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A new review of Joe Biden’s actions this month shows that he has outright lied and spread misinformation at least 27 times in the last two weeks alone.

The information showing Biden’s lies was sussed out by the Washington Examiner’s Christopher Tremoglie who looked over the last few weeks of Biden’s weekly statements.

Explaining why he began to track Biden’s lies, Tremoglie wrote, “I was motivated to do this after seeing Biden’s first presidential reelection campaign video that was released in late April. There was so much misinformation in the first 30 seconds of the video, let alone its entirety, that it moved me to do something that could hold Biden accountable.”

Tremoglie writes:

With Biden officially kicking off his reelection bid, I analyzed his campaign video. My colleague, Quin Hillyer, exposed Biden’s dishonesty beginning with the video’s first sentence, in which Biden, a president who has done everything possible to limit freedom, emphasized the importance of freedom in the country.

“This is the same president whose administration fights vociferously against the freedom of parents to choose which schools their children attend or even to access information about the policies of those schools. It is an administration that fights against the freedom of artists to choose whether or not to use their artistic expression for ceremonies of which their faith disapproves,” Hillyer wrote. “It fights against the freedom of coaches to pray silently on the field after games. It threatens the freedom of people to use gas stoves, to drive cars that burn fossil fuels, to build on their own properties if rainy seasons create temporary small ponds there, to promote conservative views on college campuses, or to work at public schools without giving assent to ideological training.”

There were also comments from Biden and others in his administration over the last two weeks falsely accusing Republicans of cutting Medicare and Social Security. Additionally, the White House press secretary stated that Republicans wanted to defund the Border Patrol, didn’t care about the border crisis, and were allowing fentanyl to be smuggled across the border.

Then there was the repeated myth of the voter suppression of minorities.

On a stranger note, Biden spread misinformation about his own family. One of his more glaring whoppers was when he told incorrect information about when and where his son had died. On multiple occasions, he claimed Beau Biden died in Iraq, when in reality, he died at Walter Reed from brain cancer. Then, less than two weeks ago, Biden falsely claimed that he had been born where his grandfather had died “two weeks before.” Except that Biden was born in 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and his grandfather died in 1941 in Baltimore.

So far, he has documented 27 lies, false statements, and instances of misinformation.

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Warner Todd Huston

Warner Todd Huston has been writing editorials and news since 2001 but started his writing career penning articles about U.S. history back in the early 1990s. Huston has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business Network, CNN, and several local Chicago News programs to discuss the issues of the day. Additionally, he is a regular guest on radio programs from coast to coast. Huston has also been a Breitbart News contributor since 2009. Warner works out of the Chicago area, a place he calls a "target rich environment" for political news.


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