Biden Caught Outright Lying To Voters

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – President Joe Biden’s recent statements about his uncle who fell prey to cannibals, being a civil rights activist, driving an 18-wheeler, and knowing Russian President Vladimir Putin “for over 40 years,” have failed fact-checks.

Biden’s bizarre and boastful statements have been reviewed by the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Washington Free Beacon, all of which proved how Biden had repeatedly lied or fabricated his remarks.

The New York Times busted Biden’s claim that he had ever driven an 18-wheeler. While the White House provided proof that Biden had driven a school bus while he was studying at law school, it couldn’t clarify the 18-wheeler remark. Instead, the Times’ only report that Biden had even been inside an 18-wheeler was a news report in the 1970s that stated Biden took a 500-mile trip aboard a cargo truck.

The Times also debunked Biden’s remarks that he had a larger role in the civil rights movement than he ever did, concluding that the President had never been arrested, as he has recently repeatedly claimed.

In May, during a campaign event in Detroit, Biden also claimed that he was the first member of his family to go to college. The Times found that Biden’s maternal grandfather played football and attended Santa Clara College in California.

The Free Beacon also debunked claims Biden made on Thursday to ABC News anchor David Muir, in which he claimed he had known Russian President Vladimir Putin for over 40 years. If this was the case, Biden would have met Putin while the now-Russian President was an undercover KGB officer. 

Instead, Putin’s presence only became widely known by the public when former Russian President Boris Yeltsin named him Prime Minister in 1999.

But these lies aren’t Biden’s first to be debunked.

In 2020, the Washington Post debunked a claim Biden made without evidence that he was arrested in 1977 in South Africa while attempting to visit Nelson Mandela, who was in prison at the time.

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