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Biden’s False Claims Raise Concerns About Credibility and Mental Sharpness

President Joe Biden and his administration have been making inaccurate statements, causing even some mainstream media outlets to take notice. Biden has a history of sharing strange stories, such as his son’s death, alleged civil rights march arrest, and claim of being a truck driver. He has also been misrepresenting economic statistics, which has led to skepticism from the public and low poll ratings.

When discussing the U.S. economy, the White House has been criticized for distorting facts like inflation rates, deficit reduction claims, and gas prices. Biden falsely stated that inflation was at 9% when he took office, when in reality it was much lower. His claim of reducing the deficit by $1.7 trillion was debunked, as it was primarily due to expiring emergency spending. Additionally, gas prices were not over $5 nationwide when Biden entered office as he claimed.

In another instance, Biden suggested that his uncle was eaten by cannibals, prompting a correction from the White House press secretary. He also inaccurately claimed to have visited Ground Zero the day after 9/11, despite evidence showing he went nine days later. Moreover, a report by special counsel Robert Hur found evidence that Biden had retained and disclosed classified information after his vice presidency.

Biden has also repeatedly misstated the circumstances of his son Beau’s death, claiming he died in Iraq when he actually passed away from brain cancer in the U.S. Some attribute these inaccuracies to Biden’s age and confusion. These instances of misinformation have raised concerns about Biden’s credibility and mental sharpness as president.

It is important for leaders to provide accurate information to the public, and these repeated instances of misinformation from President Biden and his administration are troubling. Keeping the public informed with truthful and reliable information is essential for building trust and making informed decisions.

Written by Staff Reports

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