Joe Biden told black graduates at Howard University that the “most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy.”
Biden added that he was not just saying that because they were black.
Ironically, Biden made his remarks during a passage about national unity.
“But on the best days, enough of us have the guts and the hearts to st- — to stand up for the best in us,’ Biden began.
“To choose love over hate, unity over disunion, progress over retreat. To stand up against the poison of white supremacy, as I did in my Inaugural Address — to single it out as the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy,” Joe Biden added.
“And I’m not saying this because I’m at a Black HBCU; I say it wherever I go,” Biden continued.
“To stand up for truth over lies — lies told for power and profit.”
Biden also repeated the “fine people hoax,” a total lie that claimed President Donald Trump praised neo-Nazis who rioted in Charlottesville as “very fine people.”
The false claim has been recycled since Biden’s campaign launch in 2019 and has not been fact-checked by any so-called independent fact-checkers.
Trump said, which was shown to the nation at Trump’s second impeachment trial, that neo-Nazis should be “condemned totally.”
However, not only has Biden never corrected his remark, he has continued to repeat the lie, even after being confronted with the truth.
Biden told Howard graduates “[t]o stand up for truth over lies.”
While botching Rowley’s academic field, he also forgot the name of Trinidad and Tobago Keith Rowley, incorrectly identifying him as a “Latin American guy.”
Rowley is a geologist.