The Details Behind Jill Biden’s Taco Comments Expose the Administration’s 9-Layer Incompetence – Opinion

We were promised that the outfit would be professional and elegant, but also provide a lot of ineptitude.

The world is aware that Dr. Jill Biden, First Lady of the United States, spoke this week at an Hispanic conference and made a statement. She makes a stunning spectacle out of herself. While the primary focus has been on her referring to Hispanic people as “breakfast tacos”, there was so much more. The Biden speech, which was risible and racist beyond the inherent racism of her words, displayed many of the same problems that were part of the Biden government.

To run defense and deflection MSNBC takes the initiativeThis is a clear indication of the system’s ineptitude. It begins with the desperate attempt to pass off Biden’s comment as a “gaffe”, as if she slipped up while speaking randomly. Then the news net took the blatantly desperate moves that show how little standing they had – they go with the Republicans pounce trope, and then resorted to “But, Trump” to excuse things away. This explanation fails to make sense, and it is also not supported by the commentary.

It’s time to pause from the latest manufactured right-wing outrage and examine why her comments, although slightly problematic, pale in comparison to years of even more dangerous rhetoric against a community still fighting back against lazy stereotypes.

To start, if this outrage was manufactured, why did Jill Biden’s communications team feel the need to issue an apology? The desperate attempt to make this appear like a right-wing outrage device is futile when you look at who actually made the comments. I don’t think anyone is ready to describe Univision NoticiasAs a news source of right-wing opinion. There was also the National Association of Hispanic Journalists Also scorching Dr. Jill, First LadyThe other, notably non-Right outfit is: It could even be considered racist to ignore these Hispanic journalists outlets.

MSNBC immediately uncovered more evidence that this family has had problems with the Hispanic Community in the past.

As much as they don’t want to admit it, Democrats, particularly the Bidens, have been uncomfortable practitioners in not understanding the complexity of the Latino community. Last year, the first woman was Mispronounced the iconic “Sí se puede” chant in Spanish, leading to some head shakes. Joe Biden was the Vice President of La Raza when he spoke to it 10 years ago. a bizarre analogy between Mitt Romney’s tax returns and Latinos having to show their immigration papers, as if immigration status is what solely defined the community.

Multiple examples that span a decade are being presented to us. This impacted thinking is not reserved for MSNBC. Logical reasoning can unravel the argument that Biden committed a gaffe. Biden did not attempt to respond with a malaprop. She was given a pre-prepared speech that she then read from a Teleprompter. 

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This spin was dispelled by another attempt at excusing her words as someone else’s issue. Ashley Parker of the Washington Post reported in her article that the speech had been approved by There should be no less than three divisions inside the administration – including the offices of intergovernmental affairs, legislative affairs, and public engagement. 

The White House has a well-known problem. This is what they want to spin. Look at Jill’s entire speech, and you get examples of how they are off the rails. You can see how she misunderstood the term. Bodegas (pronounced by her as “bo-geh-DAHS” – and later Revisions made in the official White House transcriptYou can see that Mrs. Biden hadn’t read this speech before. This is a serious error, as you can see from the content.

This was just political pandering. You can see how homogenized Hispanics are by using the taco comparison. How many Cubans believed they were included in this comment or how many Puerto Ricans thought their culture was mentioned? 

Unfortunately, the administration chose a poor venue for this conference. It relies heavily on an approach many Hispanics are familiar with. The conference was described as being the “Hispanic Conference”. LatinX Incluxion LuncheonThe use of the language has not been received with dismissiveness by Hispanic communities. Latinos comprise a large portion not only ignore the term “LatinX”, but they are also offended by it, with many declaring a tendency to not want to vote for candidates who employ that term.

As if this were not enough, it shows that even the most skilled of administrations lack basic communication skills. These problems are made worse when leaders struggle to communicate with the public.

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