Joe Biden Campaigns For Dem Prez Nomination by Attacking The 'White Man's Culture'"English jurisprudential culture, a white man's culture" has "got to change," Biden says.
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This is what it takes to get the Democratic presidential nomination as an old white guy in 2019.
From the AP:
Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned “a white man’s culture” Tuesday night as he lashed out at violence against women and, more specifically, lamented his role in the Supreme Court confirmation hearings that undermined Anita Hill’s credibility nearly three decades ago.WATCH:
"A really notable woman, Anita Hill, professor, showed the courage of a lifetime talking about her experience being harassed by Clarence Thomas. We knew a lot less about the extent of harassment back then, over 30 years ago. But she paid a terrible price. She was abused through the hearing. She was taken advantage of. Her reputation was attacked. I wish I could have done something. I opposed Clarence Thomas nomination. I voted against him. But I also realized there was a real and perceived problem the committee faced. They were a bunch of white guys. No, I mean it sincerely, a bunch of white guys hearing this testimony in the Senate Judiciary Committee. So when Anita Hill, when Anita Hill came to testify, she faced a committee that didn't fully understand what the hell is all about. To this day I regret I couldn't come up with a way to get a kind of hearing she deserved, given the courage she showed by reaching out to us. The hearing she deserved was a hearing where she was respected, where the tone and the questioning was not hostile and as sullied, where the fact that she stepped forward was recognized as an act of courage in and of itself. Because let's face it, back in 1991 it took a lot of courage to take on a man who was so much a part of the establishment and the power structure."So true. Nothing has changed on the women's rights front in the past 700+ years in the Anglosphere.
Whereas Biden says women used to be beat by sticks, today they're beat down by mansplaining -- which is no doubt even worse.
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