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Video: Biden Is Perpetuating A Racist Trope That Minorities Don’t Know How To Use The Internet

President Joe Biden took the stage Tuesday in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for the first town hall of his term, fielding questions from Americans about coronavirus vaccinations, school reopenings, and other issues.

President Joe Biden stated that COVID-19 vaccines will be widely available to the general public by the end of July.

“By the end of July we’ll have over 600 million doses, enough to vaccinate every single American,” Biden told Cooper.


Biden then put another lie!

Biden explained a major obstacle for widespread vaccinations had been a lack of vaccinators — an issue he addressed with an executive order to increase the number of vaccinators. He also noted that when he assumed office, there were only 50 million doses available. Biden said he implemented the Defense Production Act to “get the manufacturing piece of it to get more equipment.”

Another reason for the lack of vaccination is because minorities don’t know how to get online according to Biden.

Biden said that minorities “don’t know how to use, know how to get online” in order to determine how to get in-line for vaccinations.

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He didn’t even care that with his statement, he is perpetuating a racist trope that minorities don’t know how to use the internet.

Assuming the coronavirus vaccine rollout goes as planned, Biden said he believes life will return to normal for many Americans ”by next Christmas.”

“I think we’ll be in a very different circumstance – God willing – than we are today,” he said.

He added that while he doesn’t ”want to over-promise anything,” he believes that ”significantly fewer people” will have to stay socially distanced and wear masks one year from now.

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The people who are eligible for vaccination right now are Seniors. I know plenty who are having a hard time with making the appointments on the portals and require assistance, but the color of their skin is not the problem.