WATCH: Florida Superintendent Calls Biden’s Comments “hurtful, divisive, and irresponsible”

Marcus Chambers, Superintendent of Schools in Florida blasted former Vice President Joe Biden for his now infamous “then you ‘aint black” comment.

Chambers shared a video he made of himself sharing his thoughts and tweeted:

Joe Biden’s comments that if you vote for President Trump are hurtful, divisive, and irresponsible. I’m proud of my Black heritage, I’m proud to be an American, and I’m proud to support @realDonaldTrump!

Rep. Matt Gaetz saw the video and shared it on his Twitter account as well.

In light of Joe Biden’s most recent “then you ‘aint black” gaffe, some are pointing out it’s far from the first time he’s said something highly offensive to minorities.

In a speech to Iowans last August, Biden said “Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”


Social media was quick to rip Biden for the obvious flub.

“He’s just too Boomer to function. Dude is toast.”

He should’ve stopped before he started his campaign, these types of Freudian slips were predestined.