Biden Falsely Claims Trump Campaigned on Idea That 'Black Folks Are Taking Your Job'
Biden's bizarre outlandish claims have no basis in fact
Democrat Joe Biden has accused Donald Trump of campaigning on the notion that black Americans were taking jobs from the white American working class.
During an interview with Atlantic reporter Edward-Isaac Dovere, Biden spoke about Trump’s campaign message.
"The people who built the country are the people who are all being left behind."
"When that happens, and you don’t have a counter-voice to ‘The reason you lost your job is because of an immigrant; the reason you lost that job is because those black folks are taking your job’ — it opens up the door to the Charlottesvilles of the world."
But Biden's bizarre outlandish claims have no basis in fact because President Trump repeatedly spoke about rebuilding the working class for all races.
Moreover, Trump repeatedly touted his historically low black unemployment numbers.
Trump spoke proudly about his record of helping black Americans during an event in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2020.
Trump said at the time:
"In the first three years, we achieved the lowest black unemployment rate in history."
"The black youth unemployment rate reached an all-time low."
"We achieved the largest job gains for African-Americans on record. Black Americans saw the largest increase in homeownership.
"The poverty rate for African-Americans reached the lowest level ever recorded."
Biden claimed Trump campaigned on “prejudice and division,” saying his agenda “didn’t have any social redeeming value, as far as I can see.”
But it seems like Biden is projecting.
In Janaury, Biden warned black civil rights leaders Hispanics would take over during a virtual call.
"My overarching objective — if we cannot make significant progress on racial equity, this country is doomed."
"It is doomed, not just because of African Americans, but because by 2040 this country is going to be minority white European. Hear me?
"Minority white European."
"And you guys are going to have to start working more with Hispanics, who will make up a larger portion of the population than y’all do in terms of raw numbers."
Also, Biden is no stranger to racist remarks.
Speaking with host Charlamagne tha God for a virtual interview last year with The Breakfast Club podcast, Biden made unsolicited and racially charged remarks aimed at black Americans.
Out of nowhere, Biden declared that African Americans "ain't black" if they "have a problem figuring out" if they should vote for him over President Donald Trump in the November election.