Trump and Robert JohnsonRobert Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television and the RLJ Companies, joined the chorus of African-American voices condemning Democrat Joe Biden for his blatant public expression of the Democrats’ view that they “own” the black vote as surely as they owned black people on their plantations.

Biden, already under siege for his and his family’s international corruption PLUS sexual assault allegations, said “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” He stated this on The Breakfast Club radio show.

Biden racistNote also that Biden condescendingly used the word “ain’t” the way so many Democrats do when talking to voters of color, as if it will endear them to those voters. Joe Biden’s career has been marked by draconian legal measures against African-Americans, sometimes in conjunction with the disgraced Hillary Clinton, who called African-American males “super-predators.”   

Robert Johnson weighed in on social media by saying “VP Biden’s statement today represents the arrogant and out-of-touch attitude of a paternalistic white candidate who has the audacity to tell Black people, the descendants of slaves that they are not Black unless they vote for him. This proves unequivocally that the Democratic nominee believes that Black people owe him their vote without question; even though we as Black people know it is exactly the opposite. He should spend the rest of his campaign apologizing to every Black person he meets.”

Trump black supporters even moreTo help clarify all this for overseas readers and put such sentiments in their historical context: 

 In the final third of the 20th Century the speakers and money people of the Democrat Party began developing a very proprietary, some would say condescending, attitude toward African-Americans. The 1960s generation of American Democrats in particular had often treated the lives and history of African-Americans as a kind of hobby.

Black Voices for Trump picThese patronizing dilettantes originally demonstrated a protective, or at least supportive, attitude toward African-Americans, who in turn rewarded the Democrat Party’s candidates with almost unanimous support.

However, as the decades wore on and African-Americans had greater opportunities open up to them many of them began making up their own minds about what political attitudes they would embrace and what political candidates they would support. This did not sit well with the white Democrat power brokers.

Black Voices for Trump againA large portion of the Democrats’ power structure rested on the myth that all African-Americans were still Democrats. The mere existence of increasing numbers of African-Americans choosing their own political affiliation was a massive threat to the Democrats’ decades-old propaganda advantages: their false claim that they and they alone represented the wishes of all minority groups and their incessant accusations of racism aimed at all dissenting voices.

The whitebread Democrat leadership and the African-American demagogues (think Al Sharpton) they used as alleged spokespeople for “all African-Americans” began a campaign of harassment against any African-Americans who declared their political independence from the oppression and condescension of the Democrat Party.

And that led to the ongoing situation in which people of color who join so many of the rest of us in choosing to #WALKAWAY from the Democrats to become Independent Voters find themselves under attack and called “race traitors” by the hatemongers of the Democrat Party.

Some call this ongoing revolution #Blexit. 


No matter what your political affiliation is, you have GOT to admit it will be an improvement when it is universally recognized that African-Americans can vote for whichever candidates they want to vote for and are NOT “owned” by any one political party. Let’s all move into such a future by roundly condemning Joe Biden’s disgusting remarks.



Filed under LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES, Neglected History, opinion


  1. Good Lord. This just makes me sick to my stomach. I want a time machine where we can please just fast forward to 4 years from now…and hopefully have better choices for president. Please forgive me if You like Trump. My beautiful man and some of my friends like him a lot and think he’s fantastic. He stuns me in negative ways. So does Biden. Ack. Sigh. Argh. Thanks for this though….I’d not seen it. Wow. 💙

    • Thank you once again for being so kind-hearted and tolerant of other opinions. I’m fine with people not having the same opinions I do, and I USED TO BE an ardent Democrat but their suffocating attitude toward dissent and their pompous snobbery toward the working class are two of the reasons I left the party to become an Independent Voter. Thanks for weighing in with your thoughts!

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  4. Bernie Bro

    Joe Biden is such a horrible candidate.

  5. Kaylin

    Why can’t democrats just let black people vote for whoever they want to vote for?

  6. Brionna

    Joe Biden is the phoniest type of democrat.

  7. EvyBuddyDudIt

    Joe Biden is an embarrassment to the country.

  8. Jai

    If Biden tries to apologize to me I’ll spit on him.

  9. Ceeda

    Joe can go to Hell. We don’t need help from white trash like him.

  10. Wendy

    Biden should apologize to all of us for election fraud.

  11. Gordie

    Biden like all democrats shows no respect to people of color.

  12. Mala Sarma

    Joe Biden and people like him have driven me away from the Democratic party.

  13. Mac Mcleod

    Joe Biden is senile and a selected but not elected president just like George W Bush.

  14. mike mcmike

    Joe Biden is the most racist president America has ever had.

  15. Alex Chaudhari

    Joe Biden is a racist and a fraudulent president.

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