Biden calls slavery America’s ‘original sin’ at Africa summit; pledges billions in giveaways

President Joe Biden hosted a summit for African leaders at the White House where he called slavery the nation’s “original sin” while pledging to send billions of dollars to the region at a time when Americans are struggling economically.

On Wednesday, Biden returned to the racial themes that have served him very well over the course of his decades-long political career and especially in recent years as the left’s obsession with slavery has fueled passions that have been a boon to the Democratic Party.

During the lavish D.C. dinner with the African politicians – the first since Barack Obama convened his own summit in 2014 – Biden pandered to his audience by invoking human bondage.

“Our people lie at the heart of the deep and profound connection that forever binds Africa and the United States together,” Biden said. “We remember the stolen men and women and children who were brought to our shores in chains, subjected to unimaginable cruelty.”

“My nation’s original sin was that period,” he added.

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“We honor their descendants, who our generations have — for generations have helped build this country and propel it to higher heights, leading the charge, blazing new trails, and forging a better future for everyone in America,” he said while referring to black Americans as a diaspora community.

Biden also stuck with the idea that the nation is obligated to serve as an ATM machine for the rest of the planet and that U.S. taxpayers must subsidize much of the planet, promising billions of dollars to the continent at a time when millions of Americans are being forced to downsize for Christmas.

The POTUS touted his regime’s giveaways in a speech during the summit.

 

“Africa’s economic transition depends on good government, healthy populations, and reliable and affordable energy,” Biden said at the summit. “These things business seeks out when they’re looking to invest. They attract new opportunities, and they launch new partnerships.”

“And the United States is committed to supporting every aspect of Africa’s inclusive growth and creating the best possible environment for sustained commercial engagement between Africa companies and American companies,” the president added.

Twitter users reacted to Biden’s largesse on behalf of American taxpayers.

After the festivities, Biden joined Moroccan Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch to watch the World Cup semifinal match pitting France against Morocco, a disappointment with the African nation on the wrong end of a 2-0 score.

The “leader” of the free world’s remarks are consistent with the teachings of Critical Race Theory and the revisionist history of The New York Times “1619 Project” which suggests that America was built on the bones of exploited African slaves while largely ignoring the fact that the U.S. abolished the heinous practice nearly a century and a half ago. Still, the emotional effect is the proverbial gift that keeps on giving for Biden and his Democratic Party.

 

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