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A black man who claims he voted for President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election has gone viral for posting a video of himself apologizing to “Caucasian Republicans” for having made the mistake of choosing the wrong guy.
Granted, popular TikTok influencer Jermaine Church is a comedian, so he may have been joking. But even then, some say there’s always a dose of truth in comedy.
Lasting slightly under a minute, the video posted to his TikTok last Saturday began with him admitting that “Caucasian Republicans” were right all along about Biden.
“Hey listen man. To all my African Americans out here, I’m going to be one of the first people to say it: The Caucasian Republicans were right. Biden ain’t s–t,” he said.
Watch below or access the original here:
@maineevent239The wrong president was elected! I am sorry America. ##biden2021🇺🇸 ##Trump ##republican ##democract ##foru ##fyp ##MaxPlumpJump ##reelectpresidents♬ original sound – Jermaine Church
Church then explained what inspired his change of hurt: The president’s plans to go after cryptocurrency, a new form of currency that’s allowed everybody, from the poor to the wealthy, to earn big bucks.
“The man found out that black people are turning $20 into $200,000 by jumping into the God damn cryptocurrency with these Shibas, these Doges, these Kishu, these God damn Safe Moons,” he said, referencing several popular cryptocurrency coins.
“And now he’s trying to put tax on it because he knows one thing. Black people ain’t trying to let that money sit there long. We hit $10,000, we pulling out. Now he wants to put taxes on all this,” he added.
This is true.
“Cryptocurrency transfers of more than $10,000 will have to be reported to US tax authorities under new Biden administration proposals that come amid a tightening of the regulatory environment for digital coins,” the Financial Times reported two days before Church uploaded his video.
He was not pleased by this.
“We didn’t have no problems [before Biden]. I want to rescind my vote, and I want Trump back in the God damn chair, because one thing about Trump: Trump understands business, and he doesn’t like people messing with his money,” he said.
“And right now, Biden is trying to mess with our money. We don’t like it. We sorry, Caucasian Republicans. I am personally sorry,” he added.
As of Friday, the original TikTok video had been played over three million times and copies of it had gone uber-viral on Twitter and Facebook, where it’d attracted agreement from some of his peers and forgiveness from the “Caucasian Republicans.”
Do you know how bad a Democratic President has to be to lose the hood vote? Biden is so bad hood niggas are leaning right😂 pic.twitter.com/8CWMUBj6hE
— Imagine trusting Politicians and Celebrities😂 (@skye_daddy) May 23, 2021
We love waiting until the damage is done to start thinking critically. This is why other groups are ahead of us. You have to weigh these things out before you make a decision and put your emotions aside in the heat of the moment.
— Black Business Owners of Atlanta (@BBOAtlanta) May 24, 2021
@icecube was right all along.
— pandagold (@pandagold13) May 23, 2021
They told me I was full of ish and Biden is the best option for black folks. They said he was coming to help. They said they were playing chess and that I had 0 clue of what was going on.
I spoke about this months ago.
Govt playing checkers & got folks thinking it’s chess 🤷🏾♂️
— 🆈🅰️🆆 ʜᴏᴛᴇᴘ 🔴⚫🟢 (@Mr_Yancy) May 24, 2021
I accept your apology. 😆
— 🇺🇸MAC🇺🇸 (@maiamypet) May 23, 2021
I accept his apology. Welcome to the fight.
— Chief Squirrel King (@KoR3299) May 23, 2021
It takes a “real” man to admit when he’s wrong. Apology accepted.
— Patti Lynn (@PattiLy79084071) May 24, 2021
As a ‘Caucasian Republican’, I accept your apology.
Though, I have a few buddies, of various other ethnicities, and also Republicans, to whom you owe that same mea culpa.
— Arklytte (@Arklytte) May 24, 2021
Note what the last guy tweeted.
“I have a few buddies, of various other ethnicities, and also Republicans, to whom you owe that same mea culpa,” he wrote.
This is true as well. Trump voters weren’t just comprised of “Caucasians.” Large numbers of minorities voted for former President Donald Trump in the 2020 race.
The Washington Examiner reported earlier this month that his share of votes from women and minorities rose to 57.2 percent last fall, up from 54.8 percent in 2016, based on data from Catalist, a left-wing data analysis firm.
No wonder Dems seem so scared: Post-election data shows where Trump gained bulk of support https://t.co/5f5fV7Aq71
— jo leone (@joleone) May 12, 2021
Conversely, Biden performed best among wealthy “Caucasian” voters.
“What ultimately pushed Biden over the top was his dominance in areas with concentrations of higher-earning, college-educated white people, often with higher numbers of transplants from other parts of the country,” Insider reported in December.
This suggests that perhaps Church’s apology was kind of directed at the wrong people.
Whether or not he meant what he said — he’s a comedian, after all — voter remorse has been fairly common since Biden took office in January, particularly among union workers whose jobs he’s chosen to destroy.
‘Insulting and disappointing’: Unions show signs of voter remorse after Biden reality sinks in https://t.co/ckL3KEKU75
— AntifaBook.com (@JackPosobiec) January 24, 2021
Meanwhile, Biden’s also looking to destroy the gig economy, spike taxes, blow up spending (which is expected to cause more inflation) and ban Menthol cigarettes, the latter of which are exceedingly popular among non-“Caucasian” people.
And remember, he’s just getting started …
He ain’t seen nothing yet. The worst is yet to come.
— Time Traveller (@James6foot5HIGH) May 23, 2021
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