Trump Shares Funny Rap Video Mocking Biden
President Donald Trump shared a hilarious rap video that is mocking presidential candidate Joe Biden. The rap video is meant to mock the comment that Biden made during an interview with Charlamagne Tha God. “If you have a problem figuring out if you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” Biden said. That statement drew a great deal of criticism. The Biden campaign tried to do damage control afterward by claiming that Biden was only joking, but a lot of people were offended by his statement as if he is the arbiter of who should be considered black and should not be.
On Wednesday, President Trump took the opportunity to share a parody rap video that was made by the hip hop artist known as The Marine Rapper. The video was meant to mock Biden’s “you ain’t black” comment. One line of rap song goes, “Who made you the white man in charge of the black authority?” It did not stop there. It also hit Joe Biden’s track record when it came to legislation.
The rapper mentioned Biden’s role in enacting the Violent Crime Law Enforcement Act in 1994 when he was the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The law caused mass imprisonment, which we see today. Unfortunately, the law has affected African American families more than any other demographic. The video also alleged that Biden plagiarized speeches. The rapper said that he would never vote for Biden and ended by saying, “Trump 2020 and still keeping my melanin.”
He could have gone on and on with other accusations against Biden. For example, he could have mentioned how Biden is facing an allegation of sexual assault. An assistant who worked in his office in the 1990s alleges that Biden sexually assaulted her. The mainstream media has provided protection for Biden, making sure that the story does not get a wide circulation. The rapper could have also mentioned Biden’s obvious cognitive decline. Biden’s appearances have become few and far between, and each time that he does address the public, he is sure to commit a gaffe that his campaign will have to try and fix.