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Sorry, Uncle Joe, they no longer serve your kind here

You can’t teach an old dog woke tricks. But when you try, it’s hilarious.

On this farcical occasion, I’m talking about probable Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, who is clearly a man out of time. In recently attempting to reassure the intersectionality identity cult about his role as Senate Judiciary chairman during 1991’s Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Supreme Court hearings, Biden went to the “it’s a white man’s culture” card.

Settle down, hip-hop. You aren’t cutting your next rap album. You’re from Delaware.

Then there are questions like how the product of this so-called white man’s culture could lead to results like the black Clarence Thomas even being appointed to the court at all, and then yet another black guy Biden may know named Barack Obama being elected as president of the United States.

Does Biden remember that? I think he was Obama’s vice president for eight years or something.

And more than anything, the most pathetic thing about all of this is that Biden still looks at his party and thinks he has a place in it as standard-bearer. Come on, man. Bernie Sanders is more socialist than you. Kamala Harris is more black than you. Beto is more beta than you. Elizabeth Warren is more Native American than you. Amy Klobuchar is more woman than you. Pete Buttigieg is more gay than you. Cory Booker is more Spartacus than you.

And Uncle Joe is whiter and more male than them all. Basically he's John Kasich without being the son of a mailman.

Don’t just take my conservative word for it, though. While CNN’s most accurate actual reporter may be the broken clock on its wall – thank you, Babylon Bee – one of its most progressive political propagandists is none other than Joan Walsh. And she thinks that if Biden really wants to change white man’s culture so much, then “don’t run.”

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