Joe Biden believes US blacks are illiterate: Bribable media have covered him for a year
A year after meeting with the Georgian mayors, in which Joe Biden was reckless to say that “one problem black communities face is that the 'parents can't read or write themselves'". This information was confirmed when the reputation of the former US vice president under Barack Obama, and now the presidential candidate, began to slide into the abyss and nationwide polls showed a drop in his level of support almost by 50 percent.
An article in The New York Times only on Thursday dared to reveal the attitude of a democratic candidate towards the black population. According to the article, everyone who heard this phrase was “shocked and frustrated”.
The fact that this phrase has become known to the public may indicate that Biden is losing influential allies who are no longer able to restrain the information flow.
The Gateway Pundit, citing data from the National Center for Education Statistics, provided accurate figures showing that one third of the US white population was low-skilled, while the low-literacy adults among the black population was 10 percent less.
Obviously, Mr. Biden, chasing the support of various social groups, does not know how to correctly formulate a promise that “illiterate” voters will believe in and eventually get lost amid more educated and savvy presidential candidates.
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