The White House’s Minstrel Show

Last week, Biden threw an election campaign event at the White House. It was decided to reverse the hemorrhaging black vote which is headed towards the republican slate as “convicted felon” Donald Trump wins hearts and minds within this community which is so knowing of judicial heavy-handedness.

Allegedly in anticipation of our Federal holiday nine days later, Biden and Harris hosted the Juneteenth celebration concert to “commemorate the ending of U.S. slavery and the granting of freedoms for formerly enslaved Black Americans.”

Sounds respectful, right? But they just couldn’t rein in their weird leftist obsession with minority cults and celebrity. See the dude in the dress? And they didn’t feature any thoughtful speakers, just celebrity black entertainers.

The black lineup featured old ladies such as Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight, alongside contemporary talents like Kirk Franklin, Charlie Wilson, Anthony Hamilton, Raheem DeVaughn, Brittney Spencer and Patina Miller. The show was hosted by comedian Roy Wood Jr..

Not everyone was moved.

The event was criticized widely. Not just because Joe Biden is too far gone to even dance, but critics from the black community called it out for lacking gravitas and amplifying the Democrats’ picture of black people as minstrel entertainers, not as serious and committed members of the community who have much to contribute.

This new federal holiday was signed into effect by Biden as the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, in 2021.