Biden’s Civil Rights Tall Tale: Exaggerating His Role with Thurmond?

President Joe Biden has once again found himself caught in a web of lies and exaggerations. During a recent speech on the founding of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Biden claimed that he had “literally” convinced Strom Thurmond to vote for the Civil Rights Act. The only problem? Thurmond, who switched to the Republican Party and voted against the Act, had already passed away in 2003. Whoops!

But this is nothing new for Biden. He has a long history of making false statements and gaffes. Remember when he said his son Beau died in Iraq, even though he actually died of brain cancer? Or when he called out for a deceased representative during a speech? It seems like the president has a hard time keeping his facts straight.

What’s especially troubling about Biden’s false claims is that they undermine the progress made on civil rights. By falsely claiming to have convinced Thurmond to vote for the Civil Rights Act, Biden is attempting to rewrite history and take credit for something he didn’t actually do. But the truth is, Thurmond was a staunch opponent of the Act, and Biden was just a young man at the time.

It’s disappointing to see our president resort to such dishonest tactics. But I guess when you don’t have a strong record to run on, you have to make up accomplishments to boost your image. Sadly, this seems to be a recurring theme for Biden. Let’s hope that in the future, he can stick to the facts and avoid these embarrassing gaffes.

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