If Biden were a Republican, every demeaning comment he’s made about black people would be a major story. The disparate impact of his crime bill would be the subject of 1,000 op-eds. The name “Tara Reade” would be uttered in every news segment.
His touchiness toward girls would be the cause of feminist protests. His inability to finish a thought would be disqualifying. His eulogy for a former KKK member would be playing on loop. His proven lies & plagiarism over his 47 year political career would be detailed in full.
We wouldn’t be talking about anything but Hunter Biden, and whether or not Joe’s foreign policy with nations like China can be bought. He’d be asked why he & the Obama admin put “kids in cages” at the border & deported an unprecedented number of illegal immigrants.
Instead, very few journalists are talking about these things, & Twitter is actively shutting down conversation about some of them. None of these these issues—all significant—are even known by many voting for Joe, & that’s exactly how they want it.
I have no problem with journalists scrutinizing Trump. I just wish we could see even half of the energy put into scrutinizing Joe Biden’s words, actions & record. But we won’t. Most “journalists” are left-wing ideologues & mere extensions of Democratic campaigns.
And, if we had a press that was even 20% non-partisan, we’d hear about the other concerns at least half the country have: Does Joe Biden support late term abortion? Why does Joe support repealing the Hyde Amendment? What cases will be overturned if Dems pack the court?
Does Joe support the Equality Act, which exists as a deliberate infringement upon religious liberty? Why didn’t Joe fight “systemic racism” during his 47 year political career + time as VP?
Does Joe support critical race theory training subsidized by the taxpayer? Does he see China as the threat they are? Does he support protection of the 1st & 2nd amendments? How will he pay for his education + climate plans w/o raising taxes on those making less than $400K?
Does Kamala still believe Joe is a racist who flirted with segregationists? Does she defend her support of the CA bill that would force pro-life centers to advertise abortions? What about her recent legislation to ease abortion restrictions in the last 3 months of pregnancy?
Instead, we mostly get “Joe & Kamala are going to bring us together.” How? Like Obama did?

We don’t have anything close to a fair press, which means most people vote on emotions, not information.
Why are they fighting against school choice and charter schools if they say they care about black, brown, immigrant and poor communities?

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If you are aiming for “racial reconciliation,” Christians, intersectionality, Critical Race Theory and Liberation Theology will not get you there. Their purpose is to deconstruct & divide, but they can never build up & bring together.
How do you know your church is preaching these things? If the teaching assigns guilt & innocence, responsibility & victimhood, collectively based on skin color. If repentance is only demanded based on race. If “justice” is defined as the world defines it rather than how God does.
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I would still welcome you into my home and share a meal with you. I don’t assume you’re a bad parent or that you hate people. I don’t think you should be shunned from society, harassed, or shamed. I think you are wrong, and that your policy positions are seriously harmful...
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