Who Speaks for Whom?

Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the Democratic candidates debate in Washington, D.C., March 15, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
Joe Biden puts his foot in it, and deep.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W ho among us, in the presence of a man calling himself Charlamagne tha God, would be immune to grandiosity’s temptation?

Mr. God hosts a popular radio show and had as a guest Joe Biden, the presumptive and presumptuous Democratic nominee for president in 2020. During the interview, Mr. Biden declared that any black American having a difficult time choosing between him and Donald Trump “ain’t black.”

Charlamagne tha God is black, as is much of his audience, and Mr. Biden ain’t.

It was an awkward moment.

Some African Americans took offense at Biden’s scolding and proprietary attitude toward them and their votes. Some didn’t:


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