The arrogance of privileged white globalist Joe Biden is stunning and disgusting.

He thinks just because he has a “D” after his name that he somehow “owns” the black vote. That’s how it appears in this disgusting video clip with popular radio personality “Charlamagne Tha God,” who hosts a wildly successful New York-based radio show called “The Breakfast Club.”

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Charlamagne was speaking with Biden, and lightly challenging him on his support of the black community, when things turned very disrespectful and racist.

Biden interrupted Charlamagne and arrogantly told him if his choice was between he and Trump, and he or any black voter supported Trump, then they “ain’t black.” What the heck!

The audacity of this rich, privileged white globalist, who has sold out the American middle-class to line his own pockets and who supports illegal aliens over Americans. To suggest that if you don’t support him and his anti-American agenda you’re somehow not “black” goes far beyond any type of racist liberal elitism we’ve ever seen.

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It’s really shocking how Democrat politicians —especially white ones— treat black people. They only come around every four or so years —or whenever there’s an election— and pretend they care (make empty promises). And then when the election is over, they abandon them and their communities and go back to catering to their favorite, much-cherished voter block: Illegal aliens.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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