Charlamagne tha God has been saying a lot this week that has to be devastating for the Biden campaign.
Let’s start off with the fact that the radio host doesn’t support either Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump. You may recall Joe Biden’s infamous “You ain’t black” comment was to Charlamagne and it seems like he’s been calling him out since then. But now he’s trying to warn the Democrats that Biden is so weak, he’s going to be in big trouble in the election, and he may lose.
He pointed out how Team Biden was going about doing the same pandering that they’ve done for years to try to get votes, going to a “black church” and a “soul food spot.” The “same old sh*t,” he said.
When asked why, he gave an honest answer: “Because he sucks as a candidate.”
He added that you have to be telling people how you’re going to help put more money in their pockets — that he’s inundated by people calling into his show talking about their financial difficulties.
He pointed out how he’d never seen the working-class folks he knew so upset about the “migrant issue.”
Charlamagne says it wasn’t until after Republicans like Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis began shipping people to sanctuary cities that people changed their tunes, and now voters are going to be looking at that and thinking the Republicans were right. He also said Biden had to take responsibility for the problems.
Now, that’s something the Democrats should listen to. But they’re not, they don’t want the voters to hear that truth. Instead, they’re attacking Charlamagne for speaking reality.
Democratic strategist Ameshia Cross bashed him on X, calling him a “threat” to “fact-based news and policy.”
“His lack of knowledge on policy issues yet amplified voice is a problem. He had been spreading disinformation for [years] unabated. The culture deserves better,” Cross continued.
Translation: he’s not repeating the Democratic narrative.
But they’re going to flip out all over the place with his latest comment. When he was pressed as to who he thought was going to win, not necessarily who he would vote for, he said Trump.