That Time Joe Biden Embraced Segregation Saying it Was Better For ‘Black Pride’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


That Time Joe Biden Embraced Segregation Saying it Was Better For ‘Black Pride’

Speaking of prominent Democrat politicians who have a race problem – meet former Vice President and future presidential hopeful Joe Biden.

Sure, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has seen his fair share of issues this month, what with the racist blackface photos, his admission to dressing up as such to portray Michael Jackson, and video of him refusing to shake the hand of a black opponent and all.

But at least he didn’t advocate for segregation on the premise of it being better for “black pride” as Biden once did.

That’s right, the man who, in 2012, told African-American voters that Mitt Romney wanted to put them all “back in chains,” argued publicly in 1975 against a federally mandated busing policy designed to end segregation in schools, saying it would prevent black people from embracing “their own identity.”

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