Biden proclaims the 'European' identity of America: "Our culture is not imported from some African nation." pic.twitter.com/mG1ys8fzWB— ᏔმƦ𝔢ჳ💤 (@mooncult) January 2, 2020
Did Joe Biden advocate for European culture? https://t.co/7h9gNdtTQP— Memelord (@dailydigger19) January 2, 2020
I actually think it might be the OPPOSITE.
I found the source. It's part of some rambling he did about violence against women. (jump to the 21 minute mark) https://t.co/yxw14h6jFz pic.twitter.com/uZdjJfFLes
(AP) – A video of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden that was selectively edited to falsely suggest he made racist remarks during a recent speech was making the rounds Thursday on social media, raking in more than a million views on one tweet alone.
Experts have been warning about the dangers of selectively edited videos being used as a misinformation tactic ahead of the 2020 presidential election. They are easier to make and do not require the sophisticated technology needed to produce deepfake videos, which are fabricated to look realistic.
In the edited clip, which was less than 20 seconds long, Biden says, “Our culture is not imported from some African nation or some Asian nation.” Social media users paired the video with comments like “It’s almost like Joe Biden is a Racist.” Posts with the video surfaced across social media platforms on Wednesday.