Biden Caught Lying About His Family Again

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One of Joe Biden’s most disgusting tactics is one he’s been practicing and getting slaps on the wrist for years. He chronically lies to mask the privileges he’s enjoyed during his 50 years in Washington. 

The New York Post noted last year, after lying about visiting Ground Zero on 9-11, that “he lies for sympathy, claiming time and again, with no evidence, that the driver of the other car in the accident that killed his first wife and daughter was drunk. And twisting son Beau’s death from cancer into a service-related loss.

He lies for extra gravitas: For years he told a 100% false story about having been arrested in South Africa while trying to see Nelson Mandela.”

Fox News described the latest lie to come out of Biden’s mouth. 

Biden made the claim while giving a speech in Wisconsin on Monday that touted his latest student loan handout. While on the topic of debt and college, Biden said, “I, like an awful lot of people in this audience, was the first in my family to go to college, and watch my dad struggle to help me get there.”

However, observant users, like digital strategist and conservative influencer Greg Price, did not let Biden’s innocuous-seeming statement go unscrutinized.

In an X post, Price shared a clip from a presidential speech two years prior in which Biden bragged that his grandfather played college football, a claim at odds with his recent bit about being the “first” to go to university.

Price’s post stated, “Joe Biden just said in a speech in Wisconsin ‘I, like an awful lot of people in this audience, was the first in my family to go to college.’ That is a lie. One of the reasons we know it’s a lie is because Biden has bragged several times in the past about how his grandfather played college football.”

The uptick in Biden’s fibs may be part of his cognitive decline, which was also lied about by the president. 

New Conservative Post reported that “in February, an angry Joe Biden claimed that Special Counsel Robert Hur had asked him about his son Beau’s death. Lashing out at the prosecutor, Biden said during his impromptu press conference, the president said, ‘How in the hell dare he raise that? Frankly, when I was asked the question, I thought to myself, it wasn’t any of their damn business.'”

Eventually, the transcripts of the conversation Biden had with Special Counsel Robert Hur revealed the truth. The president of the United States embarrassed himself and needed staff prodding to remember the details of his life. 

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