Many millions of judgmental Americans must bow their heads and admit they have been wrong. These critics, you among them, are guilty of unmercifully excoriating Joe Biden and the Democrat Party for socialistic policies. You must now acknowledge the President’s daring display of political integrity — the generosity of his spirit. Always selfless, Mr. Biden has set aside politics and modest self interest to make a humanitarian decision — to instruct the FDA to ban the production and sale of fried chicken and a beverage known as “grape drank” — allegedly the food of choice of Black America. Courageously, Mr. Biden is the first President in your lifetime, and perhaps in U.S. history, to suggest publicly that Black Americans do not have the intellect and self discipline to manage their hazardous food intake. You can understand Mr. Biden’s perspective. It is a parent’s perspective. How many times, as a parent, might Mr. Biden have prevented his innocent children from making poor decisions? How many times might he have said to them, “Kids, this home is not a democracy.” Like millions of other parents, he, like you, was a benevolent dictator, making decisions for offspring who could not be trusted to make decisions for themselves — they lacking the requisite intelligence, experience and self-control. If Black Americans do not reject unhealthy food, what other needless blunders are they making or will they make? You can’t be certain, but the President’s fried chicken initiative may finally bring a realization to all Americans — that from America’s inception, the idea of individual sovereignty was a fated, idealistic experiment — that the Bill of Rights could only lead to a free people making flawed choices — that individual freedom could never lead to equal outcomes. Or to true fairness. Or to a level playing field. And could never eliminate the painful imbalances in society. Mr. Biden’s message is clear. Most of America’s problems — inequality, systemic racism, poverty, obesity, physical suffering, police brutality, ignorance, oppression, unemployment — are tied directly to social injustice and severe lack of vigorous governmental oversight. Banning menthol cigarettes, fried chicken and grape soda is a tiny step — just a beginning — in righting many, many wrongs. Many Black Americans will protest being treated as ignorant; but in time, they will do what they’ve always done. They will listen to “their betters” — their Democrat betters who are dedicated to doing for Black communities what those communities cannot do for themselves. Mr. Biden might say that America’s best and brightest in Washington should have a role in all consumer choices by repealing a Constitution that has no relevance in 2021; and draft a new covenant that puts fairness ahead of fame and tolerance over triumph. Mr. Biden has a sense of global synergy — the cooperation necessary to save the planet and share resources. Even more critical, he understands that America simply is not able to flourish in a global society that puts individual attainment ahead of collective success. The detestable, individual craving to win can only come at the expense of those who lose. Like all true leaders, Mr. Biden will expect some vigorous push back to his benevolent oversight. But, as a successful spouse and parent, he is determined to supervise the behaviors of all segments of U.S. society — to create uniform standards across neighborhoods, cities and States. He has chosen Black Americans for his beta test, recognizing their addictive nature, frivolous culture and inability to make strides on their own. Eventually, therefore, all businesses, all products and all individuals, will necessarily be subject to a Federal Oversight Commission charged with eradicating inequity, inequality and iniquity. It’s a tall order, even for a giant mind. Not a job for the chickenhearted.