Joe Biden Uses Veteran’s Day Speech to Honor “The Great Negro”

It took him long enough, but Joe Brandon has finally said “negro.” I think we all knew this would happen eventually, and we were all looking forward to it. But now that he’s actually done it, I feel nothing other than despair that I have nothing else to look forward to. We’ll get a few more computers advising about portal bridges, but nothing of any significance.

Biden was giving a speech on Veteran’s Day. I’m not sure where it was or whatever, and I don’t care. But it was probably the National Cemetery in Arlington.

He said:

You know, I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time, pitcher in the negro leagues, went on to become a great pitcher in the pros, in the Major League Baseball after Jackie Robison, his name was Satchel Paige.

Apparently, his speech writers are totally retarded. You see: you’re allowed to say “negro league.” That was just a thing that existed, so for now at least, you can mention it. But you can’t call a black a negro. What happened was that the word negro had been written into the speech in the context of the negro league, and it was appearing on his teleprompter. So his senile brain went ahead and referred to Paige as a negro.

One might wonder why he would be talking about a pro baseball player on Veteran’s Day. I am not an expert on negro baseball history, so I looked it up – Satchel Paige was not in any war. He was of age to fight in World War I, when people under 18 were often sent to war, but he was locked up in Alabama Reform School for Juvenile Negro Law-Breakers in Mount Meigs, Alabama until 1918 – for throwing rocks at white boys. (The great negro indeed.)

It’s a weird, random thing to bring up on Veteran’s Day, but it might be part of some kind of agenda to not talk about veterans. If he had to talk about blacks because you aren’t allowed to talk about white people anymore, he could have talked about a black vet.

The good news for Joe Biden is that according to the Jewish media, he didn’t even actually say this.


This stuff where you’re not allowed to say words is a great big hoax. He won’t be punished for saying a banned word. No one will be outraged over it, because no one actually cared in the first place. Creating a banned words list is just a way to give the media and the government the ability to attack anyone they want by associating them with banned words.