Biden Busted! Easter Proclamation Exposes Presidential Fib

President Joe Biden was caught in a web of lies after denying that he declared Easter Sunday as the “Transgender Day of Visibility.” RealClearPolitics reporter Philip Melanchthon Wegmann revealed the truth after detailing the Q&A of Biden’s denial on Monday. According to Wegmann, Biden dismissed the claim and even went as far as to label Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) as “thoroughly uninformed.”

The evidence, however, points to the contrary. On Good Friday, the White House released a proclamation titled, “A Proclamation on Transgender Day of Visibility, 2024,” containing language that undeniably reflects Biden’s messaging. The proclamation, using phrases such as “I” and “my Administration,” leaves little doubt about its origin. It wasn’t a shocker when the truth emerged that Biden did, in fact, declare March 31, Easter Sunday, as Transgender Day of Visibility.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre went as far as dismissing the Transgender Day of Visibility story as misinformation, claiming Easter “happened to coincide with Transgender Visibility Day.” However, this feeble attempt to distort the truth contradicts the roaring wave of social media posts from leftists celebrating Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday.

The roar of discontent from Speaker Mike Johnson was heard loud and clear in response to the controversial proclamation. He staunchly condemned the Biden White House for betraying the central tenet of Easter, which is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Johnson emphasized the public’s indignation, stating, “The American people are taking note.”

In the face of overwhelming evidence, Biden’s denial unraveled like a cheap sweater. The truth was as clear as day, and the American people were left to ponder where the line is drawn between genuine transparency and smoke and mirrors.

Written by Staff Reports

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