“I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time, pitcher in the negro leagues, went on to become a great pitcher in the pros
Source: Gabriel Keane | National File
Democrat president of the United States Joe Biden raised eyebrows during a speech on Wednesday by referring to a black baseball player from the 1940s as “the great negro at the time, pitcher in the Negro leagues.” Biden did not appear to show any comprehension of the fact that the term negro is considered a malicious slur by the people who run his political party.
“I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time, pitcher in the negro leagues, went on to become a great pitcher in the pros, in the MLB after Jackie Robinson, his name was Satchel Paige,” Biden declared without skipping a beat.
According to the revisionist theories of race propagated by corporate media and the Democrat Party, the term negro is a slur that can only be used by black grievance activists. Nonetheless, Biden’s remark appears to have generated little buzz amongst the corporate press, with the only public commentary on the remark appearing to exist exclusively in conservative circles.
Biden’s lack of social graces made headlines last week after he reportedly broke wind for a “long and loud and impossible to ignore” length of time in front of the U.K.’s Duchess of Cornwall during a carbon emissions summit.
Democrat President of the United States reportedly astonished Camilla, the United Kingdom’s Duchess of Cornwall, with a “long and loud and impossible to ignore” gas-passing session during a summit to discuss greenhouse gases, carbon emissions, and air pollution last week.
U.K. news outlet The Daily Mail reported on Saturday that “An informed source has told The Mail on Sunday that Camilla was taken aback to hear Biden break wind as they made polite small talk at the global climate change gathering in Glasgow last week.”
According to the Daily Mail, the source further elaborated that “It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,” and “Camilla hasn’t stopped talking about it.”