Biden tells primarily black Howard University grads 'white supremacy' is the 'most dangerous terrorist threat' to America

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Joe Biden said in a commencement speech at Howard University on Saturday that white supremacy is “the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland.”

During the address at the historically black university he had claimed that it was because of the assasination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and the National Guard response that he decided to become a public defender after law school.

President Biden went on to say that the 2017 Charlottesville Virginia rally was what made him want to get back into public life.

“The famous quote when asked about what happened, the famous quote, ‘there are very fine people on both sides,'” he said. “That is when I knew, and I’m not joking, that I had to stay engaged to get back into public life.”

“I thought when I graduated we could defeat hate but it never goes away, it only hides under the rocks,” Biden said. “That is why we know this truth as well, silence is complacency. you cannot remain silent, we have to fight for the soul of the nation and it is still a battle for the soul of the nation.”

He went on to say that the battle against racism “is never really over.” Biden said, “on our best days, enough of us have the guts and heart to stand up for the best in us, to choose love over hate, unity over disunity, progress over retreat. to stand up against the poison of white supremacist.”

“I did my inaugural address as the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland, white supremacy,” He added. “I’m not saying this because I’m at a black HBCU, I say it wherever I go.”

Host of Human Events Daily Jack Posobiec responded to the statement with “Just amazing, truly.”


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