Biden Blasted For ‘Race Baiting’ On Social Media

President Joe Biden sparked controversy with his commencement speech at Morehouse College on Sunday over what has been described as “disgusting” race baiting.

Speaking at the HBCU’s graduation ceremony, Biden delved into George Floyd’s story and how Black Americans face racism in the U.S.

“You missed your high school graduation. You started college just as George Floyd was murdered, and there was a reckoning on race. It’s natural to wonder if the ‘democracy’ you hear about actually works for you. What is democracy? That Black men are being killed in the street,” Biden stated.

“What is democracy? The trail of broken promises still leaves Black communities behind. What is democracy? You have to be ten times better than anyone else to get a fair shot. Most of all, what does it mean? As you’ve heard before, to be a Black man who loves his country even if it doesn’t love him back in equal measure,” he continued, adding, “They don’t see you in the future of America. But they’re wrong.”

The crowd clapped for Biden for his remarks. However, moments after a video of his speech surfaced on social media, users called the president out for trying to frame the United States as a racist country. He was also condemned for demeaning Black students, thereby being an actual racist.

“This race baiting is disgusting, Students for Life president Kristan Hawkins tweeted.


“Biggest racist on the planet. Argue with me,” RedState columnist Buzz Patterson stated.

Libre Initiative president Daniel Garza painted a detailed picture of how flawed Biden’s message is.

“Biden insults us by seeing all minorities as victims, incapable of competing, and all whites as oppressors. Never mind that countless have benefited immeasurably from American principles, our free market, and yes, democracy. Are we perfect nation? No, but show me a better one,” he stated.

“BLM-style race hustler that promotes anti-American racial division, discrimination and segregation lectures on racism,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton tweeted.