Biden Clarifies that He Didn’t Say
What He Said
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The day after Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden stated that African-Americans are
not a diverse community with diverse attitudes, he attempted to clarify his statement, saying he didn’t say what he said.
“When I said that African-Americans are not diverse, I wasn’t saying that African-Americans are not diverse,” said Biden.
“I was saying that, when it comes to diversity, they aren’t as diverse. But that doesn’t mean they’re not as diverse.
They’re just as diverse as the groups that are more diverse than they are.”
“And the time I said if they don’t vote for me, they ain’t black...which I also didn’t say...I wasn’t saying that either.”
“What I said, when I said what I didn’t say, certainly isn’t what I said.”
“Republicans are always saying that I say things I said,” said Biden. “But I’m never saying anything. I haven't said anything
my whole career.”
“All those things I said...I never said them.”
“Sometimes I may accidentally say things, but that doesn’t mean I said them. Saying things is not the same as saying them.
I’ve said this before.”
“That’s an old saying...that I said before anyone else said it...that I never said it.”
- The Satirized Evening Post
August 7, 2020
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