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Former NFL star Jack Brewer slammed former Vice President Joe Biden and said Americans can now see who he really is after his “you ain’t black” remarks.
Brewer, who played for the Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Arizona Cardinals, condemned the controversial comments made by the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee last week, telling Fox and Friends Weekend on Sunday that Biden has been exposed by his own words.
(Source: Fox News)
“The mask is off. America can see the real Joe Biden,” Brewer said on Sunday.
“Hopefully all of my African-American brothers and sisters, it is time to look in the mirror and have a real soul check to see the man that has really mass incarcerated black men over the last two and a half-plus decades,” he added.
“He was, he was the VP of Barack Obama. So he hides in the closet a lot. He’s been able to cover up all of his oppressive policies that he has pushed really, since he has been in the Senate. This man literally has pushed back against school choice, which is basically modern day segregation of schools. We have all these poor African-American kids who are not getting educated right now because they don’t have school choice in many of these states,” the evangelist and former NFL safety continued.
“And for me, it goes back to the prisons, man. I teach in prisons all across this country. So at some point it has to get off of the politics, and talk about the real black families that Joe Biden has decimated through his 1994 Crime Bill,” Brewer said. “There’s hundreds of thousands of black families right now who don’t have their fathers or who have been locked up disproportionately. It is time for him to answer to black America, keep it real. Stop race-baiting.”
Biden came under heavy fire last week for the declaration he made in an interview with Charlamagne tha God, co-host of “The Breakfast Club” radio show, claiming that members of the black community who have a “problem figuring out” whether to vote for him or President Donald Trump in November “ain’t black.” The Democrat faced immediate backlash as his surrogates and members of his campaign scrambled to put out the fire.
Biden to black Americans: If you have a problem figuring out if you’re for me or Trump, you ain’t black https://t.co/vNzcNvgKkS
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) May 22, 2020
Biden finally gave an apology of sorts after hours of media coverage while his campaign and surrogates attempted to play down the comments, and as social media hashtags like #YouAintBlack and #JoeBidenIsARacist began trending on Twitter.
The former vice president also said that the NAACP “has endorsed me every time I have run,” a claim the organization quickly refuted.
“I have a record that is second to none. The NAACP’s endorsed me every time I’ve run.”
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) May 25, 2020
“Biden knows that his large base of blacks in America are brainwashed by the mainstream media to the point that they will actually defend his actions even when they are causing the most underserved black in America to suffer,” Brewer wrote in an opinion piece published by Fox News.
“With his latest comments on race, Biden hopes that black Americans will continue to love their oppressors so much that the mainstream media will help them forget that it was Donald J. Trump who actually dismantled Biden’s racist crime bill with the passing of the First Step Act,” he wrote.
Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila asked Brewer about Biden’s actual track record versus what President Trump has accomplished.
“Do you think that at this point in time though, with such a distinction in records when it comes to African-Americans when you look at President Trump and when you look at Joe Biden, do you think that African-American voters will be more plugged into the actual record and just not listen to that media hype about the Democratic Party always being the ally of African-Americans when it comes to issues?” she asked.
“I think this one is the catalyst for that. It is time for a black awakening,” Brewer replied.
“I think Joe Biden is gonna spark that. because they are not going to be able to hide behind the false realities that all Democrats are for black people. You’ve got to look deeper into the communities. Look at the individual communities. Most of them, that even have black democratic leadership, those communities are the worst in America,” he noted.
“You have to start pointing the blame at the black caucus. The black caucus that has all of these individuals who talk about uplifting black America, talk about pushing policy to help blacks get out of poverty, but yet they continue to push the same rhetoric as Joe Biden. They vote right alongside him as he did as a senator, as he did as vice president,” Brewer said.
“Let’s not forget, that Joe Biden sat in office with Barack Obama for eight years. He literally brought more money into his family from foreign interests than Obama and Biden gave to historical black colleges and universities. It is really sickening,” he added.
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