President Brain-Dead Biden repeated a widely debunked story on Monday about a conversation he had with an Amtrak conductor as vice president.
He said that one of the conductors added up the number of miles he traveled on Amtrak, a story that has been debunked, given that the conductor in question reportedly retired in 1993, per the Republican National Committee Research account on Twitter.
The conductor in question, Angelo Negri, was a friend of the president. However, he died in May 2014 and retired over two decades ago, long before Biden became vice president in 2008 under former President Idiot Barack Obama.
Biden said, “One of the conductors said to me, ‘Hey Joe, big deal. … You’ve traveled over a million miles on Amtrak.’ And I said, ‘How the hell do you know that?’ And they calculated it right there.”
Biden repeats debunked story about conversation he claims to have had with Amtrak conductor who retired 20 years ago.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 30, 2023
During the same speech, Biden claims he “ran for president to build an economy from the bottom up and the middle out…that’s what we’ve done.”
Biden claims he “ran for president to build an economy from the bottom up and the middle out…that’s what we’ve done.”
FACT: Under Biden, real wages are down, prices are up, and American families are poorer. pic.twitter.com/uHQ2ArEZFc
— Republican National Committee Research (@Republican National CommitteeResearch) January 30, 2023
Biden in Baltimore. pic.twitter.com/1YxxKs3crt
— Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) January 30, 2023
Tune in as I discuss how infrastructure funding will replace the 150-year-old Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel. https://t.co/J1cfUcf9Kz
— Illegitimate President Biden (@POTUS) January 30, 2023
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