What is with Joe Biden? Does he not realize just how stupid he looks when astute Americans with access to the internet can easily verify (or in his case not verify) everything the man says? Or does he actually believe his own lies in his fantasy world?
I am still trying to understand Joe Biden’s lies/logic during the Vice Presidential Debate. First he slams the intelligence community (Hillary) for their fatal failures in Benghazi; then he tells us not to worry about Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon because the same (failed) intelligence community says Iran is nowhere near a nuclear weapon and we should all calm down and ignore Bibi Netanyahu’s call to immediate action.
I think the man has been a life-long liar who actually believes in his own world of make-believe.
His sociopathic lying began at Syracuse University School of Law in 1968. During his first year there, he was accused of having plagiarized 5 of 15 pages of a law review article. He was also accused of plagiarizing a campaign speech in 1987.
He misrepresented the deaths of his wife and daughter by claiming they were killed by “an allegedly drunk” semi driver who actually risked his own life trying to avoid colliding with Biden’s wife. Another Despicable LIE By Joe Biden…..The Death Of His Wife and Daughter.
In the Vice Presidential debate, Biden Seemed to Overstate His Role in Social Security Reform. According to ABC’s Jake Tapper:
During the vice presidential debate last week, Vice President Joe Biden seemed to significantly overstate his role in the 1983 negotiations over Social Security.
Asked about Medicare reform, the vice president said, “Look, I was there when we did that with Social Security in 1983. I was one of eight people sitting in the room that included Tip O’Neill negotiating with President Reagan. We all got together and everybody said, as long as everybody’s in the deal, everybody’s in the deal, and everybody is making some sacrifice, we can find a way.”
The comment would seem to suggest that Biden was one of the few, key players “in the room” working in a bipartisan way to reform Social Security.
On “Meet the Press” on April 29, 2007, then-Sen. Biden made a similar claim, saying he was “one of five people — I was the junior guy — in the meeting with Bob Dole and George Mitchell when we put Social Security on the right path for 60 years.”
But according to the historical record, Biden was not one of the small group of people in “the room,” or in “the meeting” — nor was he even a key player in reforms.
During a speech at Ohio University in Athens, OH on September 8, Vice President Joe Biden led his audience to believe he had been a college football player for his alma mater — Delaware University — and had played against Ohio University in a 1963 football game.
Biden said he “went back in the Internet and I just want you to know I came here on October 19, 1963 and we beat you Bobcats 29-12.” Internet records do show that Delaware did play and defeat Ohio on October 19, 1963–but that Biden was not on the roster.
He told the audience he was happy when Ohio University defeated Penn State in the first week of the 2012 college football season because “now I got bragging rights. Y’all beat Penn State, I can say, ‘Well, they beat Penn State and 500 years ago we beat them once.’”
The problem is, the story is not quite true — by Biden’s own admission — and is another example of Biden’s exaggerations or embellishments. Read more at Breitbart.
Help us out Joe, can you see earth from your planet?!?
- Another Despicable LIE By Joe Biden…..The Death Of His Wife and Daughter (lettingfreedomring)
- Biden Debate Lies Mounting! Unbelievable! (independentsentinel.com)
- Joe Biden is lying about his college football career, in that he claims he had one (redalertpolitics.com)
- Joe Biden’s Religion: Catholicism or Leftism? (nationalreview.com)
- The Lies of Joe Biden (davidscommonsense.wordpress.com)
- Joe Biden’s ‘Intelligence’ (nationalreview.com)
- Fact Check: Biden’s too tall football tale (firstread.nbcnews.com)
- The Longest Yarn… Joe Biden Tells Gullible Supporters He Played College Football – He Didn’t (thegatewaypundit.com)