Trump Campaign Selling #YouAintBlack Shirts After Joe Biden ‘You Ain’t Black’ Comment

The Trump campaign is fundraising with new “#YouAintBlack” T-shirts based on controversial comments by former Vice President Joe Biden

The shirts, which cost $30, were revealed on the Trump campaign site’s shop just hours after Biden sparked criticism on Friday with his comment on Charlamagne Tha God’s radio show “The Breakfast Club.”

“Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” Biden said on the show.

Biden has since said he regrets the comment, saying he “shouldn’t have been such a wise guy.”

Biden was called out over the comment by Republicans and Democrats alike, who said he was lecturing black people on how to think and questioning the racial authenticity of black voters.

Before releasing the new shirts, the Trump campaign condemned Biden’s remark as “racist and dehumanizing.”

Source: The Hill

Wisconsin Man Arrested and Charged with Disorderly Conduct and a Hate Crime ‘Enhancer’ After Harassing Asian Americans at Grocery Store; May Face Up to 90 Days in Jail and a $10,000 Fine

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Police have arrested a 57-year-old white man who was allegedly harassing a group of Hmong Americans at a grocery store in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, WAOW reports.

According to the police, the incident occurred on May 12 at a Save Lot grocery store near Church St. Authorities say 57-year-old Robert Shrote, who was highly intoxicated, began shouting “loud, derogatory racial comments” at a group of Hmong Americans who walked into the Save Lot wearing masks.

Source: AsAmNews

Black Delivery Driver Held Against His Will in Gated Oklahoma City Community “Ashford Hills” by White Homeowners

A viral video shows a furniture and home appliance delivery driver being held against his will in a neighborhood, blocked in by a HOA president who demanded information from him regarding why he was there.

“I want to know where you’re going?” a man named David Stewart is heard saying on a viral Facebook live.

“It’s none of your business. I’m going out, that’s where I’m going,” Travis Miller said.

“All we want to know is why you’re in here and who gave you the gate code. That’s all we need to know,” the man said.

Miller told News 4 he did not want to share his customer’s personal information.

Source: KFOR

Russell Peters on Apu Stereotype: There’s Nothing Shameful About Indians Owning a 7-Eleven

In this clip, Russell Peters talked about racial stereotypes and particularly the idea that all Indians own and operate convenience stores. Russell Peters discussed how it’s not an offensive stereotype because it’s rooted in some truth. For Russell, he said it’s actually impressive that Indian immigrants own their stores in North America as opposed to working for someone else.