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Joe Biden’s Ancestors Reportedly Owned DOZENS Of Slaves

It was recently discovered that former Vice President Joe Biden’s ancestors reportedly owned a large number of African-American slaves (source):

Joseph Robinette Biden, 47th Vice President of the United States, is the 5th generation descendant of Maryland slave owner Jesse Robinette through his paternal grandmother Mary Biden (Robinette).

Joe Biden Ancestor Jesse Robinette Slave Owner
Ledger showing Robinette’s total ownership of both male and female slaves. (Click to enlarge / source)

Additional information and connections:

US Census, 1830, Allegany, MD: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHPG-PXL
Jessie “Jesse” Robinette: https://archive.is/sLTdU
Moses J. Robinette: https://archive.is/43Dzd
Pvt. George Hamilton Robinette: https://archive.is/mMSK0
Mary Elizabeth Biden: https://archive.vn/i3rAd
Joseph H. Biden: http://archive.vn/23cfD
Joseph Robinette Biden, Sr.: http://archive.vn/GY3Kl
Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., 47th Vice President of the USA: http://archive.vn/LTDJs

Family tree linking Jessie Robinette with former VP Joe Biden:

Robinette Biden Family Tree
Click to enlarge (source 1 2)

Related: Joe Biden ancestor owned slaves, according to genealogist, census records

UPDATE #1: Here are the results of a search query for the name ‘Robinette’ on an official (.gov) Maryland slavery database website

Legacy Of Slavery In Maryland Robinette Joe Biden
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It appears the Robinette family in Allegany County, MD owned a total of 42 slaves.

UPDATE #2: On Tuesday, August 11, 2020, Joe Biden picked Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) as his running mate in the upcoming presidential election.

Coincidentally enough, Harris’ relatives also reportedly owned slaves. Learn more below by reading an article from The Washington Free Beacon:

Kamala Harris’s Ancestors Owned Slaves, Her Father Says

ALSO SEE:

Joe Biden Said The N-Word Twice During 1985 Testimony

Biden’s Racism: What We Know

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