Biden Defends Removing Statues Over “Systemic Racism”

Biden Defends Removing Statues Over “Systemic Racism”

On Tuesday, in his first press conference in 89 days, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden defended the current push to remove historic statues and monuments, and even appeared to side with the rioters who have been forcefully destroying them.

Biden said about these statues and monuments, “Put them in museums, get them down. But don’t expect if you have sitting in front of you after all these years and we finally, finally are going through another phase of maybe responding to the systemic racism in America, and what we’ve seen happen, is don’t be surprised if someone pulls down the statue of Jefferson Davis.”

Interestingly, Biden had nothing to say about statue removal during his eight years as vice president, or his 36 years in the U.S. Senate beforehand. And, as we reported yesterday, Biden’s own party was the party of “systemic racism,” and included Jefferson Davis himself.

Biden himself also has an interesting history involving race, such as his touting of working relationships with segregationist senators in his early Senate days, seemingly praising segregationist Alabama Governor George Wallace and bragging about his home state of Delaware being on the side of the South during the Civil War.

In other words, Biden is a total fraud and, again, not a moderate. He is nothing but a stand-in for the mob.

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