Biden Caught Telling Straight Up Lies About Trump And His Supporters

When Joe Biden is talking, he’s lying. Especially about Trump and his supporters.

During a press conference, the cognitively-declining president repeated the false claim that a support of Former President Trump was responsible for the death of of police officer after they protested the results on the November 2020 election.

As the story is told, “Trump Supporters” stormed the Capitol, entering the building where they committed a serious of criminal offenses which landed many in federal prison and some under DOJ investigation.

Joe Biden said to a reporter that a Trump supporter “killed a police officer” even though it was determined days later the cop died of natural causes.

VERDICT: FALSE!

Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick did in fact defend the Capitol during the events on Jan 6 and did lose his life a day after.

However, per the medical examiner’s report, Sicknick died of natural causes. The law enforcement officer suffered two strokes at the base of his brainstem due to a blood clot in an artery.

Nothing any Trump supporter did on Jan 6 contributed to Officer Sicknick’s death despite the constant claims from Democrats, and Joe Biden parroting them in public.

Biden made the assertion in an attempt to get some heat off of him after a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland. The meeting was largely seen as a failure, with Biden stuttering and gaffing though the entire process. He’s received large amounts of negative press during his time in Europe while attending the G7 summit, much to the embarrassment of the American people.

In a recent interview Putin compared the imprisonment of Russian journalist Alexei Navalny to the United States government persecuting rioters, even executing Trump Supporter Ashli Babbitt.

Biden quickly moved to discredit Putin’s assertion, even though the comparison is apt.

Ashli Babbit’s murder has yet to be identified and mainstream media operatives have remained silent, even censoring, the story.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney