Why would black people consider a man like Joe Biden, the father of the 1994 crime Bill to be your President. He's the arcitect of 25 years of mass incarceration among black people in America

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“1994 Biden Crime Bill.” Joe Biden your former vice president takes full credit for this bill that for the last 25 years has been like an atomic bomb set off in the black community. When Joseph R. Biden Jr. became the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1987, a few months ahead of his first and ultimately unsuccessful presidential campaign, he told aides his goal was to enact legislation that would take a comprehensive approach to reducing crime.

How should Joe Biden be held accountable for what he did to our community? Does he deserve our vote? I say hell no!

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