In little more than one week, Joe Biden has made the transition from “you ain’t black” to “I can’t breathe” with the shameless exploitation of the tragic killing of George Floyd.
Like buzzards feasting on a fresh carcass, Team Biden ghoulishly rushed to turn the brutal murder by cop that horrified America into a revenue stream for his presidential campaign.
In an email sent to Biden supporters begging for money by using Floyd’s last words as well as fear-mongering that black people’s lives are endangered in American because of their skin color.
According to the email:
“I can’t breathe.” “I can’t breathe.”
George Floyd’s last words. But they didn’t die with him. They’re still being heard. They’re echoing across this nation.
They speak to a nation where too often just the color of your skin puts your life at risk.
The responsible group is a neocon front led by rainmaker Bill Kristol, the driving force behind a years-running propaganda campaign against President Trump by Democrats who presented themselves as Republicans and who advocate for aggressive militarism and supported Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The sick use of Floyd’s death shows that there is no level to which these ghouls won’t stoop but it is red meat to the party’s social justice warrior base.
It is a testament to how the Democratic party has become an openly racist party where dangerous demagoguery has replaced ideas and having the nation burned to the ground is acceptable collateral damage in exchange for political power.
ia Fox News, “Biden raises money off George Floyd’s ‘I can’t breathe’ comments”:
The Joe Biden campaign on Tuesday sent an email to its supporters that highlighted “George Floyd’s last words” in a message that included a link for people to donate to the campaign, a move which drew criticism from conservatives like Donald Trump Jr. Wednesday.
The lengthy email tore into President Trump’s handling of the unrest following Floyd’s death last week while in the custody of the Minneapolis Police Department, called for an end to violence from rioters and said that Biden would create a “national police oversight commission.”
The message was saved by “The Archive of Political Emails,” a project run by the Defending Democracy Together Institute, a self-styled center-right group.
The element in the Biden email that drew Trump Jr.’s ire was the email’s opening, which used Floyd’s words while a Minneapolis police officer was using his knee to pin Floyd to the ground by his neck to grab readers’ attention.
“‘I can’t breathe.’ ‘I can’t breathe,'” the email read. “George Floyd’s last words. But they didn’t die with him. They’re still being heard. They’re echoing across this nation.”
The email continued: “They speak to a nation where too often just the color of your skin puts your life at risk… It’s a wake-up call for our nation. For all of us.”
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