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Joe Biden appeared in Tulsa, OK today to give a speech on race. What followed was more evidence that he doesn’t need to be anywhere near the office of the presidency. From random wild claims to race-baiting to creeping on young girls again, this speech had it all.

In other words, Biden went full Leroy Jenkins. Here’s a sampling of what transpired.

Joe Biden: “White supremacists are a greater threat than ISIS and Al Qaeda”

— Jon Nicosia (@NewsPolitics) June 1, 2021

Yeah, that’s gonna be a no. There is no reality where white supremacy, gross as it is in its own right, is anywhere close to the threat of Islamic terrorism. Heck, we just recently had a man who showed ISIS sympathies shoot up a supermarket in Boulder, CO. You have to go back several years to find the last major shooting that can be directly linked to white supremacy. That’s not to say white supremacists don’t exist or don’t do evil things, but there is hardly an epidemic of white supremacist violence in this country, and the push by the government to say otherwise is purely political.

In truth, neither white supremacy nor Islamic terrorism are major threats in this country. Rather, gang and drug cartel violence take far, far more lives, to the point where they stand head and shoulders above any violence committed in the name of various ideologies.

Biden wasn’t done, though. He also wants you to know that white people have magic lawyers and accountants that they are just assigned when they start a business.

BIDEN: “…young black entrepreneurs are just as capable of succeeding given the chance as white entrepreneurs are, but they don’t have lawyers, they don’t have accountants…” pic.twitter.com/uaVQO6vPeN

— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 1, 2021

This kind of race-baiting is just dumb. White people who start small businesses are using LegalZoom or similar services just like everyone else. To the extent that they have an accountant, that almost always comes later after the business is established and bringing in money. Black-owned businesses also use accountants. Heck, most individuals have

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