Biden Secretary Of State Tony Blinken Invites United Nations To Investigate Racism In The United States

Democrats believe that America has a problem with systemic racism. It’s an insulting accusation against the country.

As if that isn’t bad enough, Biden’s secretary of state has now invited the corrupt United Nations to investigate racism in America.

There are countries in the world that still practice slavery. China has concentration camps.

But America is the problem?

The Associated Press reports:

US invites UN’s racism and human rights envoys to visit

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The Biden administration is formally inviting United Nations racism and human rights envoys to visit the United States amid a contentious ongoing domestic debate over the treatment of minorities in America.

The State Department announced late Tuesday that the administration would issue a standing invitation to all U.N. envoys, known as special rapporteurs, who compile information on race and discrimination and report back to the world body.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken also welcomed the adoption of a resolution by the Geneva-based U.N. Human Rights Council to address racism directed against Africans and people of African descent.

In a statement, Blinken said President Joe Biden’s administration “is deeply dedicated to addressing racial injustice and inequities at home and abroad.”

He said the administration would “lead by example” on the global stage by allowing international scrutiny of its own issues and publicly confronting them.

See Blinken’s tweet below:

Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas blasted Biden and the UN over this:

This is a total disgrace.

We can deal with our own problems as a nation. Maybe the UN could look into the human rights abuses taking place in China and elsewhere.

 

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