FNC's Harris Faulkner weighs in on former VP Joe Biden telling "The Breakfast Club" host Charlamagne Tha God that he "ain't black"
if he considers supporting Donald Trump.
HARRIS FAULKNER, FOX NEWS: I've been fighting against this notion that you are not black enough unless you think a certain way, you vote a certain way, you speak a certain way, you do certain things.
My whole life, I grew up military. Pretty much neutral along the zone of, can't we all just get along no matter what we look like? I have bi-racial daughters. Melissa, you know them.
This is more than just a little offensive. It is shortsighted, it is a blind spot for this former vice president. He should have gotten up immediately on whatever venue, the microphone he had. I would have said it for him immediately right there, in the one he was already in, on "The Breakfast Club." and say, "You know what? Let me restate that."
I think this says it better. It's Black Voices For Trump and their statement. I'm going to be the first couple of sentences:
"White liberal elitists have continuously dictated which black Americans are allowed to come to the table and have a voice. It is clear now more than ever, following these racist and dehumanizing remarks, that Joe Biden believes black men and women are incapable of being independent or freethinking. He truly believes that a 77-year-old white man should dictate how black people should behave. Biden has a history of racial condescension, and today he once again proved that a growing number of black Americans, and I've always known Joe Biden does not deserve our votes."
That is Trump 2020 senior advisor Katrina Pierson. You don't have to be in a particular race to know when someone puts you down because you're different.