April 18, 2024
How can you tell when Biden is lying? His lips are moving!

Time for Another Bizarre, Easily-Disprovable Lie From Joe Biden

Matt covered this yesterday, but I’d like to linger on the subject for another moment.  His post generously referred to this incident as a Biden ‘gaffe,’ but I’d call it the latest in an endless series of lies, fabrications and embellishments.  We’ve chronicled some of Biden’s most bizarre and shameless forays into the land of make believe over time, ranging from insignificant exaggerations (about, say, his athletic prowess), to serious and disturbing false claims about the circumstances surrounding the deaths of immediate family members.  A common thread that runs throughout this decades-long pattern of dishonesty is an apparent desire to make his personal history more dramatic, compelling, and relevant to the people who are in front of him in any given moment.  He yearns to ingratiate himself with audiences, and he turns to false memories and serial embellishments in order to do the trick.  It seems pathological.

Which brings us to the latest instance.  A major bridge collapsed in Maryland this week after it was struck by a cargo ship in the middle of the night.  People died.  When I watched the dramatic and upsetting footage of the incident, I wondered if I’d crossed that bridge.  Like the president, I have often traveled north on Amtrak trains, passing through Baltimore on my way to New York.  I performed a cursory Google search and learned that the now-destroyed Francis Scott Key Bridge did not support any railroad tracks, so this wasn’t the route I could have taken on those journeys.  Biden evidently had the same initial thought, and rather than determining whether or not it was true, he blurted out that he’d taken his beloved Amtrak over that very bridge — which, of course, is impossible.  He just said it anyway because that’s what he does:

On the spectrum of his tall tales and mendacity, this one is relatively harmless.  But it’s sloppy.  It’s avoidable.  It’s undisciplined.  And it might upset grieving family members: Why is this man making our tragedy about himself — and doing so inaccurately, too?   One wonders if Biden may have been briefed by a staffer, in order to try to avoid precisely this sort of pointless mess.  ‘Remember, sir, this bridge had no choo-choo tracks on it, so you did not travel across this bridge that way.’  Joe is going to say whatever Joe wants, including one of his favorite Amtrak-related ‘memories,’ which has been repeatedly debunked.  That minor inconvenience has not dissuaded him from continuing to spread it, over and over again.  He loves the fabrication too much to let it go.  Relatedly, in case you missed it, the Washington Free Beacon recently fact-checked another favored Biden claim, which he’s told for many years.  It’s his political origin story, in which he explains why he decided to leave his legal job and enter public service.  It’s almost certainly an invention:

Fresh out of law school and working as a clerk at a high-powered Wilmington, Delaware, law firm, Biden, in his telling, was tapped to defend a construction company sued by a 23-year-old welder who “lost part of his penis and one of his testicles” to a fire that broke out when he was working inside a chimney at a Delaware City plant. Thanks to Biden’s shrewd legal defense on the construction company’s behalf, the injured man lost the case. “I wrote this memo. And son of a b—, it prevailed,” Biden told Hur on Oct. 8. “And I looked over at that kid…and I thought, ‘son of a b—, I’m in the wrong business, I’m not made for this.’” Biden said he was so wracked with guilt that he concocted an excuse to avoid a celebratory lunch with one of the firm’s named partners and walked into the public defender’s office to ask for a job that very day. It’s “the only time I ever lied,” Biden told Hur on Oct. 8…But this story is almost certainly a complete work of fiction. Although Biden did work at a law firm tapped to defend a construction company in a negligence suit like the one he described to Hur, the case concluded in 1968, while Biden was still in law school. And the welder won, walking away with $315,000, more than $2.8 million in 2024 dollars

When this supposedly seminal case was resolved, Biden wasn’t even a lawyer yet — and the plaintiff won the lawsuit. The outcome was the opposite of Biden’s, um, ‘recollection,’ which blows up the whole ‘wracked with guilt’ storyline.  Casual observers may be forgiven for wondering if Joe Biden has ever told a single true story in his life.  And no, even though this anecdote is obviously made up, there’s no way Hur would charge Biden for lying under oath as a result of rambling about a false memory.  A major component of the Special Counsel’s rationale against prosecuting the president over multiple clear and willful violations of laws governing the handling of classified documents is that Biden is too mentally compromised, with too faulty a memory, to be convicted by a jury.  Chalk this one up to an old man spinning a yarn about his bygone days, with absolutely no regard for accuracy (even if he’s been doing this for many years).  In the example relayed above, the real timeline placed Biden still in law school when the litigation wrapped up.  Perhaps it was around the same time Biden claims to have received a standing ovation from his whole class for a brilliant, extemporaneous speech about a case he hadn’t read.  True story, not a joke, folks — my word as a Biden:

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March 30, 2024 3:01 pm

Joe Biden is not only a lying, deceitful, corrupt, degenerate he’s now blasphemous. When it comes to his Catholicism he is the epitome of a false prophet. What terrible un-Christian accusations to hurl at a fellow Christian? In particular during the Christian Holy week, specifically Easter Sunday. Oh really?

First. Biden banned all religious artwork from the White House Easter Egg competition. I admit that I had to research the history of Easter eggs. Here’s the short and sweet of what I found out. From a Christian perspective, the egg represents the resurrection of Jesus, celebrated of course by all Christians on Easter Sunday. This custom of the Easter egg, according to many sources, can be traced to early Christians of Mesopotamia, and from there spread into Eastern Europe and Siberia through the Orthodox Churches, and later into Europe through the Catholic and Protestant Church. So ban all religious artwork during an Easter egg event makes zero sense from a religious standpoint but it does from a political one.

Second. Not to be outdone, especially in an election year Biden issues a White House proclamation declaring Easter Day to be “Transgender Day of Visibility”. His excuse? Because all people are created equal and treated equally throughout their lives. Huh? Even if that were true in some sort of liberal eutopia it certainly does not apply to religion. Then why not just celebrate all religions on the same day to be fair? There are literally 100’s of other days of the year open, so why this on the holiest day on the Christian calendar? Is it pure luck that Biden didn’t instead as another ‘option’ select Eid al’Fitr, the holiest day of the Muslim year for which to share the new religious celebration of transgenderism? It’s April 10th this year. What this so important about this one particular issue that it couldn’t be postponed for another 2 weeks? Easy answer, he wouldn’t f’ing dare.

All Christians, whether left right or centre should feel personally insulted by Biden’s disgusting virtue signaling. Sadly, as signified by half empty (or more) Christian churches full of timid mice, probably most won’t be.

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