Joe Biden has undoubtedly told numerous lies during the course of his “storied,” nearly-50-year political career that he's legally able to claim ignorance of the majority of all the lies that he's uttered and speeches which he's plagiarized.
Additionally, as an stubborn liar, Biden is refusing to admit to his most outrageous of lies or claiming that he did not say the things he actually did, said, or trying to prove the things he intended to say was quite a shock on Friday, when old Joe took to the plate and confessed that he had lied in the presidential election of 2020.
While the issue of the lie wasn't shocking, Biden simply admitting that he was lying is.
The president was candid during an official visit to the White House by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, as reported by The New York Post, confessing that “I wasn't arrested” trying to meet Nelson Mandela, despite claiming at least three times during his term in 2020 the year that he was taken into custody.
Biden said to Ramaphosa that he was “stopped” while trying to visit Mandela in prison. But did he really say he was? These claims have been slammed with a flurry of fact-checks and contradictory statements, even by Biden supporters. Then you've got it. When Biden accepts that he made a mistake and admits it, he will replace the initial lying with another second one. Biden is definitely an expert.
“One of the greatest moments in my professional life was the very first time Nelson Mandela came to the United States. In 1990, we were there for the position of senator, and we were seated inside the Senate Foreign Relations executive committee room. We all gathered there and greeted him and other people. Following that, he inquired to visit my office. He walked to say thanks for hearing that I was being denied the opportunity to meet him.”
And, Joe? What happened next?
“I said once [wrong] — I said I got arrested. While I was not detained, I was blocked from moving. However, he was very kind.”
Biden's admission of falsity was mocked in the The New York Times in February of 2020. He admitted to lying about his fictional arrest during the month three times in just two weeks.
“This day, 30 years ago, Nelson Mandela walked out of prison and entered into discussions about apartheid,” Biden spoke at an South Carolina campaign event, The Times reported. “I was privileged to have the opportunity to meet him. I had the privilege of being detained along with the U.N. ambassador on the streets of Soweto trying to meet him at Robbens Island.”
Biden also said Mandela personally thanked him for his arrest. “After Mandela's release, he congratulated me. When he went to Washington and came to my office. He put his arms around me and said, ‘I'd like to express my gratitude to you. I replied “What is it that you are thanking me for you, Mr. President You're saying “You wanted to see me. You were arrested for trying to meet me.'”
Biden's claims were verified through The Washington Post, as also, the Post awarded Biden an additional four Pinocchios to be able to defend the “ridiculous” story.
Like I said in the beginning, Biden not revealing whether he's been arrested at the time of his arrest in Apartheid or simply “stopped” isn't a big matter, except as a further instance of his blatant lying. But lying about not having met his son's shady Chinese business associates as well as telling the truth on the extent of his participation in the FBI investigation on the Trump family's residence at Mar-a-Lago and many other serious lies are important.
The combination of Biden's frequent lying and his decline in mental and physical stamina is not enough proof that Joey from Scranton is not just ineligible to run for president — it is also an imminent threat to America.
Trump Derangement Syndrome is one thing. Biden Delusion Syndrome is a different one.