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Empire Of Lies
Don’t look now, but as Madge used to say in the old Palmolive commercials: we’re soaking in it.
Gee, I dunno; because he’s an inveterate, lifelong compulsive liar, perhaps? Onwards.
During a press briefing at the White House Wednesday, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby was asked why Joe Biden keeps telling demonstrably false stories during public appearances.
“In the past couple of weeks, the president has lied about being at Ground Zero the day after the September 11 attacks, falsely claimed he saw the Pittsburgh Bridge collapse, claimed his grandfather died in the hospital days before his birthday,” Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times began. “What is going on with the president? Is he just believing things that didn’t happen did happen, or is he just randomly making stuff up?”
In the first example, Biden while visiting Alaska on September 11, had said: “Ground Zero in New York — I remember standing there the next day and looking at the building. And I felt like I was looking through the gates of hell.”
On Sept. 12, 2001, then Senator Biden and all other members of Congress were in Washington D.C. to condemn the attack. Biden toured the destruction nine days after the attack.
During speech on the economy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Aug. 15, Biden told attendees that he saw a Pittsburgh bridge crumble in 2022.
“I watched that bridge collapse,” Biden claimed. “I got there and saw it collapse.”
The fairly recent catastrophe however reportedly happened “hours before” Biden arrived in the city to give a talk on infrastructure.
The reporter also referred to a false story Biden told in April.
Biden claimed that his grandfather “died in the same hospital I was born in two weeks before I was born” as he addressed the North America’s Building Trades Unions Legislative Conference in Washington.
Biden however was born more than a year later—at St. Mary’s Hospital in Scranton, Pa., and his grandfather died September 1941 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Kirby completely ignored Mordock’s question and instead spoke glowingly about Biden’s trip to Alaska.
Of COURSE he did. Which in itself presents an interesting conundrum: might it have been because
Kirby is himself an honest man put into an impossible position by the question, knowing that to be forthright and above-board in his answer would be seen by his capos in the Biden junta as an intolerable betrayal
Kirby is another damnable liar himself, just doing what comes naturally to every man Jack of these regime hacks ’n’ flacks
Based purely on long observation of Swamp doin’s, I gotta go with Option 2 on this one. The above is excerpted from a piece by the estimable and esteemed Debra Heine, who goes on to link another incredible compendium:
Here’s The Full List Of Every Lie Joe Biden Has Told As President: 248 And Counting
Updated Sept. 12, 2023. Two hundred forty-eight lies and counting.
More than two years into President Joe Biden’s time in the White House and the end to his lies is nowhere in sight. Here is part three of The Federalist’s rigorous coverage keeping the Biden administration accountable with substantive fact-checking throughout the president’s tenure.
There’s a Part 2 linked at the top of this article, and one can only assume that the list will continue to grow with every single day Biden remains not just in office but still breathing; by now, lying is much more than merely second nature to him by now, no longer something he does, but something he is. Another bullet point on the ever-lengthening list:
President Joe Biden said Thursday that "no amendment is absolute" while discussing the Second Amendment and repeated a debunked claim that cannons were prohibited when the amendment was passed.
"There’s no violation of the Second Amendment right," Biden said in New York City while discussing background checks and other ways to address gun crime. "We talk like. There’s no amendment that’s absolute. When the amendment was passed it didn’t say anybody can own a gun, any kind of gun, and any kind of weapon. You couldn’t buy a cannon when this amendment was passed so there’s no reason why you should be able to buy certain assault weapons. But that’s another issue."
That, of course, is…you guessed it, yet another lie.
Biden has been criticized for using the same cannon example in the past and earned "Four Pinocchios" from the Washington Post in 2021 over the claim and also a "False" label from Politifact in 2020.
Additionally, Biden received backlash on Twitter from gun rights advocates who took issue with his claim that the Second Amendment is not “absolute.”
"Actually, @JoeBiden, the 2nd Amendment is absolute," oil executive and author Dan K. Eberhart tweeted. "It's part of the Constitution, whether you like it or not.”
"Someone didn't read the Second Amendment," Fox News contributor Dan Bongino’s website, the Bongino Report, posted along with an article stating that Biden’s comments should "terrify" gun owners.
“Terrify”? The hell with that; it should enrage them, inspire them, and motivate them not to yield another inch to the greedy Leviathan government or its State vassals. Because when the tyrant Biden falls, there will be shitlibs aplenty lined up to take his place—and make no mistake, they’re no more honest or honorable than Faux Jaux Bribem has ever been.