Biden Says ‘White Supremacy’ Most Dangerous Threat To U.S.

On Saturday, at the commencement of Howard University, President Joe Biden inflamed racial tensions by saying that “white supremacy” is the biggest threat to America.

Biden delivered an address for the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) in Washington, D.C. In it, he expressed pessimism about the struggle against racism in the United States, calling it “a battle that’s never really over.”

Then, he warned the new graduates to watch for what he considers America’s biggest threat.

When Biden said, “The most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy,” the crowd cheered. 

Biden continued his racially charged belief by adding that he wasn’t just saying that because of where he was, a black university. 

President Biden’s speech to the graduating class was an attempt to inspire them by describing them as the “strength of our diversity at the center of American life.” 

The Democratic president then indirectly criticized the previous Republican administration of Donald Trump, a president who arguably did more for the black citizen than any modern-day president.

He said ” others ” don’t see you and don’t want this future. 

As Biden sowed divide with his speech, with no self-awareness whatsoever, he said that people could be “demonized and made to fight each other.”

He continued by saying that some will resort to absolutely any desperate or immoral measure to maintain their grasp on power, which perfectly summarizes the left and its playbook, as illustrated by Biden’s speech.

Before leaving, Biden remarked that the Howard grads exemplified “the best” of America, an accolade that is smarmy, condescending, and overtly divisive and racial.

Biden hyperbolically said that the black students “hold the key to America’s destiny” while adding that it “wasn’t an exaggeration.”

In poker, you call that a tell.

His gushing stands in contrast to his words as a senator when he said about busing, “Unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a jungle, the jungle being a racial jungle with tensions having built so high that it is going to explode at some point. We have got to make some move on this.”