[VIDEO] Matt Gaetz Grills Biden Admin Over Racist Tweets

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Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) ripped into Biden Administration member Gilbert Cisneros, Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness of the United States, over blatantly racist Tweets made by the Department of Defense’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) chief officer. To be clear, the role of a DEI officer is fairly new in America, but you can find that role in most major corporations, schools, and government agencies. The pitch for this position has been to ensure marginalized groups are properly represented and that racism within any organization is rooted out.

In actuality, the role of DEI officer is generally seen as some sort of woke anti-white and anti-Conservative position that preaches Leftist propaganda. In this particular Tweet, Gaetz highlights the fact that the DoD’s chief DEI officer merges the words “Caucasian” and “audacity” while making the claim that it is impossible for Black people to be racist.

As per usual, the Biden administration official responds by saying it was someone else’s job to investigate the blatant racism and refuses to answer direct questions during the hearing. You can check out the explosive exchange below:

For those who are shocked by the blatant racism seen running rampant in the Biden administration, the real question should be why you are surprised. Joseph Robinette Biden made it obsoletely clear that he had racist tendencies, repeatedly, throughout his entire life as a career politician.  Going back to 2007, Biden was asked what he thought about the up-and-coming soon-to-be president Barack Obama. Joe Biden was clear in his views,

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”

Calling something “a storybook” is akin to calling something unbelievable. It is essentially saying that we are talking about fairy tales. According to the most popular presidential candidate in human history, a clean and articulate mainstream Black guy was a work of fiction.

If a Republican had made that statement, his political career would have been over by the next day. But when we are talking about the Democrats, they alone have the power to forgive blatant racism.

Yet Joe Biden did not stop there. During his run up to the 2020 election, Biden said that ‘poor kids’ are just as bright as ‘White kids.’ The implication being that only non-White kids are poor.

Okay… Maybe that was just a slip of the tongue.

But then you had Biden referring to the Black community as some sort of monolithic group that all share the same attitudes and beliefs when he said,

“Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly diverse attitudes about different things.”

Well… Okay, maybe that was just a one-off. He is not the most articulate of individuals and maybe he meant to say something else.

Fine. But then you had his infamous line,

“If you don’t vote Democrat, then you ain’t Black.” 

What? So Joe Biden thinks that all Black people must think and act alike? Given his history of overtly racist remarks, it is fair to come to the conclusion that he does.

So why should we be surprised that racism is alive and well in the Biden administration? When Biden announced that he would be appointing a judge to the Supreme Court who was going to be a Black woman or when he announced that he was going to be picking a Black woman for his VP, he was basically making the claim that he makes judgements about people based on their skin color before ever considering the content of their character or their abilities.

It’s sad to say, but the United States has really not had an overtly racist president since the last time the Democrats put forth a president who was screening KKK propaganda, Birth of a Nation, in the White House.

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