AFRICASTALLESTMAN INTERVIEWS US PRESIDENT JOSEPH BIDEN.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN INTERVIEWS US PRESIDENT JOSEPH BIDEN.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Congratulations on shellacking the greatest US President in history while sleeping. I wonder what shall happen in 2024, when you are fully awake.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Don’t mind the loud-mouthed Trump. If I beat him while sleeping, imagine what I’ll do to him while awake.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Are you worried that Blacks are not reaping the benefits of voting enmasse for you?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
I am doing my best, I cannot reverse Racism and Hatism in America in one year. Blacks have been maltreated, marginalized, and murdered in America since 1619.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Mr. President, you are right about that.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Of course, I am right.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Do you make a distinction between Blacks in America and Blacks elsewhere, especially Africa?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Yes, charity begins at home.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
You are right again, charity begins at home.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
We agree again.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Do you make the same distinctions between Whites in America and Whites elsewhere, especially in Eastern Europe?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Yes, I do.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
No, you don’t. You want a Third World War with Russia over Alexei Navalny and sanctioned Belarus over Roman Protasevich. These Whites are not American citizens, yet you are fighting for their freedom.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
These are freedom fighters fighting totalitarian regimes.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Do Black freedom fighters in Africa count as Blacks, Freedom fighters, or Black freedom fighters? If they are freedom fighters, why are you silent on the abduction of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Paul Rusesabagina of Nigeria and Rwanda respectively by two African dictators – President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Africastallestman, you got me on that one. I shall look into it.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Is it true you supported Black Lives Matter to garner Black votes in the 2020 US Presidential Elections?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
In the 50 or so years, I was in the United States, I have always supported Black causes. When Bernie Sanders was leading in the 2020 US Presidential Primaries, I counted on Blacks to rescue my candidacy and they did.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Do you understand that most of the Blacks in America came from West Africa, especially Nigeria?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Africastallestman, you are a good researcher.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
If you are not afraid of Soviet nuclear missiles, why are you afraid of African Armies with dane guns?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Afraid, you are kidding me. The US is afraid of rag-tag African Armies?

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
If not, why are you not making any public statements or imposing sanctions on Nigeria and Rwanda?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Africastallestman, I am working on it.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Do you think Rep. James Clyburn will be happy with your about-face? Rep. James Clyburn believes that Black Lives matter everywhere.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
I agree with you.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Coming to American Politics, can you find a compromise between racism and hatism; and non-racism and non-hatism?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
No.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Then, why do you insist on this bipartisan nonsense? The Republicans under Obama and now you, were monopartisan.

PRESIDENT BIDEN.
I have always been bipartisan.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Is the US Supreme Court bipartisan?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
No

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Why would you expect Evil Mitch from Kentucky and Malevolent McCarthy from California to be bipartisan?
If Democrats do not pass the Federal Electoral Act, America shall turn into a dictatorship, if Trump returns as President.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
You are making a valid point. Are you also a political pundit? I shall communicate your recommendations to Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader and House Leader respectively.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
How many colors are in the rainbow?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Eight, sorry seven.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Is there black and white in the rainbow?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
No.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Do other advanced Western countries have only two parties?

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
No.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Why does America think there are only two political views in America?  Why not tripartisan or multi-partisan? Your opponents shall use bipartisanship to frustrate you.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
I see your point.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Finally, start valuing Black Lives all over the world, or expect a shellacking from Bernie Sanders in 2024.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Would you mind joining my team as a political adviser?

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
No, Mr. President, I prefer to be non-partisan.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
If you change your mind, you have my contact details.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Thank you Mr. President for your time. I hope you’ll follow this interview by taking concrete actions on African freedom fighters being tortured and incarcerated by African dictators.

PRESIDENT BIDEN:
Thanks Africastallestman, I’ll look into the issues you raised. Bye and have a nice trip to Africa.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN:
Bye Mr. President.

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