Biden tells attendees at NAACP event that Blacks molded his ‘political identity’


Joe Biden spoke at an NAACP event Sunday afternoon with mostly white attendees and claimed his “political identity” was molded by minorities in Delaware, The Washington Examiner reports.

We couldn’t find anyone on social media who believes him.

“I have a lot of black support because that’s where I come from. I was raised in the black church, politically, not a joke,” the former vice president said in Des Moines. “When I got into politics, I was the only white guy working on the east side, in the projects, because these were the guys I grew up with. These were the guys I worked with.”

Biden addressed about 100 people packed into a small room, probably for optics. The attendees were mostly white.

Where are the Black people?

During his time as a local politician in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden said he would “go to a black church after regular mass every Sunday,” the Examiner reported.



“People ask why do I have such overwhelming support from the African American community — because that’s what I’m part from,” Biden added, according to the Examiner. “That’s where my political identity comes from. It’s the single most consistent political constituency I’ve ever had.”

He’s pandering, and he doesn’t do it well.

We know that he was pushed and promoted by segregationists. He was pummeled by his primary opponents during the early debates over his history.

He has in the past claimed to be part of the 1960s Civil Rights movement and marching on D.C. There is zero evidence that is true.

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