Charlamagne Tha God Says Joe Biden ‘Was on the Front Line in the War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration’

‘If he wants to be president he has to fix that, help the people who have helped Democrats all these years’

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MCKELVEY: “That’s because we have underlying conditions created by systemic racism that have never been fixed. If you create legislation that hurts, then you have to create legislation that helps. System has to be rebuilt. He’s been part of the system. ‘84, with mandatory minimum sentences, or ‘86 with crack laws for more time for crack than powder cocaine, and crime bill, he was on the front line in war on drugs and massive incarceration. If he wants to be president he has to fix that, help the people who have helped Democrats all these years.”

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