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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Leaked Audio Of Joe Biden Talking Down To Civil Rights Leaders

leaked audio of biden with civil rights leaders

 

After the audio was leaked to the public, the radical left who voted for Biden to become “President of the United States” was highly disappointed in Joe Biden’s message as he talked down to the civil rights leaders including Al Sharpton.

 

In a snippet of the audio, he later says, “There’s no executive authority to do away that. No one has fought harder to get rid of assault weapons than me, me, but you can’t do it by executive order.”

 

During the meeting, Joe Biden mentioned not implementing the police reform because he is afraid that the next politician might reverse everything that he would do if he officially became the President of the United States. 

Leaked Audio of Joe Biden admitting his lies

In my opinion, Joe Biden was defensive, negative, and condescending. Based on the audio, you could tell that he didn’t care about black people even though recently, he practically stated that he was thankful that African-Americans voted for him, and yet he let them down. It’s quite obvious to me that Joe Biden is showing his true colors as the corrupt politician that he is. Many people on the far left are quite shocked by his comments and some are probably wondering, “what the heck was I thinking when I voted for this guy!” First, it was the mainstream media completely flipping the story of Hunter Biden by admitting to the facts of the Hunter Biden investigation with taxes which they decided to reveal after the election. 

Leaked audio of Joe Biden talking to civil rights leaders

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