Joe Biden Dog-Whistles to Anti-White Hate Groups, Citing Michigan Hoax, Charlottesville

The “Boogaloos” who were arrested for allegedly planning a “kidnapping” of Michigan Governor Cunt were anti-Trump and pro-BLM. They definitely weren’t a pro-white group.

Saying these men were pro-Trump is an anti-Trump canard, and possibly at this point even a trope.

There is also effectively zero evidence that this was a real “plot.” Big League Politics has a great article up about how it was a standard FBI entrapment scheme of the kind they’ve been foisting on Moslems for decades.

But none of that of course matters to Joe Biden, or the people who believe in him. It’s just all about emotions and how words really and truly hurt.


Joe Biden said President Donald Trump bears blame for the alleged domestic terrorist plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, pointing in a speech Friday to Trump’s calls on Twitter to “liberate Michigan” in the wake of the Democratic governor’s coronavirus-related restrictions.

Describing the alleged plot, Biden said, “It’s the sort of behavior you might expect from ISIS and it should shock the conscience of every American. Every American.”

He continued, “And the failure to condemn these folks is stunning from the outset,” adding, “When the President tweeted, ‘liberate Michigan,’ ‘liberate Michigan,’ that’s the call that was heard. That was the dog whistle.”

Yeah, he’s not even saying that Trump “created a climate” or whatever. He’s saying Trump planned this and was sending a secret message.

If this is what we’re dealing with, if “democracy” has so little connection to reality, then why would anyone ever support democracy?

Biden’s comments, as he campaigned in Michigan on Friday alongside Whitmer and Democratic Sen. Gary Peters, who is facing a competitive reelection, came the week after the FBI revealed it had uncovered an extremist group’s plot to kidnap Whitmer at the state Capitol. The alleged scheme included plans to overthrow several state governments that the suspects “believe are violating the US Constitution,” including the government of Michigan and Whitmer, according to a federal criminal complaint.

After the alleged plot was revealed, Trump continued to attack Whitmer and did not explicitly denounce the group behind the alleged plot.

Biden also condemned Trump for his response to White supremacists rallying in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017 — a moment the former vice president has long said led him to decide to run against Trump.

“Hate never goes away; it hides,” Biden said. “We need to be clear from the President on down in this country: There is no place for hate in America.”




After all these years.

The same old anti-white trope-canard.

Why don’t they just say: “we think white people are evil and they need to die”?

Because what Joe Biden is literally doing is “dog whistling” to anti-White hate groups.