The mysterious White House handlers have been forced to run damage control once again after Democrat President Joe Biden declared during a speech that “African American and Hispanic workers” don’t have “high school diplomas.”
Biden faced backlash online after a video of him making the “racist” statement went viral.
The president made the remarks while discussing “Bidenomics” during a speech at Prince George’s Community College in Largo, Maryland.
“We’ve created 13.4 million new jobs,” Biden claimed.
“We not only recovered all the jobs we lost during the pandemic, we’ve added millions more.”
“We’ve seen record lows in unemployment, particularly — and I’ve focused on this my whole career — particularly for African Americans and Hispanic workers and veterans, you know, the workers without high-school diplomas,” he continued.
“The lowest unemployment rate in 70 years for women now.”
BIDEN: “…particularly for African Americans and Hispanic workers and veterans — you know, the workers without high school diplomas” pic.twitter.com/CZyCx23M8Z
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The comments were met with a widespread backlash online.
“I keep saying I am almost 51 years old and Joe Biden is the most explicitly racist president in my lifetime,” said attorney Aaron Walker.