Biden Tells Americans To ‘Reject The Lie’ Of ‘Replacement Theory’ (VIDEO)

Written by K. Walker on May 17, 2022

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President Biden is continuing to insist that the threat of “white supremacy” in the United States is greater now than it has been in decades.

Back in 2019, Biden said that he decided to run for President by pushing the lie that Trump failed to condemn white supremacists in Charlottesville. Trump did. Repeatedly. But Biden and the Democrat-favoring media don’t ever want to acknowledge that.

On Tuesday, President Biden addressed the families of the victims of the horrific grocery store shooting. During his remarks, he brought up Charlottesville (again) and said that domestic terrorism from white supremacy is a threat to the American experiment.

Just a reminder, this is the same guy who bragged about working with segregationists when he was in the Senate and gave a eulogy for a former Klan recruiter who started a chapter of the KKK in West Virginia where there wasn’t one. Those were things that happened within his lifetime.

Also, that same guy, who also said “you ain’t black” if you don’t vote for him, is probably not the best messenger on race relations.

Biden continued to talk about the “growing” problem of white supremacy and it’s pretty clear where he thinks it’s coming from. Later in his speech, he mentions January 6 and gun control.

He then called out those in politics and media (though he didn’t name names) who he says push this divisiveness. Biden lumps all of those who don’t share his vision of America as complicit in “white supremacy.” It’s absurd.

You can watch a longer clip of Biden’s speech here:

This is not unexpected. Newly-minted White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had said that the administration was going to be calling out those who push the “great replacement theory” calling it racist.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Tuesday blasted unnamed public figures for pushing the racist so-called “replacement theory,” saying they “should be ashamed of themselves.”

For a second consecutive day, Jean-Pierre refused to name names when reporters on Air Force One asked if anyone specific may have inspired the mass murder of 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket Saturday by suspected white supremacist Payton Gendron, 18.

“The people who spread this filth know who they are and they should be ashamed of themselves,” Jean-Pierre said. “But I’m not going to give them or their noxious ideas they’re pushing the attention that they desperately want.”
Source: New York Post

While Jean-Pierre has a history of calling things that she doesn’t like “racist” — in this case, at least, she’s right.

President Biden and the Regime Media are desperate to conflate two very different things in order to blame Fox News and the GOP for inspiring the monster that shot people in Buffalo on Saturday.

They’re trying to make opposition to illegal immigration the same thing as the anti-semitic “great replacement” theory that the sick, twisted shooter said he embraced.

These things are not the same even if the left is trying to conflate them.

One is opposition to the violation of immigration law by literally anyone of any race and the other is a racist trope that “the Jews” are pushing a demographic change to further some sort of secret cabal agenda.

Conservatives who know the distinction do condemn the “great replacement” because it’s rooted in racism.

Admittedly, some of us weren’t initially aware that it was different from the “browning of America” lauded by the left because it will usher in a new, progressive era. (Guilty as charged. But now I know and you do, too. Hey, I can’t be an expert on everything!)

It’s easy to be confused with these things and the Regime Media is conflating them, too.

“Facts First” CNN was praising an influx of immigrants contributing to the “browning of America” would shift voting patterns in the long term.

So did Biden in 2015.

Are those examples of pushing the “great replacement theory”? Will Biden condemn CNN and himself for it?

The nutters with Tiki torches marching in Charlottesville were a pretty small group. There are probably more devotees of the Church of Star Wars than there are legit white supremacists in the United States. (That’s just a guess, fact-checkers! Chill.)

But while we’re condemning that particular narrative as racist, there’s also been the push to embrace so-called “anti-racism” and Critical Race Theory that quite literally pathologizes “whiteness.”

The choice is to agree with the neo-racists that think that white people are the problem or be called racist. Not much of a choice, really.

Let’s face it — racism against white people has become fashionable on the left and there has been what appears to be an outright celebration of the shifting demographics in the U.S. towards visible minorities.

As we have mentioned before, this has been highlighted in the Regime Media for years.

Pushing that this is the fault of the Right is completely disingenuous.

Of course, Biden also pushed gun control. This is precisely why the shooter chose New York to carry out his attack — because of the strict gun control.

A quick moment to give credit where it’s due — the one thing that Biden did that is actually laudable is that he made sure to highlight and humanize the victims of this tragedy instead of the hateful, deranged gunman.

Before arriving in Buffalo, this was supposed to be the thrust of his speech — to give consolation and comfort to those who were grieving after this unfathomable evil thing that they’re currently suffering through.

The President (surprisingly) did a reasonably decent job of being the “Consoler in Chief” after this tragedy… well, after alluding to the loss of his beloved son, Beau.

It’s a bit tone-deaf to say that losing a loved one early to a brain tumor is in any way, shape, or form the same as an untimely death due to a horrific, racially-motivated violent attack.

Biden did name and highlight the victims, who should be getting more airtime than the monster that shot them.

The president named the 13 shooting victims, ten of whom died, and detailed their backgrounds as parents, grandparents, caretakers, a preacher, a retired police officer, a public school teacher and others whose lives were suddenly cut short in a hate-fueled attack…

The deceased victims of Saturday’s mass shooting include Roberta A. Drury, 32; Margus D. Morrison, 52; Andre Mackneil of Auburn, 53; Aaron Salter, 55; Geraldine Talley, 62; Celestine Chaney, 65; Heyward Patterson, 67; Katherine Massey, 72; Pearl Young, 77; and Ruth Whitfield; 86.

Those who suffered non-life threatening injuries include Zaire Goodman, 20; Jennifer Warrington, 50; and Christopher Braden, 55.
Source: Fox News

This really should have been the focus rather than just the first few minutes of the speech.

But he doesn’t get kudos for that without criticism for using the opportunity to drive a wedge in an already divided America after promising to be a “uniter.” What a load of crap that was!

What is interesting is that he was able to spare the time to do this for these victims, but didn’t do the same after the horrific tragedy in Waukesha.

It is impossible to have honest conversations about race relations in the United States when one side of the extremism is highlighted and sparks a week-long spate of headlines, followed by years of calls for “reckoning” — but when any other form of hate causes violence, it is dismissed and shoved into the memory hole at the first available opportunity.

You can watch the full remarks here:

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker