Joe Biden is not the first buffoon to becoming president but he did perfect it.
If you have any doubt as to why he has always been hostile to Blacks, look no further than his comments on the slavery of the Uyghurs by the Chinese. It will put his whole perspective into focus.
While discussing how he will approach China and it’s human rights violations, Biden said “Culturally, there are different norms.”
In other words, the Chinese can’t help it because they were raised to view this as normal.
That is the same excuse given by slaveholding Democrats. They grew up around slavery, so naturally, they see nothing wrong with slavery. It is just one more area that Biden bends over and kisses Chinese butt over. He later stated that there will be repercussions over the human rights violations by the Chinese but he had 8 years to do that when he partnered with Obama yet nothing got done.
People are now piling on to his statement with the lone exceptions of Democrats and the media. They will continue to cover for him even if he makes several bids on servants for his Delaware home.
His comments were racially insensitive, not that anyone will complain, at least not until Kamala Harris takes over the White House from racist Joe.
Maybe at that point they will allow criticism of him.
— Boris Epshteyn (@BorisEP) February 17, 2021
China is also persecuting the citizens of Hong Kong and their rhetoric against Taiwan envisions their soon to be oppressed population as China swallows up the island nation.
Biden has not come up with an excuse for China on those topics but he is waiting to see what is in it for The Big Guy.
The BBC recently ran a damning report about allegations of forced labor and sexual abuse in the Xinjiang region. The BBC reported that there was a formal legal opinion published in the United Kingdom that states there is a “very credible case” that Beijing is carrying out genocide against the Uighurs, a claim that China has denied.
The White House did not immediately respond to an after-hours email from Fox News for clarification. Biden’s inner circle has spoken out against the treatment of the Muslims and ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang region.
Jake Sullivan, Biden’s national security adviser, said last month that the U.S. should be “prepared to act, as well to impose costs, for what China is doing in Xinjiang, what it’s doing in Hong Kong, for the bellicosity and threats it is projecting towards Taiwan.”