Black Leadership Group: ‘Biden Used Black Americans To Ascend To The White House, But Has Basically Turned His Back On Them’
A black leader leadership organization recently torched President Joe Biden after his first State of the Union address before the joint Congress — with one going as far as saying that the Democratic chief executive “used black Americans to ascend to the White House” only to turn his back against them later on.
Project 21 — a 25-year-old group that is an “initiative” of The National Center for Public Policy Research to promote views of African-American — issued a statement lashing out at Biden as members gave the President “low marks” for his speech as they argued that the president’s black supporters “have been predictably ignored.”
The black leadership network said it “promotes the views of African-Americans whose entrepreneurial spirit, dedication to family and commitment to individual responsibility have not traditionally been echoed by the nation’s civil rights establishment,” according to their website.
“The policy needs of black Americans always come last with liberals – regardless of the high percentage of blacks who support them. President Biden claimed his administration is on track to cut child poverty in half, but failed to cite any metrics or data to support that claim,” Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington said.