PANDERING FOR THE LATINO VOTE

Want to see as classic – and cringeworthy – example of ethnic pandering as you will ever come across?

Then click here, to see Joe Biden going to the podium in front of a primarily Latino crowd, whipping out his cell phone, and playing a Spanish-language hit song, while pretending to be moved enough by it to start dancing in place.

That’s right up (actually, down) there with Biden telling a primarily Black audience, in 2012 that “they gonna put y’all back in chains.”

What’s next, Joe?  Getting in front of a Jewish group and saying “Oy gevalt, vere’s my lox and bagels”?

It doesn’t get much worse than this.

Oh, one other thing:  the song Joe Biden decided to pander with is called “Despacito”.  I thought you might be interested to know what the refrain of that song is, so here is the English translation.  Keep in mind that it is sung slowly and sensually:

I want to breathe your neck slowly
Let me tell you things in your ears
So that you remember when you’re not with me
I want to strip you off with kisses slowly
Sign the walls of your labrynth
And make your whole body a manuscript
Turn it up turn it up….. turn it up, turn it up

 

What a great song for Joe Biden – who has been accused of serial groping of women, including young women – to select.

Who advised him on this one?  Moe, Larry or Curly?

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