where he bashed President Trump’s divisiveness and weak leadership.

Biden told actor Don Cheadle, “The words a president says matter, so when a president stands up and divides people all the time, you’re gonna the worst of us to come out.” He continued, “[d]o we really think this is as good as we can be as a nation? I don’t think the vast majority of people think that. There are probably anywhere from 10 to 15 percent of the people out there who are just not very good people, but that’s not who we are. The vast majority of the people are decent. We have to appeal to that and we have to unite people — bring them together. Bring them together.”

Presumably Biden was referring to Trump supporters, since logic dictates that he wasn’t talking about his own.

The Daily Caller pointed out Biden’s hypocrisy by tweeting:

It’s also an unforced error that brings back Hillary Clinton’s infamous moment where she said while running against Trump in 2016 that half of Trump supporters belong in a “basket of deplorables.”

These people hate you (or at least 10-15% of you). Never forget it.

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