Before leaving office, Obama signed a law banning government workers from using the word “nigger”

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Today, Joe Biden kicked a crawl space when he used the word “nigger” when referring to black baseball legend Satchel Paige. Many people found this to be in bad taste, and others were downright offended. Some members of the propaganda press have tried to claim that Biden didn’t call Mr. Paige a “Big nigger”, but clearly he did, we can all hear what he said. We are not idiots. Now, as Joe meant it, or if it came out badly, this is another issue that has yet to be cleared up by the White House. But Biden is a grown man, and the alleged “president”, so he must be responsible for the words that come out of his mouth, confused or not.

I’m sorry, I know we’ve all lowered expectations to ridiculous levels these days, but that’s the bare minimum this confused man should be able to provide to the American people.

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Here is the video in question. Joe Biden says (and I quote): “I adopted the attitude of the great Negro of the time, the Negri league pitcher, who became a great professional pitcher – in Major League Baseball – after Jackie Robinson. His name was Satchel Paige

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The rather bizarre irony in all of this is that in 2016, just before Obama finally left office, he actually signed a law that removed the words “nigger” and “oriental” from federal law.

This means that the federal government no longer uses the terms “black” and “oriental”.

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The official terms are now “African American” and “Asian American”.

Obama’s bill was passed with bipartisan support.

From PBS

In 1790, the United States Census counted people by grouping them into one of three categories: slaves, free white males and females, or all other free people.

By 1980, the categories had gone through nearly 20 deviations. People could identify as one of 15 possibilities, including now derogatory words like “Negro”. These classifications could shed light on why some federal laws of that time contain outdated verbosity that are now being addressed.

After being approved unanimously with 380 votes, President Barack Obama signed HR 4238 on Friday, amending two federal acts from the 1970s that define “minorities” with deadline or outdated terms.

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The Department of Energy Act has described “minorities” for decades as “a Negro, Puerto Rican, American Indian, Eskimo, Oriental or Aleut or is a Spanish-speaking individual of Spanish descent.”

The new bill changes the language to “Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, African American, Hispanic, Puerto Rican, Native American or Alaska Native.” There is also similar language in the Local Public Works Capital Development and Investment Act.

I guess this is something else that Joe Biden forgot about?

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Maybe someone on his team can remind him, so he stops offending people and getting embarrassed.

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