President Joe Biden used the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre, in which black residents were horrifically murdered in bloody riots, as an opportunity to bash America rather than celebrate the progress in Civil Rights that our nation has made.

Remember when Joe Biden promised to be the ‘Uniter-in-Chief,’?

Evidently, similar to his spearheading the 1994 crime bill that caused mass incarceration of Black men, he’s forgotten all about it.

Instead, Biden gave a speech with more partisan ire than lofty ideas; more condemnation of America than belief in it.

Biden Uses The Tulsa Massacre To Disparage America’s Civil Rights Progress

The Tulsa massacre took place on May 31 and June 1, 1921. Alternatively known as the “Black Wall Street”.

It is a too-often forgotten dark chapter of American history, and it needs to be taught in schools far more than it has. 

But Biden claimed that the nation hasn’t come very far in the past century, and diminished the Tulsa Massacre tragedy by pretending today’s voting laws are somehow equivalent.

He accused Republicans seeking to secure election integrity of being “simply un-American,” and engaging in a “tireless assault on the right to vote,” an “unprecedented assault on our Democracy.”

It’s the same kind of hyperbole he used when he called Georgia laws “Jim Crow” that shows Biden is uninterested in truth — he just wants to score political points.

Biden’s Tulsa speech wasn’t just divisive; it sent a clear message to his own radical leftist base that America is still very much a deeply racist country.

According to the president, the hate that led to the massacre “never went away.”

Biden is 100% right on that point. The same Democrats that formed the KKK, passed Jim Crow laws, and fought tooth and nail to derail The Civil Rights Act of 1964, as Biden stated “never went away.”

Only Biden Could Make Obama Seem Like A Moderate 

Barack Obama’s 2008 “race speech” in Philadelphia balanced the sins and the achievements of America.

In Biden’s version, it is all sin, confession, and repentance.

Biden made absolutely no mention of any improvement in racism in America in 100 years.

The closest he got was celebrating that corporate television ads now have more mixed-race couples.

In the 100-years between the Tulsa Massacre, and today the United States has made incredible strides toward equality of opportunity.

NO OTHER PLACE ON EARTH does one’s race or religion matter less in achieving success.

Thank God Joe Biden’s vision of a dark and racist America is nowhere near reality, now if only we could find a Democrat who believes this also.


  1. Did he note Democrats and KKK were very strong when this happened ? As in other horrific events in this country?


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