Uh oh: Genealogist discovers Joe Biden's slave-owning ancestors

Sep 15th

Everybody freak out!

The president is the descendant of slave owners!

IMPEACH!

IMPEACH!

IMPEACH!

Yup, our house-plant-in-chief has ancestors who apparently owned slaves.

Biden's great-great-great-grandfather, Jesse Robinett was listed as owning two slaves in Allegany County, Maryland, in the 1800 census, Bannerman found.

Records from the 1850 Census and slave schedules also show that Biden's 3rd-great-grandfather, Thomas Randle, owned a 14-year-old male slave in Baltimore County, Maryland, Bannerman said, with the 1860 Census still showing Randle owning one person after the family moved to a different part of the county.

We know this because of genealogist Alexander Bannerman, who came across the information while assisting author Ben Schreckinger in writing his new book, "The Bidens: Inside the First Family's Fifty-Year Rise to Power".

I really think Joe should've told us about this before he ran for president.

I wonder how the black vote would've turned out...

Either way, they still would've found a way to "win".

By the way, a little confession here: I'm not really that mad about this. I am proud, though, to be the descendant of Northern folks who helped runaway slaves find their way to Canada. That makes me happy.

But Joe can't help it if his ancestors were slave owners.

It's just, in the clown world we currently live in, this looks really bad. And I better hear a lot of bad things from the Left on this. Or else I'll have to get really mad and assume the lefty clowns hold double standards for most everything.

(Wait, I already assumed that.)

Anyhow, I'm not banking on hearing anything about this in the news.

Unless, of course, the Left realizes that this is their perfect opportunity to call for reparations.

I mean, the current president is apparently the descendent of slave owners!


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