Can you take a wild guess as to why Joe Biden has chosen to visit Buffalo, New York instead of Waukesha, Wisconsin after both cities experienced racially-motivated violence?
Ask yourself how the Waukesha murderer aligned politically then compare that to current White House talking points. Sounds pretty similar, doesn’t it?
Now ask yourself how the Buffalo gunman aligned politically (according to his manifesto) then compare that to the mechanism by which Democrats are justifying their censorship tactics.
Both ideologies have identical results yet the White House has clearly prioritized one over the other.
Both ideologies are fueled by unfounded racial hatred that should be condemned on all levels, yet it seems that anti-white hatred is fashionable amongst the liberal elite. It’s become entirely acceptable to bash white people simply for being white, to threaten white people, to kill white people, all for some illogical, yet radical, political movement.
Joe Biden and the Democrats are enabling racial hatred by prioritizing victims of violence from a certain race while ignoring the other. This will only fan the flames of racial tension, not cure any past ills of discrimination against black Americans. But that’s their goal.
On Tuesday, Joe Biden will head to Buffalo, New York to visit with local leaders and families of victims of a racially-motivated shooting over the weekend.
Eighteen-year-old Payton S. Gendron, the suspected gunman, live-streamed the Saturday attack that injured three and killed 10.
The cognitively deficient President will be joined by his wife in Buffalo where they plan to “grieve with the community that lost ten lives in a senseless and horrific mass shooting,” according to the administration.
The Biden administration didn’t even wait until the bodies turned cold to release a statement condemning “repugnant white nationalist ideology” while saying nothing of the sort after the Waukesha tragedy.
“Any act of domestic terrorism, including an act perpetrated in the name of a repugnant white nationalist ideology, is antithetical to everything we stand for in America. Hate must have no safe harbor. We must do everything in our power to end hate-fueled domestic terrorism.”
INBOX: Statement by President Biden on Mass Shooting in Buffalo, New York pic.twitter.com/FCstfMzda1
— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) May 15, 2022
Biden did address the Waukesha attack as a “horrific act of violence” but did not mention the repugnant black nationalist ideology of the attacker. Darrell Brooks Jr. was an avid social media user, leaving no confusion about his feelings about white Americans. He espoused radical Black Lives Matter talking points as well as posts inspired by virulent anti-white racist Louis Farrakhan.
But all of the Waukesha victims were white and white people just aren’t politically expedient for Democrats at the moment.
Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki addressed Biden’s decision not to visit Waukesha, saying the trip would “require a lot of assets.”
Biden’s new press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, was asked why Biden chose to visit Buffalo and not Waukesha, to which she said, “I mean, he’s visited many communities.”
Peter Doocy asks Karine Jean-Pierre why Biden is going to visit Buffalo but he didn't visit Waukesha:
"I mean, he's visited many communities." pic.twitter.com/3qE6uaEgBI
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 16, 2022
That tells you everything you need to know!
Author: Asa McCue