Obama calls on black community to apologize for racist remarks made by Joe Biden

Former President Barack Obama has called on the black community to apologize for racist remarks recently made by presidential candidate Joe Biden.

In an interview with Charlamagne tha God, Joe Biden said, “If you are having trouble deciding between me and Donald Trump, you ain’t black!”

The Biden campaign has gone on to issue “Certified Black” cards to everyone donating to the campaign.

But Obama, who Biden worked under as vice president, told a gathering in Flint, Michigan that they should apologize to Biden for his off-color remarks.

“Joe has had it really tough. With dual mental problems of dementia and pedophilia, Joe really can’t control his actions, much less his words,” Obama said. “So, I’m calling on you to apologize to poor Joe for his unacceptable racism.”

Obama specifically targeted Charlamagne tha God.

“How dare you invite Joe on and expect him to not say something so completely asinine?” Obama added.