Joe Biden, American’s living breathing gaffe machine claimed that he had marched for civil rights, despite his record of doing just the opposite has been proven to be a liar….again.
When running for president in 1987 Biden said, “When I marched in the civil rights movement, I did not march with a 12-point program.” “I marched with tens of thousands of others to change attitudes. And we changed attitudes.”
Well, when I first landed on Mars I did not do it to promote M&M candies. I did it because it was on my bucket list. Joe Biden and I do have one thing in common, both of our declarations were a total fabrication.
The NYT published a story that said not only didn’t he march, but when his advisers told him that he should stop making the claim, he went right on telling the story.
But there’s one huge problem — Biden didn’t do any such thing. He didn’t change attitudes when he marched with tens of thousands because he never marched with tens of thousands.
The truth is Biden didn’t march at all during the civil rights movement. And, according to The New York Times, his advisers reminded him of that back then, and yet he “kept telling the story anyway.”
It’s possible Biden may have been be too busy plagiarizing other peoples ideas to keep a firm grasp of his own stories, but it’s concerning that a presidential candidate would tell a story with such confidence knowing it was a complete fabrication.
Biden’s loose relationship with the truth isn’t limited to marches. Even the left-leaningTimes noted Biden’s “recklessness” as a candidate. He “was accused of plagiarizing in campaign speeches” and had “inflated his academic record,” The Times said.
Even after his second presidential run was ended after it was revealed that he plagiarized an entire speech word for word. His current global warming policy has been found to be largely plagiarized.