Campus Reform | VIDEO: Young minorities share why they can’t back Biden

VIDEO: Young minorities share why they can’t back Biden

Part two of the four-part series discussed why they won't support Joe Biden.

Campus Reform spoke with young minority college students who have chosen to back President Donald Trump.

Campus Reform spoke with young minority college students who have chosen to back President Donald Trump. 

Part two of the four-part series discussed why they won't support Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

University of Chicago senior Gerrin Alexander said Biden’s comment that “you ain’t black” if you don’t know to vote for him was the “most blatant, racist statement I’ve heard throughout this whole campaign.”

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“Joe Biden has been in government for almost 50 years, and that man was a racist,” said Wayne State University senior Christopher Gaffrey. 

When asked for examples of why he believes this, he cited Biden trying to justify the confederate flag.

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“If he were to be elected, imagine how many more Black people would be probably incarcerated,” said Alexander. “Him and Kamala have contributed to Black people’s incarceration.”

Students said it is “culture ingrained” that many communities of color still felt they had to vote Democrat. They also blamed the lack of education and the media.

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