Trump Campaign Releases 2 Devastating Ads Hitting Biden’s Black Record; Merchandise Hitting Biden’s Racist ‘You Ain’t Black’ Remark

One thing you can say for the Trump reelection team and that is they come up with the best ads and quickly, so they cab strike while the iron is hot. Biden’s latest gaffe saying that Blacks who don’t support him are not really black.

Besides the ads, the campaign has opened a new site named youaintblack.com that will feature Biden’s racist comment. They have also created new merchandise including a shirt that simply says, “You ain’t Black”…Joe Biden.

 

In an interview on The Breakfast Club, Biden said:

“I tell you if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

The ad features the crime bill that Biden pushed through the Senate that led to the mass incarceration of Blacks. President rolled that back with his First Step legislation.

From The Daily Wire

“Mass incarceration has put hundreds of thousands behind bars for minor offenses,” one of the ads states while showing images of blacks in prison. “Joe Biden wrote those laws.”

The ad then cuts to Biden when he was in the U.S. Senate and showed him saying on the Senate floor, “Every major crime bill that has come out of this Congress … has had the name, Joe Biden, on that bill. … We do everything but hang people for jaywalking in this bill.”

The ad then states: “Joe Biden’s policies destroyed millions of black lives. Joe Biden may not remember, but we do.”

The Trump campaign immediately announced that they were going on the offensive over Biden’s racist remark with a $1 million digital ad blitz.

The second ad directly hits Biden over the remark that he made on Friday and is filled with images of numerous black Trump supporters that have attended some of Trump’s rallies.

The ad also features a clip from Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), who ran a failed 2020 presidential campaign, on the debate stage with Biden last year where she said: “It was hurtful. To hear you talk about the reputations of two United States Senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in this country.”

 

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