Biden makes big deal of inviting black teen shooting victim to the White House after he snubbed grieving Nashville parents

President Joe Biden seems to be determined to go down as the most divisive Democrat leader since Jefferson Davis and on Tuesday, he announced that he had spoken to the black teen victim of a shooting incident in Kansas City last week and that he had invited 16-year Ralph Yarl to the White House, a courtesy that he never saw fit to publicly extend to the families of the six victims of a mentally disturbed transgender murderer who shot up a Christian elementary school in Nashville last month, or to anyone else that he couldn’t use to pander to a key element of his party’s base.

The shooting of the youngster by an 84-year-old white homeowner after he allegedly rang the doorbell at the wrong residence has been exploited by Democrats and their winged monkeys in the media to whip up renewed hysteria over what has been claimed by some to be an incident rooted in racial animus. And never one to miss out on pouring gasoline on the fire, the race baiter-in-chief made a big deal over the phone conversation with the wounded teen and the invitation to the nation’s capital to meet with him personally.

“Last night, I had a chance to call Ralph Yarl and his family,” Biden wrote on Twitter. “No parent should have to worry that their kid will be shot after ringing the wrong doorbell. We’ve got to keep up the fight against gun violence.”

“And Ralph, we’ll see you in the Oval once you feel better,” he added.

Biden’s big announcement caused quite a stir on Twitter where users expressed outrage over the great divider’s selective treatment when it comes to victims of violence.

After lying to the American people that he would be a unifying presence if elected, Biden has gone on to repeatedly inflame racial tensions which, since the dismal tenure of Barack Obama, have been going in the wrong direction, reversing decades of progress and all but actually spitting on the grave of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. who had a dream that one day, people would be judged not by the color of their skin but rather by the content of their character.

And Biden has been a truly repulsive character during his White House tenure with only one of many examples earlier this year being his brazenly false assertion that there are white folks who still want to celebrate the lynching of black people and take pictures of their bodies.

“With white crowds, white families gathered to celebrate the spectacle, taking pictures of the bodies and mailing them as postcards,” Biden said on the occasion of a White House screening of the movie “Till” which is about the Chicago teen who was brutally murdered by Mississippi racists back in 1955. “Hard to believe, but that’s what was done. And some people still want to do that.”

The deliberate destruction of race relations in America is sad and tragic but it’s only guaranteed to get worse with the most pivotal election in the nation’s history rapidly approaching and Biden and his fellow Democrats needing an inflamed and energized black electorate to retain their grip on power.

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Chris Donaldson

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