Diversity is the reason for our incredible strength’
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden
U.S. taxpayers shelled out nearly a quarter-million dollars in November, so Vice President Joe Biden could trumpet “diversity” to world business leaders in Morocco and boast that in 2017, “for the first time, Caucasians of European descent like me will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America.”
“I’ve … come here to an ancient Muslim nation at the crossroads of Africa, the Arab world and Europe to talk about what it takes for all nations to succeed in the 21st century” the vice president told the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, explaining that educational opportunities, the rule of law and freedom are the key factors to successful entrepreneurship.
Where those factors are absent, Biden said, people flee to where they are present, like the U.S.
“Ladies and gentlemen, in 2017, the United States for the first time, Caucasians of European descent like me will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America,” Biden continued. “The secret that people don’t know is our diversity is the reason for our incredible strength.”
According to documents WND obtained via routine database research, the estimated cost of housing Biden and his staff while accommodating his one night visit to the five-star Hotel Kenzi Farah was somewhere between $160,000 and $240,000.
The U.S. Department of State released the Justification and Approval, or J&A, document, on Dec. 2 to explain the expense of reserving, absent competitive, contractor bidding, “a large number of lodging rooms, 2 large conference rooms, adequate setback for security reasons, exclusive parking lots closed from the general public and controlled by U.S. government personnel.”
The hotel was hosting the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, a gathering of thousands of investors, businesspeople, and government officials from more than 50 nations.
While this was the fifth summit that the Obama administration helped organize, it was the first to be held in an Arab nation.
Written by STEVE PEACOCK
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