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CNN commentator Van Jones said the former Vice-President Joe Biden, “took the heart out of the civil rights movement,” according to the defense of state rights and not to apologize, while the democratic debate, for the work with segregation ists in the Senate.
Jones went to Biden, after the attack, defended his work with segregation ists and busing policies during a heated exchange with Sen. Kamala Harris, who assumed the leadership role for him.
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“Let me say, as an African-American, why, that was simply unacceptable. Very argument which was the argument used was that the Federal government should leave us,” Jones said on CNN.
“Let me say, as an African-American, why, that was just unacceptable … he took the heart out of the civil rights movement with this argument.”
— Van Jones
“Well, he’s the heart of the civil rights movement took with this argument. Our request was that we are one, the Constitution applies to all of us, and we want the Federal government, with us and against the racists.”
He added that it was “heartbreaking” that Biden does not apologize for his work with the declared racial segregation Democrats during his time in the Senate.
“My heart breaks about them on a personal level, because all he had to do was to say: ‘you know what? I think I was wrong.’ If he had said, ‘you know what, Kamala? I think I was wrong, and I’ve learned something, and I learned to talk from people like you,” he said. “It was a heart-rending moment.”
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Harris, Biden called on the debate stage, said that “it was really very hurtful, you talk about the Reputation of two United States senators, built your reputation and career on the separation of race in this country.”
“You have added worked together with them to oppose busing set,” Harris refers to the efforts to limit orders for school desegregation by busing. In an emotional moment, you have your own story in buses told, as a little girl in California.
Biden defended himself, said that your comments about his shooting were a “false characterization of my position on the line,” and that he “will not racists praise.”
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“I ran because of the civil rights,” Biden said, noting that he worked as a public defender after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr in 1968. “I will continue to believe that we need to make fundamental changes.”
He stopped then abruptly, to talk about the topic, a little, admitting to the attack line. “Anyway,” he said, “my time is up, I’m sorry.”