Book: Joe Biden in 1973 Lectured Cleveland on What Is ‘Good for the Negro’ – IOTW Report

Book: Joe Biden in 1973 Lectured Cleveland on What Is ‘Good for the Negro’

Breitbart: Former Vice President Joe Biden lectured the City Club in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1973 about what he thought was “good for the Negro,” according to a new book from a prominent left-wing journalist.

The racially insensitive comments from Biden, a white man from Delaware who was at the time newly elected to the U.S. Senate, resurfaced, thanks to a new book from leftist journalist Ryan Grim of the Intercept. The book, We’ve Got People: From Jesse Jackson to AOC, the End of Big Money and the Rise of a Movement, has already landed a few other major blows, including on former President Barack Obama, regarding his “don’t ask, don’t tell” repeal legacy, but this revelation about Biden’s torrid history with race–as told from the left–is particularly damning for the current Democrat 2020 presidential primary front runner.

In a section explaining how Biden attempted to win back for Democrats white working class voters in the 1970s, Grim writes about the now former vice president’s controversial messaging–something that may come back to haunt him in 2020.

“Joe Biden, elected to the Senate in 1972, was a leading voice in the attempt to win back white working-class voters by showing them how tough Democrats could be against affirmative [action], school integration, and other priorities of the civil rights movement,” Grim writes. He added:

I do not buy the concept, popular in the ’60s, which said, “We have suppressed the black man for 300 years and the white man is now far ahead in the race for everything our society offers. In order to even the score, we must now give the black man a head start, or even hold the white man back, to even the race. I don’t buy that,” Biden told a Delaware weekly newspaper in 1975. “I don’t feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather.I feel responsible for what the situation is today, for the sins of my own generation. And I’ll be damned if I feel responsible to pay for what happened 300 years ago.”

In the next paragraph, Grim cites Biden’s speech in 1973 to the City Club in Cleveland, where the then-newly elected senator opined about what he thought is “good for the Negro.” more here


13 Comments on Book: Joe Biden in 1973 Lectured Cleveland on What Is ‘Good for the Negro’

  1. All this interesting scandalous info comes out about Biden now. Info that John McCain and his sniveling assholes couldn’t seem to find in ’08, and the Romney in ’12.
    Uniparty.

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  2. What is good for America is good for ‘the negro.’

    Black leaders dont want blacks to be successful. If they are, those ‘leaders’ will be out of a job.

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  3. “I don’t feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather.I feel responsible for……”
    … all the corruption and hypocrisy I’ve perpetrated in my miserable life.”

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  4. The only way to find out about these things, is if the democrats don’t like a candidate, then they leak it to Republicans.

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  5. I reckon when Greezy Joe Biden was down here pandering to Louisiana KKK Cajun Democrats, he spelled it Nigreaux.

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  6. @MJA

    This stuff is coming out now because the dumpocrap party leadership doesn’t want Joe to be their candidate. Too old, too slow.

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  7. Hillary and Chelsea are busy hollywooding it up, but— since the fake Trump dossier is partly her handiwork, and she’s the one who started 0bama’s birther movement, I wonder what she has in store for Biden and bernie? lol

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  8. Okay but now I’m all conflicted.
    I agree with ’73 Biden. I AGREE with him… :l

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