THE SEGREGATIONIST WHO HOPES TO PUT AN END TO AMERICA'S RACISM The United…

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THE SEGREGATIONIST WHO HOPES TO PUT AN END TO AMERICA'S RACISM

The United States of America is currently undergoing a massive movement against systemic racism towards African Americans and there are two most prominent American politicians at the forefront, weaponizing the movement as a tool for political advantage.

First on the list is Barack Obama, the immediate past and first black president of America who ruled America for eight years and failed to address the systemic racism against his race for fear of race-baiting. In 2016 alone, 256 African Americans were killed by the US police under Obama and the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012 with Obama as president was one incident which gave birth to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement in 2013.

Obama's cowardice as president meant more death for blacks, Obama's carelessness in Iran meant more death for Arabs and Obama's culture imperialism on Africa earned him much disrespect and resentment among Africans.

However, Obama now urges Americans to vote for Joe Biden to end the systemic racism.
Unsurprisingly, Joe Biden is next on the list; The former Vice President of the United States for eight years under Obama. Biden has a political career spanning four decades in which little was done to end racism and much to worsen it.

Biden in 1972, under a racially divided America, was elected Senator in Delaware after promising to uphold the Brown ruling and Civil Rights act and support 'Busing' – a government-backed program which required Black kids attend White schools and white kids attend black schools to reduce racial segregation.
Biden backstabbed the support of the black community by supporting segregation of Black and Whites barely a year after winning, even with the knowledge that Black schools were dilapidated, overcrowded and backward in learning compared to white schools.

Despite his record of promoting systemic racism, Biden in the race for president in 2020, recently racially attacked blacks by stating that any African American that decides to vote against him in the presidential polls is simply 'not black' enough.

A man who spent 40 years in politics and unmasked his racist nature right after becoming senator is hoping to end racism by becoming president and is being endorsed by a man who had eight years as president but could do nothing meaningful to change the systemic racism affecting his race.
Tragic Democrats!

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