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Biden Under Fire for Fabricating Civil Rights Arrests

Old Joe Biden seems to have a knack for spinning tall tales about his past, trying to paint himself as a hero of sorts. He claims he’s been arrested at least twice for standing up for civil rights, but the facts seem to tell a different story. Despite his attempts to portray himself as a champion of justice, his stories are falling apart under scrutiny.

In a recent appearance on a podcast hosted by an older celebrity, Biden once again recounted a story involving his mother urging him to accept a role as Barack Obama’s running mate. According to Biden, his mother reminisced about him getting arrested while standing up for desegregation in his neighborhood. However, fact-checkers have found no evidence to support Biden’s claim of being arrested during a civil rights protest. 

 

This isn’t the first time Biden has been caught embellishing his past. He also once claimed to have been arrested in South Africa while trying to visit Nelson Mandela in prison, a claim that was refuted by the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations at that time. It seems that Biden has a pattern of fabricating stories to make himself look good.

It’s concerning that the President of the United States would repeatedly make false claims about his past, especially when it comes to serious issues like civil rights and international relations. The American people deserve honesty and integrity from their leaders, qualities that seem to be lacking in Old Joe Biden.

It’s crucial to hold public officials accountable for their words and actions, and Biden should not be exempt from scrutiny just because of his position. The media should be diligent in fact-checking and exposing any misinformation spread by those in power. It’s time for transparency and truthfulness to be valued once again in our political leaders

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