By now, most Americans are likely aware of the fact (or they should be, anyway) of the explosive content released in Hunter’s recent text messages, in particularly his repeated, multitudinous usage of the “n-word.”
That’s right, the son of the president who claims to care about racial unity just happens to use quite a few racial slurs himself.
Even worse, these slurs were directed at his own (likely grossly underpaid) attorney, who happens to be African-American.
Just consider one gem from Hunter (one of many, unfortunately), directed at his own attorney.
“How much money do I owe you, because [N-word] you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.” [Source: Fox News]
Hence, the above remark about “likely grossly underpaid,” courtesy of Hunter’s big mouth (or overly enthusiastic fingers).
And Republicans are “racist?”
Needless to say, Don Trump Jr. instantly called out the insanely gross media bias with regards to Democrats and Republicans, wryly pointing out the outrage that would undoubtedly ensure if any of the Trump children were to use such language.
“Try to imagine one of the Trump kids dropping the n-word … Real quote from Hunter: ‘n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.’ #RacistHunter.” [Source: Breitbart]
Fortunately, Trump Jr. is hardly alone in his disgust towards Hunter, as evidenced by numerous tweets regarding the outrageously racist texts.
For instance, Twitter user Eric Greitens made a rather humorous tweet that revealed the Democrats’ utter hypocrisy.
Indeed. The media and the government “should still care.”
Unless, of course, they really don’t care about minorities at all and merely use them as pawns when it’s convenient, primarily during election cycles, after which they’re largely discarded, at least in terms of any real legislation that supposedly uplifts them.
Twitter User Scott Presler provides support for exactly this theory, particularly when he calls out Biden directly.
“Joe Biden’s son used the n-word multiple times in text messages with his lawyer … I wonder where he learned that …
And it isn’t just Presler saying these comments; Megyn Kelly also weighed in rather wryly (and accurately).
“Turns out when Joe Biden was telling us what a racist country America is, he had someone very near & dear in mind.” [Source: Breitbart]
Boy is that the probable case.
After all, Biden himself has made a number of disturbing commentaries regarding minorities.
“Young black entrepreneurs are just as capable of succeeding given the chance as white entrepreneurs are, but they don’t have lawyers, they don’t have accountants.” [Source: Fox News]
Well then, Biden. Glad to see you have such faith in African-American entrepreneurs’ abilities to find out this information and act upon if for themselves.
Per various critics, including Fox News contributor Miranda Devine, Biden’s views of minorities illuminate a rather disturbing trend in Biden’s thought process.
“It’s a cartoon view that doesn’t comprehend a world in which black people have agency, and can be successful in their own right — or even are capable of showing ID at a polling booth.” [Source: Fox News]
It’s also a view that apparently expects African-Americans to vote for Biden no matter what. After all, who can forget Biden’s rather infamous, “you ain’t black” comment, a rather pointed commentary to African-Americans who dare to even contemplate voting for “the other side.”
Not to mention Biden’s other rather off-color remark, namely when he claimed that Americans were well off during the pandemic because “some black woman” was stocking grocery stores’ shelves.
Way to empower minorities with their own agency, Biden.
Oh wait, Trump did that, which is why he pulled a greater percentage of minority votes than any other Republican presidential candidate in recent history.
Nice “unity” so far Biden.
America could use a little less of what you define as “unity,” and the nation could definitely use a little less of your perpetually degenerate, influence-peddling, shady deal-swindling, parmesan cheese-smoking son.
Author: Jane Jones