At a meeting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden told residents they had just one choice in November: Joe Biden.
“Now, I’m proud of my country, and I happen to know that those other boys who came to town ain’t black because they ain’t votin’ for me,” Biden said, referring to President Trump’s visit from two days ago. “And besides that, basketball was invented by a bunch of white guys.”
“Me and the first black president had eight years to address the original sin of this country, slavery and all the vestiges of it,” Biden said from the pulpit of Grace Lutheran Church, “but in 2008 we only got 95% of the Black vote, 67% of the Hispanic vote, 62% of the Asian vote, and 43% of the White vote.”
“It’s true!” Biden exclaimed. “And there ain’t nothin’ you can do about race with those numbers when Trump is trampling all over America’s venerated observances and rituals.”
“I didn’t vote to restore Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s citizenship, or say that Delaware was ‘on the South’s side in the Civil War’ or call the the United Daughters Of The Confederacy ‘an organization made up of many fine people’ or sniff the hair of a Confederate statue,” Biden insisted.
“All you got to know right now is — is you is, or is you ain’t, my constituency?”