October 4, 2022

Biden says George Floyd’s death has had more of an impact than MLK assassination

A top Democrat strategist recently told a group of fellow Democrat leaders that nominee Joe Biden is “fine” staying in his basement while the Democrat party and mainstream media do the campaigning for him.

We’d have to agree after Biden’s disastrous appearance at a Philadelphia round table on Wednesday, in which he claimed that George Floyd’s death has had more of an impact than the death of famed civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. 

We’ll let his shocking comment speak for itself:

Even Dr. King’s assassination did not have the worldwide impact that George Floyd’s death did, because just like television changed the civil rights movement for the better when they saw [former Commissioner of Public Safety for Birmingham, Alabama] Bull Connor’s dogs ripping the clothes off of elderly black women who were trying to go to church, and fire hoses ripping the skin off of young kids.

That — all those folks around the country who didn’t have any black populations heard about this, but they didn’t believe it, but they saw it, it was impossible for them to close their eyes.

Well, what happened to George Floyd, now you’ve got how many people around the country? Millions of cell phones, it’s changed the way everybody’s looking at this. Look at the millions of people marching around the world.

While it’s true that the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was a flashpoint for widespread protests and riots, even Democrats were left speechless at Biden’s declaration.

Biden also appeared to have another one of his now-famous memory lapses later on in the round table discussion, while attacking Donald Trump’s leadership.

Watch: (H/T GOP War Room)

 

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