OPINION by Leisa Audette –
Joe Biden has been protected by the media for decades. His lies have been swept under the rug. Do Americans know that Biden had to drop out of the 1988 presidential race for lying and plagiarism?
Scandal after scandal involving lies and plagiarism have been buried by the mainstream media so that Biden can continue his political career. Nothing has changed in 2020. Biden is being pushed forward by the party elites to be POTUS even though he’s had numerous gaffes and told several “tall tales” on the campaign trail. This proves it’s all about keeping power and NOT about being a qualified candidate.
Among one of the biggest lies that Biden has repeatedly told is that he participated in the Civil Rights Movement. The video below shows a lying Joe Biden telling everyone how he was on the front lines during the Civil rights Movement. A few months later, he tells a completely different story.
— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) October 23, 2020
He was called out on the civil rights lie decades ago but is telling the lie again to gain votes from the Black community. He’s shameless in his desire to keep power in DC. by any means necessary.
In his 1988 presidential bid, Joe Biden, who is now a Democratic presidential candidate for 2020, plagiarized portions of speeches made by former President John F. Kennedy, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.), and British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock. It effectively led to him dropping out of the race.
The New York Times puts a nice spin on the lying politician, but it’s obvious that Biden still has a big problem with the truth.
Biden was also caught plagiarizing in law school, and he lied about his standing in his class.
Remember that Biden hasn’t learned his lesson. He’s only gotten better at lying. After 50 years at this, it looks like he’s perfected it.
This article originally appeared at 100Percent FED Up and was republished with permission.
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