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For all of Joe Biden’s many gaffes and stumbles, there is a more subtle side to his talks.

The deceptions. ‘Nuff said.

During his commencement speech at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg on Friday, he claimed to have been the one who went out to desegregate restaurants and movie theaters during the civil rights era.

“He remarked,” I replied “It was because of the civil rights struggle that I became interested in politics in the beginning. It was obvious to me that some of you were… wondering how he could know the national song of the black people. At order to desegregate restaurants and movie theaters I had just attended the 7 o’clock mass in a black church.”

The Republican Party cautioned, “This is totally FALSE.”

Actually, he has a different set of records. A video of his remarks opposing desegregated busing to abolish school segregation was leaked online.”

As for another occasion, he said, “I was not a political activist at all. I was not taking part in a protest march at the time. I was not in Selma at the time,” according to The Intercept.

Just a few weeks ago, the New York Post savaged Biden for repeatedly lying.

“Joe Biden has a habit of fabricating stories. In a New Hampshire town hall, he informed the audience that he had a home burn down while his wife was inside, but she escaped unharmed. However, according to the AP, the fire was rather minimal and there was no obvious damage from the outside “There was a statement in the report.

Biden “cannot stop reminiscing about a meeting with an Amtrak conductor in his seventh year as vice president, when the person retired 15 years before Biden became veep and had died by the year of the anecdote,” the New York Post reports. “No record exists of an Idaho logging firm offering Vice President Biden a job. An 18-wheeler is not a vehicle he has ever driven. However, the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh claims that he never visited the synagogue after the 2018 shooting and spoke to the rabbi there.”

It went on to say, “The worst thing about Biden’s lies is that he tells them about himself. However, his distortion of reality has now reached the realm of national politics. While saying his generals didn’t protest to the catastrophic Afghan bugout, he constantly asserts that “all economists” accept his plans, brushes off inflation as a transient increase, argues that the border surge is just “seasonal.”

“He doesn’t care about the truth; he’ll say anything he wants to get through the current situation. The fact that no one bothered to fact-check a Delaware senator meant he got away with it for much of his life.

His falsehoods will harm us all now that he’s in the Oval Office.

Biden’s was called out by Fox News’ Joe Concha who didn’t have any mercy on him at all.

It seems that the 46th president of the United States may not be the second coming of George Washington in truth-telling.’ When Biden visited a truck manufacturing company in Pennsylvania, he told the employees that he had once driven an 18-wheeler himself.”

He went on, saying “During an interview with David Asman on Fox Business, I joked that Biden had ridden an 18-wheeler to South Africa to meet Nelson Mandela before he was incarcerated. I was recently questioned about this. That, of course, was not the case. In spite of this, Biden said once that he was detained in South Africa while seeking to meet with Nelson Mandela. That, too, was a non-event.”

The conversation went on for a while.

“Also, Joe Biden remarked as president that the new Georgia voting legislation prohibits working people from getting to the polls before they leave for the day. Lie. Second Amendment prohibits cannons, he said. Lie. There is no risk of COVID for those who have been immunized. Just a few weeks ago, he told CNN town hall host Don Lemon that. Lie.”

That Biden “pulled out” of the run for president in 1988 was noticed by commentators.

“Why? Of certainly, plagiarism is a problem.”

At the end of his Friday speech, Biden went on to say that restaurants should be desegregated.

One of the speakers claimed that, “We realized that there is no difference in the success of black entrepreneurs, save for the fact that they don’t have an attorney to represent them.”


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OPINION: This article contains commentary which reflects the author’s opinion
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