What Joe Biden Just Said Is The Most Racist Thing Yet!


To imply that every Latinos in the United States is an illegal alien, President Joe Biden used the woke term “Latinx” on Thursday, when the vast majority of Latinos in America, more than 60 million, are U.S. citizens.

“Racist as it gets,” Joe Biden facing a firestorm of criticism when he made statements on Thursday in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Covid-19 vaccinations, during which he ridiculed the Latino community.

The gender-neutral word “LatinX” is profoundly objectionable to the vast majority of Latinos.

Biden also presumed that every Latino in the United States is doing so illegally.

“It’s awful hard as well to get LatinX vaccinated as well. Why? They’re worried that they’ll be vaccinated and deported.”

A video of his remarks, which lasted less than 30 seconds, soon went viral, causing uproar online.

According to the former Trump 2020 campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh, he tweeted  that “It does not occur to Joe Biden that tens of millions of Latinos are American citizens.”

“Joe Biden claiming Latinos don’t want to get vaccinated because they’re worried about getting deported is about as racist as it gets. Par for the course for old racist Joe Biden,” some folks comment on the internet while another called it “casual racism from the President.”

“He basically claimed every hispanic in the country is an illegal immigrant,” another citizen wrote.

Many people were offended by Biden’s usage of the popular woke phrase “Latinx,” which according to a Pew Research Center poll from August 2020 was hardly ever used by the population it was purported to represent.

The former George W. Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen, citing the Pew data he tweeted that “Only 3 [percent] of Hispanics use the term ‘Latinx’ and 76 [percent] have never heard of it, it’s a term woke White people have imposed on them against their will which is racist.”

Some Twitter users even stated that they would rather to be labeled a racial slur rather than “Latinx,” with one supporter even tweeting, “I vote Biden but don’t call me latinx.” Don’t.”

The Post op-ed editor Sohrab Ahmiri cracked “We should actually deport anyone who uses ‘Latinx’ unironically.”

“Almost 50 million [L]atino American citizens live here, why would we deport them?” asked The Daily Caller Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Ingersoll.

Biden’s remarks, according to Michele Perez Exner, a communications assistant for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, were, “a snapshot into why Democrats will continue to lose the Hispanic vote.”

“They insist on referring to us with a word 97% of us don’t use, and now apparently even if you’re a Hispanic American, President Biden thinks you’re here illegally,” she tweeted.

Others, meanwhile, were perplexed by his Tuskegee gaffe, which he made in a comment about people remembering it all.

Ben Shapiro tweeted, a conservative commentator, “The Tuskegee Airmen and the Tuskegee experiment are two wildly different historical stories, and Biden’s apparent conflation of the two is impressively demented.”

“People have memories. Not me, but some do,” someone joked of the seemingly confused commander-in-chief, while someone else wrote, “Damn… they gave those dudes syphilis and then made them fly war planes!?”

The media runs cover for Joe Biden as he is an old senile racist.

Joe Biden said in February that inner-city Blacks and Hispanics are too ignorant to figure out how to get online.

Sources: thegatewaypundit.com, thefederalist.com, nypost.com