July 13, 2024

Biden painted bleak outlook of American life for black graduates due to their skin color.

Speeches made recently by America’s top two presidential contenders illustrate the choice between unity and division Americans have this election.

I can’t think of a better contrast between the candidates for president than these two clips from the last week.

Joe Biden went to a commencement at a historically black college. He told them they’re victims and that America is an evil place that will always keep them down.… pic.twitter.com/S7vqSX3G0y

— Greg Price (@greg_price11) May 24, 2024

In a speech in Atlanta this past Sunday delivered at Morehouse College, Joe Biden insisted black graduates would struggle throughout their lives because of the color of their skin, highlighting George Floyd’s death at the hands of police as a reminder that they’re victims.

Just look at the bleak picture Biden painted for black graduates in excerpts below.

Joe Biden inspires Black graduates at Morehouse College by telling them that they’re victims and America hates them.pic.twitter.com/ofxa90Zo5F

— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) May 19, 2024

The pandemic robbed you of so much. Some of you lost loved ones — mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, who were — aren’t able to be here to celebrate with you today — today. You missed your high school graduation. You started college just as George Floyd was murdered and there was a reckoning on race.

It’s natural to wonder if democracy you hear about actually works for you.

What is democracy if Black men are being killed in the street?

What is democracy if a trail of broken promises still leave Black — Black communities behind?

What is democracy if you have to be 10 times better than anyone else to get a fair shot?

And most of all, what does it mean, as we’ve heard before, to be a Black man who loves his country even if it doesn’t love him back in equal measure? (Applause.)


If Black men are being killed on the streets, we bear witness.  For me, that means to call out the poison of white supremacy, to root out systemic racism. 

By comparison, check out the positive language and uplifting spirit of former President Donald Trump’s populist campaign speech in NYC’s South Bronx on Thursday, where he told attendees of all races to unite behind the banner of America.

“It doesn’t matter whether you’re Black, or Brown, or White or whatever the hell color you are, it doesn’t matter. We are all Americans and we’re going to pull together as Americans,” Trump told the crowd in the predominantly blue district.

TRUMP: “It doesn’t matter whether you’re black or brown or white or whatever the hell color you are, it doesn’t matter. We are all Americans.” pic.twitter.com/quVeGXlXsQ

— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 23, 2024

Friday hype video.

We can do this.

We will Make America POWERFUL Again.
We will Make America WEALTHY Again.
We will Make America STRONG Again.
We will Make America PROUD Again.
We will Make America SAFE Again.
We will Make America GREAT Again.pic.twitter.com/m90t4FqYqj

— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) May 24, 2024

“I can’t think of a better contrast between the candidates for president than these two clips from the last week,” wrote political commentator Greg Price.

The battle lines are becoming more apparent for prospective Trump voters as Biden and the Democrat party reveal who they really are with their destructive policies and racial politics.

She called him a racist for being a Trump Supporter…. And this happened



— MJTruthUltra (@MJTruthUltra) May 23, 2024

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