VIDEO: Joe Biden Asks Black Reporter if He’s a “Junkie”

Today, we can add yet another interview to former Vice President Joe Biden’s “greatest hits.”

During an interview with Yahoo News, Biden was asked by interviewer Errol Barnett if he has ever taken a cognitive test. And this is a fair question. Biden’s mental faculties have been a concern across the political spectrum. Adding to that, President Donald Trump has reportedly cleared such a test, and has challenged Biden to do the same.

Apparently, the former VP didn’t take the question too well. Instead of giving a straight answer (which was “no”, by the way), he likened it to the reporter being tested for cocaine use before the interview.

Yup. He went there.

Now, it isn’t usually in our purview to just assume Biden had some racial animus when he retorted in this way. But, this is how the radical left likes to play the game, so we honestly just don’t care anymore. In either case, asking a black man if he’s “a junkie” just because you might have dementia really isn’t a good look, is it?

Of course, this wasn’t the first time Biden’s “wokeness” has been called into question. Not long ago, the former VP flubbed another interview with Breakfast Club host Charlemagne Tha God, where he said “you ain’t black” if you have trouble deciding between him and President Trump in November.

Biden seems like he has a really hard time when he has to talk to black reporters…

Here’s the Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh with more.

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