Latest Biden Ad Claims Black Americans Fear For Their Lives Every Day

( Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden, a man who has repeatedly made racist comments about black people, saw is campaign release a new ad this week that claims America is a racist society and that every day black people fear losing their lives. In the film, the narrator asks, “Why, in this nation, do Black Americans wake up knowing they can lose their life in the course of just living their life?”

It’s a misleading question because white criminals should expect to risk their lives if they resist arrest and lunge for a weapon like Jacob Blake did.

At the time of writing this article, the video only has 11,000 views. Check out the link to YouTube above and see for yourself just how little traction this thing is getting. Perhaps a better question the narrator could have asked is, “Why does nobody watch our terrible ads?”

The advertisement was released ahead of Joe Biden’s visit to Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday, and appears to be a direct plea to Black voters to support the Democrats in November. In normal times, ads like this wouldn’t be necessary as the Democrats knew they could count on the Black vote, but that’s not the case any longer. New polls suggest that President Donald Trump has the support of as much as 28% of Black voters, and around a third of Hispanic voters, suggesting a massive shift away from the Democrats for non-white voters in America.

The new ad also uses the voice of candidate Joe Biden as well as his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris. It is part of a wider push by the campaign to put Harris at the top billing with Biden, as if they are both running to be president. Which let’s face it, they are. Even Democrat voters don’t believe that Biden will make it through a full first term, and that’s well documented.

In the ad, Harris can be heard saying that police forces should be denied funds if they don’t meet new national standards on the use of force, but she failed to condemn the crime and violence being committed by her supporters in numerous American cities.