In this case, the apple does not fall too far from the tree.
The author of the 1994 crime bill that disproportionately affected black Americans, a known collaborator with racial segregationists, and newly “woke” president, cannot shake the constant controversy that is his son, Hunter.
A deep-dive of the contents in Hunter Biden’s laptop show the president’s son is not afraid to use racially-charged language, even dropping the “N-Bomb” multiple times in text messages and emails.
Recent reports emerged of these messages and Joe Biden is paying the price.
As recently as January 2019, the president’s son sent a series of racially-charged text messages to his attorney George Mesires.
The texts read:
- “I only love you because you’re black”
- “True dat n***a”
- “How much money do I owe you? Because n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates”
In response to Hunter’s text messages, Mesires responded by saying, “That made me snarf my coffee.”
Hunter added: ‘That’s what im saying ni…’, cutting off the racial slur mid-word, then texted a picture to Mesires.
In addition to the text messages, Hunter’s laptop is said to contain a meme depicting his father and former President Barack Obama, which included a racist slur.
The meme is a photo of Biden hugging Obama with the following caption:
‘Obama: Gonna miss you, man
‘Joe: Can I say it? Just this once?
‘Obama: *sigh* go ahead
‘Joe: You my n***a, Barack’
Hunter’s laptop, which he reportedly abandoned at a Delaware shop in April 2019, created a firestorm of controversy for his father during the 2020 election. Emails on the laptop’s hard drive are said to have shown that then-Vice President Biden held a meeting with a high-ranking official at Burisma, the Ukrainian energy giant which Hunter Biden previously served as a board member. Yet, the president has denied any involvement in his son’s business dealings, despite the clear evidentiary contradictions.
The reports comes as Biden has made social justice a larger focus of his presidency. Last week, Biden delivered a speech commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre, during which roughly 300 black people were killed by white people in Oklahoma.
Biden vowed to combat racism in the U.S. by enacting police reform on the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death last month, meeting with the Floyd family at the White House.
“We have to act,” Joe began, as per usual…
President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act by next month, the anniversary of Floyd's death pic.twitter.com/ivFLfbIcpZ
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) April 29, 2021
Author: Nolan Sheridan
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