Despite his campaign trail promises of national unity Joe Biden has already become the most divisive leader in the nation’s history. On Tuesday, he delivered a speech that will further contribute to the growing racial divide in America.
The race-baiter in chief traveled to Oklahoma where he marked the 100th anniversary of what liberals refer to as the Tulsa Race Massacre which was previously known as the Tulsa Race Riot. It was a horrific event that has become increasingly important to Democrats who have weaponized race as the tool of choice to lock down permanent political power.
With much media fanfare, the Delaware demagogue delivered a crowd-pleasing address. He once again tapped into the desire for racial revenge by claiming that “white supremacists” represent the greatest threat to America. This wide net cast by the Democrats is meant to include the party’s political opponents but most importantly, to demonize and dehumanize supporters of former President Donald J. Trump.
NOW – Biden: “Terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today.”pic.twitter.com/pXDeQuVusF
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) June 1, 2021
Biden once again invoked his oft-repeated big lie of the very fine people “on both sides” hoax by comparing the Charlottesville unrest of 2017 to the ugly blight on Tulsa’s history. “Just close your eyes and remember what you saw in Charlottesville four years ago on television,” Biden said,“Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, the KKK [were] coming out of those fields at night in Virginia with lighted torches, the veins bulging as they were screaming.” Showing why such an easily disproven lie has been kept alive by Democrats.
After firing up the crowd with a truckload of red meat, Biden announced his plans to direct the federal government to direct $100 billion in contracts to black-owned businesses. “As president, my administration oversees hundreds of billions of dollars in federal contracts, for everything from refurbishing decks of aircraft carriers or installing railings in federal buildings, to professional services. We have a thing called… I won’t go into it all, there’s not enough time now,” said Biden, “But I’m determined to use every taxpayer’s dollar that is assigned to me to spend going to American companies and American workers that build American products. And as part of that, I’m going to increase the share of the dollars the federal government spends to small disadvantaged businesses, including Black and Brown small businesses.” Interestingly, that would seem to be blatant discrimination.
Last week, Biden’s racial and gender preferences in his $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill were struck down by a federal appellate court which found that they discriminated against white restaurant owners. Biden’s latest race-based giveaway will likely also face challenges in court.
The Tulsa “massacre” is of great significance when it comes to the idea of paying reparations to black Americans. The idea that has long been championed by the Congressional Black Caucus and black supremacist intellectuals. A 2001 commission ruled in favor of the direct payment of reparations to survivors and descendants of survivors of the violence.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee who has spearheaded the congressional push for reparations said that; “The idea of Tulsa, and the idea of continued disparities in the African American community, are ones that need to be repaired,” in remarks reported by The Hill.
Biden laid it on thick in a speech written by his handlers so as to make the maximum emotional impact over what happened a century ago. However, like slavery, Jim Crow laws, and other relics of the past it has much value for the Democrats in ruthlessly advancing their quest for power by any means necessary.
President Joe Biden in Tulsa: “My fellow Americans, this was not a riot. This was a massacre… among the worst in our history, but not the only one, and for too long forgotten by our history. As soon as it happened, there was a clear effort to erase it from our memory.” pic.twitter.com/4xpLplHL1b
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) June 1, 2021
There have been differing accounts of the so-called race “massacre” that stemmed from the arrest of a black man for allegedly assaulting a white woman. A march on the courthouse by an armed black mob to demand his release devolved into a confrontation that spiraled out of control, with 35 blocks of a predominantly black area of the city burned down by an angry mob.
Estimates of the death toll have varied from 36 to the 300 that Biden and the Democrats have settled on. The tragedy was a footnote in history until it was dredged up to promote the political left’s radical racial agenda. The Tulsa Historical Society states that “No one will ever know the absolute truth of what happened during the hours of the Race Massacre” on its website.
As George Orwell famously wrote in his classic novel on totalitarianism 1984, “Who controls the past controls the future.”
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