Joe Biden has not yet learned his lesson.
Biden continues to pander with debunked claims that get him into trouble.
The latest being how he attended black churches during the civil rights movement… a claim that has been investigated several times with zero proof this actually happened.
Joe the Panderer
If I were a minority, there is no way I could support Joe Biden.
The comments I have heard him make over the years added to the blatant pandering are enough to make you sick.
On Sunday, Joe Biden was at it again.
He stated, "Let's lay one thing to rest. I may be a practicing Catholic, but [I] used to go to 7:30 Mass every morning in high school and then in college before I went to the Black church. Not a joke, Andy knows this."
First off, when Joe Biden says not a joke or that he is serious, you can rest assured that it is probably made up.
He continued "Andy, it's so great to see you, man."
Biden was addressing former U.N. ambassador and former Southern Christian Leadership Conference executive director Andrew Young.
Joe added, "You're one of the greatest we've ever had. Andy and I took on apartheid in South Africa and a whole lot else. They didn't want to see him coming. But we used to – that's when we would organize to march and to desegregate the city."
This was a revival of a claim that Biden made during his campaign that was never able to be proven.
At the time, Biden had stated, "When I was a teenager in Delaware, for real, I got involved in the civil rights movement.
"I'd go to 8 o'clock Mass, then I'd go to Rev. Herring's church where we'd meet in order to organize and figure where we were going to go, whether we were going to desegregate the Rialto movie theater or what we were going to do."
Biden, in 1987, stated, "During the '60s, I was, in fact, very concerned about the civil rights movement.
"I was not an activist. I worked at an all-Black swimming pool in the east side of Wilmington, Delaware. I was involved in what they were thinking, in what they were feeling.
"But I was not out marching, I was not down in Selma," he continued. "I was not anywhere else."
Yet, here is again, pushing the same old narratives that he knows not to be true to try to win favor with blacks.
The man is a complete and utter disgrace.
Source: Fox News