Recapping Joe Biden’s Lowlights and Cringe Moments from WNBA Team’s Visit to White House
President Joe Biden recently welcomed the Seattle Storm, the 2020 WNBA Champions, to the White House for a visit. It marked the first time since 2016 that any professional basketball team had come to see the president. All WNBA and NBA champions during Donald Trump’s presidency made it clear they were opting out.
Biden made several cringeworthy remarks during the nearly twenty-minute ceremony in the East Room of the White House. First, he hailed the Seattle Storm’s commitment to social justice activism.
“What makes this team remarkable is they don’t just win games, they change lives,” he said. “Encouraging people to get vaccinated so we can beat this pandemic; speaking out and standing up for racial justice and voting rights; supporting education and membership program for young people, and—excuse me, mentorship programs for young people; and fighting to protect trans youth from an epidemic of violence and discrimination.”
Just a few seconds later Biden veered off script and seemed to imply that Kamala Harris could become president “pretty soon.”
“[Kamala] happens to be in Asia for me right now, but that’s why we have a female Vice President of the United States of America who’s going to be—we’re going to have some presidents pretty soon,” he said.
In light of this, it also didn’t go unnoticed that Biden began the ceremony joking about “needing work after this” and that he’d “be a good ball boy.”
Last but not least, the president thought it’d be cute to take a knee while posing with his gifted WNBA jersey:
Of course, LaTosha Brown of Black Voters Matter wrote the gesture off as “admirable” but only representative of “symbolic progress.”
What an embarrassment Biden is.
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