On today’s podcast we get into the weak defense of Joe Biden’s racism and the bogus claims that he apologized. We also talk about how Democratic Governors in Michigan and New York have been exposed as some of the most reckless, dangerous and hypocritical political leaders during the pandemic. Plus, Ilhan Omar says she believes Joe Biden’s accuser and will vote for him anyway, and MSNBC airs more blatant racism.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer have been disastrous for their states. They’ve also been raging hypocrites. Cuomo has altered online records of his executive order that nursing homes must take in coronavirus patients, and Whitmer is scrambling to explain away why her husband expected special treatment because he’s married to the governor. We get into all of it.
Joe Biden’s latest racist comments — saying “you ain’t black” if you’re black and aren’t voting for him — were greeted with lame defenses from typical media liberals and claims that he apologized. But Biden didn’t apologize, only saying he shouldn’t have been so cavalier.
Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar says she believes Tara Reade, the woman who accused Biden of sexual assault, but she’s going to vote for him anyway because he’s a Democrat, and Democrat MSNBC host Joy Reid, who has her own history of homophobia and racism, casually said President Donald Trump promised to get rid of “brown immigrants” when he did not. We have all the audio and expose the lies and hypocrisy.
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