Houston… we have a problem.
Those were the dramatic words of our astronauts when things went south.
I would imagine a similar phrase was uttered in the White House this week after a Liberal Washington Post fact check.
Holding Joe Accountable
Twitter has only just begun to fact-check Biden, but he is already losing his mind about it.
The entire Democrat Party saluted Twitter when it called Trump out during the 2020 election season.
Now that Biden is getting called out for his lies, he is accusing Twitter of spreading lies around the world.
Now the Washington Post is coming after him.
In fact, for Biden repeating a lie that has been debunked almost two dozen times, he earned the “bottomless Pinocchio” by Liberal Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler.
After Biden again claimed to have traveled more than 17,000 miles with President Xi, Kessler stated, “Now Biden has earned his own Bottomless Pinocchio.”
On the raise that was given to social security recipients, which Biden also took credit for, Kessler wrote, “The reason Social Security payments are going up is because Social Security benefits, under a law passed in 1972, are adjusted every year to keep pace with inflation.”
In June, Biden stated, “The Second Amendment was never absolute.
“You couldn’t buy a cannon when the Second Amendment was passed.
“You couldn’t go out and purchase a lot of weapons.”
That one got Joe four Pinoccios.
If you need one more, how about Joe claiming gasoline was over $5 per gallon when he took office when it was really under $3!
The man lies, that is what he does, and he does not even do that well.
Source: Fox News
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