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Democratic strategists Kevin masonry and Max Burns weigh-in the aftermath of the first by 2020 Democratic presidential debate.
Joe Biden continue to dig those holes for themselves with gaffes, even if he means well.
During a campaign fundraiser in Seattle on Saturday, the former Vice President tries not to show how far the United States when it managed to the treatment of the LGBT community, but obviously he is.
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Biden claimed that only five years ago, would it be acceptable for a business man, “reported the fun of a gay waiter, the” Washington Examiner. Those in attendance at the event, which was held at the home of public relations executive and gay rights activist Roger Nyhus, made it clear that was not the case – at least not in your town.
“Not in Seattle!” the people called, claiming that homophobic comments are not tolerated would not have in the year 2014.
The point of Biden’s comments, ‘ s, delivered as the LGBT community and their allies, Pride is celebrated in the weekend, was that the United States has made progress. He said that the hypothetical business man, he spoke of the “would not be invited back” today.
Biden also spoke about how he supports same-sex marriage when he was Vice-President, according to the Seattle Times, told White house officials that the American people were for it, even if the guide was behind the Problem.
This latest misstep is coming soon according to Biden to rehabilitate his image trying, if it can be called to the relations between the races, only by opponent Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J.
“The kid is wearing a hoodie may very well be the next poet laureate and not a gangbanger,” Biden said, illustrating the dangers of stereotyping when you call up the image of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager who was shot in the year 2012.
Booker was not satisfied, as Biden made his point.
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“This is not about a hoodie. It’s a culture that sees a problem with a kid wearing a hoodie in the first place,” he tweeted on Friday. “Our candidate must have to speak the language of race in a far more constructive way.”
On Thursday, the democratic debate, Biden found himself on the defensive when Sen. Kamala Harris of California, criticized his message when he spoke about his ability to work with segregation is in the past, as well as his rejection of state-approved busing as a means of Integration of the public schools.