He's being called the "most racist president since LBJ."
While Lyndon B. Johnson WAS one of the presidents that actual pushed civil rights forward the furthest, that was often overshadowed by his constant use of the n-word while conducting official presidential business.
According to MSNBC, LBJ's biographer Robert Caro, "Johnson would calibrate his pronunciations by region, using 'nigra' with some southern legislators and 'negra' with others. Discussing civil rights legislation with men like Mississippi Democrat James Eastland, who committed most of his life to defending white supremacy, he'd simply call it 'the n----- bill.'"
And that's who Joe Biden is being compared to.
"I may be a white boy, but I’m not stupid," Joe Biden said at a ceremony honoring African Americans throughout America's history.
NOW - Biden: "I may be a white boy, but I'm not stupid."pic.twitter.com/bBjgkYhxyz
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Biden's full remarks were as follows:
It’s important to say from the White House for the entire country to hear: history matters. History matters and black history matters. I can’t just choose to learn what we want to know. We learn what we should know. We have to learn everything, the good, the bad, the truth, and who we are as a nation. That’s what great nations do. I may be a white boy, but I’m not stupid. I know where the power is, you think I'm joking?