President Joseph Biden’s controversial remarks at a ceremony honoring African Americans in American history drew widespread backlash. Many people took offense to the implication that white males aren’t as intelligent as women, seeing this as a “racist” remark.
President Joe Biden emphasized the importance of black history at a White House event Monday, saying, “Black history matters.” This was in response to news that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had rejected an advanced placement African American studies course during his high school years. He received such criticism because he proposed the Stop Being So Woke Act to outlaw the teaching of Critical Racial Theory (CRT) in public schools across his state.
“The President reminded the crowd of over 400 that “Black history matters, and history matters,” a message that should resonate throughout the country. “To pick and choose what I study would be impossible. We are taught the necessary information. The good, the terrible, the truth, and who we are as a nation all need to be known.
That’s what he added, “Great nations do.”
The president made the remarks in celebration of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), an alliance of nine historically Black American fraternities and sororities. The term “Divine Nine” can be used to refer to them as well.
As he put it, “I know where the power is.” “What, you take me for a fool? My knowledge of the Divine Nine dates back many years.”
Many netizens spoke out against the allegedly racist remarks.
According to Republican author Nick Adams, Joe Biden is the most racist person to serve as president since Lyndon Johnson.
“Fact check: Misleading,” wrote Collin Rugg, a right-wing media figure. Aside from being white, “He is also dumb.”
A political columnist named Benny Johnson reported that everyone in the White House “CRINGED in horror” when President Joe Biden referred to himself as a “white lad” during a celebration of Black History Month.
“They make these fawning, self-deprecating comments because they are the genuine racists,” observed best-selling novelist John LeFevre.
Wow, Joe, you got this one-half right, one Twitter user replied.
‘What a dumb thing to say!’ exclaimed another.
“He has always been a racist,” commented someone else on Twitter.
Anti-white sentiment has long been fostered by the “woke” left and the mainstream media.
It was reported on Saturday that at first, the University of Cambridge did not admit working-class white students to a graduate program aimed at students from underrepresented groups. Because of this, some people started saying racist things about the school since they are white.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, claimed that the U.S. media is “racist against whites and Asians” on a Sunday.
Scottsdale Unified School District parents gathered at a board meeting last week to demand that Superintendent Scott Menzel be removed from his position. Menzel’s parents pushed for his departure because he made comments on how white people have a “problematic” racial identity.
Kesha Hamilton, a member of the Jackson Board of Education in Michigan, came under fire from parents last month for making statements like “whiteness is wicked” and “white people are more dangerous than animals” at a board meeting.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) issued a 7-minute video in August detailing the president’s alleged “racist” past.