Joe Biden MEGAFAIL! President Tries to Win Black Voters Back by… Buying them Chicken

By now it’s pretty widely known that Joe Biden and the Democrats have been hemorrhaging Black support headed into 2024 so Biden’s campaign came up with what they THOUGHT would be a pretty great way to win back some of that support – and boy were they wrong!

Joe and the group of fellow idiots that surround him tried to depict Biden as a “man of the (Black) people” by putting out a video of the president buying Black kids…fried chicken.

Yes, seriously.

One recent NBC poll revealed that Biden’s approval is down by 17 points since the first year of his presidency so Joe’s team decided that the most effective way to convince voters that he’s the guy for the job in 2024 is to pander to them with fried chicken!

 

Biden posted an immensely awkward video of himself sitting down with a black family at what appears to be their dinner table that starts off with him pointing out that he got them chicken fingers, but “made sure to get himself a hamburger”

He goes on to pretend to care about their lives as they tell him about their sports and school interests.

While Biden’s team hoped this would somehow win them back Black voters, the only thing it actually did was once again expose Joe Biden for the racist he is.

After all, we are talking about the same guy who said in 2020 that if Black Americans didn’t vote for him “they ain’t Black.”

Watch the video here to see the bizarre interaction.

 


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