Joe Biden is vowing to address systemic racism if he's elected president, but many are saying that's too little, too late. Joe Biden has been in government for 40+ years and was vice president for eight years.
Specifically, Joe Biden was the "47th vice president of the United States from 2009 to 2017 and represented Delaware in the U.S. Senate from 1973 to 2009."
What has Joe Biden done to address systemic racism during all those years?
Did anyone notice that Joe Biden said he would "address" the situation? That doesn't mean anything. You can address any situation you want, but that does not mean you will DO anything. Sorta like Joe Biden's entire career - what has he done for racism?
Even better, Joe Biden already avoided giving specifics to his plan to address racism.
Straight from the report on AP:
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Without offering specifics, he promised to “deal with institutional racism” and set up a police oversight body in his first 100 days in office, if elected. The former vice president also said he’d be releasing an economic plan focused on education, housing and “access to capital” and investments, especially for minority Americans, later this month.
“I really do believe that the blinders have been taken off. I think this tidal wave is moving,” Biden told the mayors of Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles and St. Paul, Minnesota. “I realize we’ve got to do something big, we can do it, and everyone will benefit from it.”
When someone does not offer specifics, it's often because they do not have specifics yet.