The mainstream media catalogued 30,573 “lies” from Donald Trump over four years, but it can’t be troubled to fact-check Joe Biden.
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(Douglas Andrews, Patriot Post) As Joe Biden approaches his 80th birthday, he does so with an increasing inability to tell the truth.
More evidence of this came last week in Colorado, where he signed a decree to designate a former training site for the Army’s 10th Mountain Division as a national monument. During his remarks, Biden claimed that his deceased son Beau had “lost his life in Iraq.” But anyone who knows anything about Joe Biden knows this to be a lie, and a deliberate one.
The truth is that his son died of brain cancer in 2015, at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, many years after he’d left Iraq. While there from 2008 to 2009, Beau Biden had served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the Delaware Army National Guard. This was during the transition from the administration of George W. Bush to that of Barack Obama, and after most of the fighting in Iraq had subsided.
Still, Joe Biden felt it necessary to lie about his son’s life, felt it necessary to steal Gold Star status from the more than 4,400 American service personnel who died during our nation’s lengthy engagement in Iraq. (Biden has in the past blamed his son’s death on “exposure to burn pits” in Iraq, but he has exactly zero proof…Read the rest