Vanilla Joe releases a Rap Ad because Despacito wasn’t cringy enough

Vanilla Joe releases a Rap Ad because Despacito wasn’t cringy enough

Just when America forgot all about Joe’s embarrassing “Despacito” Hispandering, Team Biden launches a painful, cringy Rap ad targeting black men.

Yeah. The candidate who still talks about record players has released a Rap ad.

Somewhere in Chappaqua, Hillary breathes a sigh of relief because now her idiotic Hot Sauce pander doesn’t look so embarrassingly shameless.

I tried to get all the way through the Rap ad. But it’s over two minutes long and I just couldn’t do it. I think I made it about thirty seconds before self-preservation kicked in and I had to stop.

If you are a glutton for punishment, you can watch it HERE.

Why is it politicians insist on treating blacks like they’re nothing more than 2-Dimensional stereotypes?

The people who would never try appealing to white voters by releasing a Country Music ad don’t think twice about treating black voters like a monochromatic bloc who can only make important decisions if it is presented to them in free-style rap.

During the primaries, Kamala did the same thing. She jettisoned her own culturally rich background and pretended that being black in America was smoking the dope and listening to Tupac. Daniel Greenfield referred to Kamala’s shameless pander as “Kamala Harris’ Political Blackface Routine.”

Harsh. But true.

So I guess I’m not entirely surprised that Team Biden would dream up something as condescendingly insulting as a Rap ad.

But, to quote a septuagenarian politician, “C’mon, man!”

They could release a new Rap ad every single day from now until November 3rd, and it won’t change the fact that Joe Biden is a seventy-seven-year-old senile old white man who has a nasty habit of insulting black people on a near-regular basis.

He isn’t Dr. Dre for crap’s sake. He isn’t even Vanilla Ice.

The one thing I love about President Trump is he addresses everyone the same way. He doesn’t tailor his message depending on whether he’s talking to blacks or Hispanics or men or women or young or old. And he certainly doesn’t deploy ad campaigns that rely on 2-dimensional stereotypes. No matter who we are, we all get the same Trump.

This desperate, grasping attempt to appeal to specific identity groups by boiling them down to their stereotypes is patronizing as hell.

If Biden/Harris had a strong, solid message, this kind of pandering would be entirely unnecessary.

But they don’t, yo.

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5 thoughts on “Vanilla Joe releases a Rap Ad because Despacito wasn’t cringy enough

  • October 14, 2020 at 1:27 pm

    Marcus Licinius Crassus: “We’ve already been made to look a fool. Let’s not add the trappings of a clown”

    Wise advice for Team Biden.

  • October 14, 2020 at 7:52 pm


  • October 14, 2020 at 8:01 pm

    “Vanilla Joe” eh? More like “Benefiber Joe”. Or does “Kaopectate Joe” roll off the tongue easier (so to speak).

    What probably happened is one of Joey’s keepers said, “Joe, here’s the deal. Ya gotta beat this rap.”

  • October 14, 2020 at 10:22 pm

    The desperation is palpable. Or, as Biden would say, palatable. Democrats have totally destroyed parody. Less than 3 weeks until his final, devastating humiliation. Will DOCTOR Jill explain what happened to him and how he can stay in the basement with his blankie now? Will KuhMALA go back to Willie Brown? So many questions… Tune in November 4th….

  • October 15, 2020 at 9:03 am

    I think the answer is that in their world view blacks ARE two-dimensional. The people they like to think of as though they own their voting loyalty in perpetuity based on all the handouts they can reward them with. Joey Fingers always lets it slip out the longer he talks that the blacks and browns are his special pets and he can make all the racially condescending remarks he wants because he always got a pass for that being a DEM. He reminds of a great uncle of mine who made it no secret he hated blacks and browns. My uncle would always let slip a sly comment about the (supposed) inferiority of other races just like Joey. Must be a generational thing.

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