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Joe Biden's 'Truth' Is All Fiction

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Then-U.S. Senator Joseph Biden, D-Del., announces on Sept. 23, 1987 that he's withdrawing from the race for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination, as his wife Jill grasps his arm (R). (Jerome Delay/AFP via Getty Images)

Jeff Crouere By Wednesday, 29 May 2024 01:37 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

President Joe Biden recently gave the commencement address to graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point.

In his speech, Biden once again told his tall and beyond completely inaccurate tale about receiving an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy. Biden claimed he "was one of 10" appointed by Senator Hale Boggs, who he later defeated in his 1972 Senate race.

Biden said, "I’d found out two days earlier they had a quarterback named Roger Staubach and a halfback named Joe Bellino. I said, 'I’m not going there.' I went to Delaware. Not a joke."

That story is an invented one, and as usual, he invented the story since Bellino graduated prior to Biden starting college and Staubach was a star quarterback who Biden, as a high school wide receiver, should have loved to join as a teammate.

To quote RNC Research, Biden: "has repeated this lie many times before and there is still no record any of it ever happened."

Yet, this is not surprising because Joe Biden can’t help himself, he is a pathological liar, which is defined as someone who "lies continuously . . . to manipulate others."

This definition fits Biden for he is always trying to ingratiate himself in front of whatever group he is addressing.

This is why says he "grew up" in the Black church or the Jewish synagogue or was "raised in the Puerto Rican community."

He has also claimed that he "had a very close relationship with the Greek American community" and had lived in a city where everyone “was either Polish or Italian. I grew up feeling self-conscious. My name didn’t end in an S-K-I or an O."

It seems Joe Biden had a United Nations upbringing.

With such a diverse background, Biden should have been able to achieve peace — globally. Instead, wars have been raging throughout his term.

Of course, it's all nonsense, and is part of the pattern that Joe Biden has been displaying his entire political career.

In 1988, numerous lies ended his presidential campaign:

He was caught lifting phrases from British Labor Party leader Neil Kinnock, Robert F. Kennedy, President John Kennedy, and Vice President Hubert Humphrey.

He fabricated his academic background and his ranking in law school, where he was caught plagiarizing as a student.

Sadly, this well-known tall-tale storyteller became president and his propensity to lie only intensified with his new position.

Recently, his familiar lies include tall tales about driving an "18-wheeler," meeting with "Angelo" the Amtrak conductor and the imaginary inferno that almost engulfed his house, but was only a "small kitchen fire," according to the Associated Press.

Frequently, Biden lies about his background and his family.

For example, he falsely claimed that he worked as a coal miner.

He invented a story about his uncle Ambrose Finnegan, known as "Bosie," being "shot down in New Guinea" in an area where "there used to be a lot of cannibals."

Yet, according to the Associated Press (AP), "The U.S. government’s record of missing service members does not attribute Finnegan’s death to hostile action or indicate cannibals were any factor."

Another familiar lie of Joe Biden involves his fictional civil rights record.

He claimed he led protests, participated in sit-ins and even got arrested.

Yet CNN had to correct Biden’s false narrative, reporting that "There is no evidence Biden ever got arrested during a civil rights protest."

Biden also lied about getting "arrested" trying to visit Nelson Mandela, while he was imprisoned in South Africa. After media outlets challenged his phony claims, Biden later admitted that he was only "stopped."

Biden also embellishes his foreign travels and the supposed dangerous conditions he faced.

He has lied about being "shot at" in Iraq, and "forced down" in Afghanistan.

He even lied about the number of times he visited Iraq and Afghanistan.

In the same Scranton speech, Biden boasted of traveling to the war regions "36, 38 times," however his presidential campaign noted that he travelled to Iraq and Afghanistan "a total of 21 occasions."

[Just like a leopard cannot change its spots, Biden is a liar who will never change.]

Unfortunately, too much of our left wing media have allowed Biden to lie throughout his long political career.

Except during the 1988 presidential campaign, when his plagiarism was so egregious that it drove him from the race, Biden has been able to avoid any backlash for the frequency and the audacity of his lies.

In this campaign, there are encouraging signs there will be some honest media coverage of Biden’s lies.

For example, the New York Post noted, during a recent CNN interview, Biden lied 15 times in 17 minutes.

The biggest whopper of the interview was Biden’s outrageous claim that he inherited a 9% inflation rate "when I came into office."

In truth, the inflation rate on Jan. 20, 2021, was only 1.4%.

As President, Biden never delivered peace or prosperity, but he sure delivered a steady stream of horrendously bad fiction about himself.

Jeff Crouere's "Ringside Politics," airs nationally on Real America's Voice Network, Real America's Voice News weekdays at 7 a.m. CT and from 7-11 a.m. weekdays on WGSO 990-AM & Jeff is also a political columnist, the author of "America's Last Chance" and provides regular commentaries on the Jeff Crouere YouTube channel as well as on For more information, email him at Read Reports by Jeff Crouere — More Here.

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Except during the 1988 presidential campaign, when his plagiarism was so egregious that it drove him from the race, Biden has been able to avoid any backlash for the frequency and the audacity of his lies.
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Wednesday, 29 May 2024 01:37 PM
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