Joe Biden Civil Rights Lie

The New York Times reported in June of this year: “In 1988, Joe Biden was prone to gaffes and hinted that Biden’s embellishments continue today.


Even though his advisers reminded him of the fact, Joe Biden hadn’t actually marched in the civil rights movement, that didn’t stop Clueless Joe from continuing to spin his tall tale:

“When I marched in the civil rights movement, I did not march with a 12-point program,” Biden thundered, testing his presidential message in February 1987 before a New Hampshire audience.

“I marched with tens of thousands of others to change attitudes. And we changed attitudes.”

Earlier this year, Biden made an appearance in South Carolina and pandered to the crowd by mentioning that he worked with his “great, great friend” and notorious segregationist Fritz Hollings.

Biden was later criticized by Kamala Harris for working in the Senate with his racist “great friend”.

In 2008, Biden tried to make a historical comparison between political leadership during the trying economic times of today and yesterday:

“When the stock market crashed, Franklin D. Roosevelt got on the television and didn’t just talk about the, you know, the princes of greed.”

There are several things wrong with Biden’s idiocy:

First, when the stock market crashed in 1929, FDR wasn’t the president, Herbert Hoover was.

Second, If FDR had been president in 1929 and wanted to make a public statement on the state of the economy, it likely wouldn’t have aired on television.

Because no one had a television yet.

The TV was introduced to the public at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York, almost ten years after the crash.

More current tales from Biden are too many to list. He’s continuously told lie after lie on the campaign trail, but the media hasn’t played hardball with him yet.

The press covered for Biden, saying he was just “embellishing.”

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