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Here Are 11 of Joe Biden’s Biggest Debate Lies
BY John Nolte: Breitbart, October 23, 2020;President Trump trounced Joe Biden during their final debate Thursday night in Tennessee. It wasn’t even close. Biden was looking at his watch because he couldn’t wait to get the hell out of the ring[…]One more observation before we get to China Joe’s lies.Last night, Trump was forced to defend his record, to explain it… And because he has a very good record as president, he was able to.Because Joe Biden has a terrible record, he was forced to lie… To tell 11 bald-faced whoppers, and here they are… All of Biden’s quotes below come directly from last night’s debate. [emphasis mine throughout]
Obamacare disappeared my plan. We were uninsured for years — until @realDonaldTrump. I had no insurance and I had to pay a fine.
It was DISASTROUS.
Many people I know lost their insurance.
There are tens of millions of Obamacare victims ….. https://t.co/Xmi7s8eukH
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- No One Lost Their Insurance Under ObamaCareBIDEN: “That’s why I did not — not one single person, private insurance, would lose their insurance under my plan, nor did they under Obamacare. They did not lose their insurance, unless they chose they wanted to go to something else.”FACT: Up to six million people lost their private health insurance plan after Obamacare became the law of the land, and the reason people lost their private health insurance is the most immoral things about Obamacare… Obamacare outlawed — actually made it illegal, for private insurance to offer private plans that did not live up to Obamacare’s lofty and ridiculous standards. Essentially, Obamacare demands we all, each and every one of us, pay for Cadillac plans that include all kinds of things we don’t need. So if, for instance, you had a reasonably priced catastrophic plan with a high deductible — and these are perfect plans for the healthy — Obamacare outlawed them.So many people lost their private plans that even the Obama-loving media were forced to declare Obama’s promise that “no one would lose their insurance or doctor” the Lie of the Year.
- America was Cozy with HitlerBIDEN: “We had a good relationship with Hitler before he in fact invaded Europe, the rest of Europe.”FACT: This is such a ludicrous lie it’s hardly worth debunking. Franklin Roosevelt was president during Hitler’s rise. Roosevelt became president in 1932. Hitler became Germany’s chancellor in 1934. The president has sole authority over foreign policy, and at no time was Roosevelt fooled by Hitler. He certainly tried to stop and stay out of the European war, but Hitler’s aggression towards our allies and Hitler’s own hatred of America… This is such a stupid lie.The reason Biden told this lie is what’s most illuminating. Biden is embarrassed that Trump has been able to do something Obama and Biden could not… Get North Korea to stop rattling its war sabers and firing off missiles.Before Trump took office, North Korea (like ISIS) was on everyone’s mind. Thanks to Trump’s handling of North Korea (and ISIS), we hardly think about it anymore.
- I Never Opposed FrackingBIDEN: “I have never said I oppose fracking.”FACT: Biden spent the entire primary opposing fracking. There’s a ton of video of it. Here’s a taste:
- I Didn’t Oppose Trump’s China Travel BanBIDEN: “I talked about his xenophobia in a different context. It wasn’t about closing the border to Chinese coming to the United States.”
- Illegal Aliens Show Up For Asylum Hearings After Being Caught and ReleasedBIDEN: “The catch and release, you know what he’s talking about there? If in fact, you had family, came across, they’re arrested. They, in fact, were given a date to show up for their hearing. They were released. And guess what, they showed up for the hearing. ”FACT: Catch and release is America’s gobsmackingly stupid policy of catching illegal aliens in our country and then releasing them back into our country with a notice to show up for an asylum hearing. Yes, we release illegals into our own country after we have caught them. These illegals have already broken the law, but we still release them and tell them to come to a court proceeding, which they will almost certainly lose, which means they will be deported. In other words, they have no incentive to show up.Through a number of maneuvers I don’t want to get bogged down in here, Trump has made amazing strides in putting an end to catch and release. Biden would reinstate it, and in order to justify it, he’s falsely claiming illegals dutifully show up for their asylum hearings. Well, they don’t. Close to 90 percent do not.What’s more, it only makes sense that they don’t. Why would they? If they were legitimate asylum seekers, they would have asked for asylum in a legal fashion. These are illegals who snuck in and only ask for asylum after they’re caught.
- Raising the Minimum Wage Does Not Hurt AnyoneBIDEN: “There is no evidence that when you raise the minimum wage, business has gone out of business. That is simply not true.”FACT: Biden wants to more than double the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, another disastrous one-size-fits-all idea. And now he’s claiming that forcing companies to double payroll expenses (this also increases taxes paid by employers) won’t hurt businesses. He further claims it never has.The idea that mandating a raise in the minimum wage hurts businesses and workers is not even controversial. Everyone knows it does.What Trump said is exactly right. This should be left to the states. A $15 minimum wage might make sense in blue states with their unnecessarily high cost of living, but South Dakota and Alabama sure don’t need it.
- No One Brought Up Biden’s Troubling Ukraine Conflicts of Interest During ImpeachmentBIDEN: “Nothing was unethical. Here’s what the deal, with regard to Ukraine, we had this whole question about whether or not because he was on the board. I later learned of Burisma, a company that somehow, I had done something wrong. Yet, every single, solitary person when he was going through his impeachment testifying under oath who worked for him said I did my job impeccably. I carried out U.S. policy. Not one single solitary thing was out of line. Not a single thing. Number one.”FACT: Again, we have the video tape proving this is a lie. A whole lot of people involved with impeachment were concerned with Hunter Biden looting Ukraine while his dad, the vice president, was the Obama administration’s point person there.
- Trump Never Told Putin to Stop Meddling in American ElectionsBIDEN: “And to the best of my knowledge, I don’t think the President said anything to Putin about [election meddling].”FACT: Oh, isn’t China Joe, whose family received $3.5 million from the former mayor of Moscow, precious when he says to the “best of my knowledge.” He knows damn well Trump has told Putin to butt out — plenty of times.
- Hunter’s Emails are Part of a “Russian Plan”BIDEN: “Look, there are 50 former National Intelligence folks who said that what this, he’s accusing me of is a Russian plan. They have said that this has all the characteristics– four– five former heads of the CIA, both parties, say what he’s saying is a bunch of garbage.”FACT: The evidence that the Hunter Biden emails exposing Joe Biden as the head of a crime family trading off his role as vice president to get rich continue to be verified — and done so on-the-record, including pollster Frank Luntz.Most importantly, neither Joe Biden nor Hunter Biden nor the Biden campaign have said the emails are not real.
- Trump Refused to Take ‘Responsibility’ for the CoronavirusBIDEN: “220,000 Americans dead. If you hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this. Anyone who’s responsible for not taking control — in fact, not saying, I take no responsibility, initially — anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as President of the United States of America.”FACT: Because he’s old and growing senile, Biden garbled this with a double negative, but Biden is claiming Trump refused to take any responsibility for the coronavirus, when the only thing Trump claimed he was not responsible for was the early testing failures, and Trump was in no way responsible for the early testing failures. Trump was VERY specific on this point.
- Trump Has Alienated ‘All’ Our AlliesBIDEN: “[H]e pokes his finger in the eye of all our friends, all of our allies.”FACT: What in the world is Biden even talking about here? Our relationship with Israel has never been better. He’s convinced Mexico and other countries to make great strides in slowing down illegal immigration. Peace is breaking out all over the Middle East. I could go on and on…
Joe Biden Has a Long History of Racially Charged Comments, Here Are 10 of the Worst
By Kip Jones, Western Journal, October 23, 2020:
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden called a lid Sunday, announcing he would not emerge from the solitude of his Delaware estate until Thursday’s final presidential debate.
In his absence, reports about the contents of his son’s recently unearthed reported computer hard drive continue to churn out headlines.
Those reports also link Biden himself to his son’s reported overseas business dealings by way of emails that were found by a Delaware computer repairman.
While the email story is currently sucking all of the air out of the room, it’s important to also remember Biden’s long history of making derogatory remarks about minorities, and more specifically, black Americans.
It only feels appropriate, seeing as the Nov. 3 election is now less than two weeks away, and Biden has portrayed himself as leading some sort of modern civil rights movement amid a year in which the Black Lives Matter movement has dominated much of the conversation.
The 47-year career politician has produced some puzzling moments and uttered some bizarre statements about minority Americans throughout the years, which people should remember as they prepare to head to the polls.
Let’s take a few minutes to remember some of those statements, while Biden is away from the campaign and at home.
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1. Biden called integrated schools “racial jungles.”
In 1977, Biden expressed his displeasure with some policies regarding racial desegregation in education.Do you think President Donald Trump would even be on the ballot if he had said any of these things?
According to Business Insider, the former vice president expressed concern that busing and non-“orderly” integration would lead his children to grow up in an unstable environment, following the end of the Jim Crow laws.
“Unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a jungle, the jungle being a racial jungle with tensions having built so high that it is going to explode at some point. We have got to make some move on this,” Biden said.
2. Biden lied about marching for civil rights and about growing up in a black church.
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Biden has said more than once this past year that he marched for civil rights and was “raised in the black church.”
“I have a lot of black support because that’s where I come from. I was raised in the black church, politically, not a joke,” Biden said earlier this year.
“That’s what got me involved in politics to begin with: The Civil Rights movement,” he also said.
But Biden’s own words contradict the statement about marching for civil rights.
In his autobiography, Twitter activist Shaun King reported, Biden years later summarized his involvement with the civil rights movement with only one paragraph:
“I worked there [a swimming pool] back in the early sixties, when freedom rides, sit-ins, and Bull Connor’s dogs and fire hoses were starting to get people’s attention. Like everybody in America in those years, I was getting dramatic lessons about segregation and civil rights from newspapers and television.”
Additionally, members of the black church where Biden claims he was “raised” dispute his account of attending their church, Wilmington’s Union Baptist.
Biden reportedly did not visit the church until he had political ambitions as an adult.
3. Biden voted to shield some segregated schools with tax-exempt status and opposed a “homogeneous society.”
In June, the Washington Free Beacon reported, “Biden was among 54 senators who voted in 1979 to keep the ‘Dornan rider’ — a provision that barred the IRS from revoking the tax-exempt status of segregated private schools, sometimes called ‘white flight academies,’ that had appeared in the wake of the Supreme Court’s 1954 ruling integrating public schools.”
Biden said during the era of racial integration, “There are those of we social planners who think somehow that if we just subrogate man’s individual characteristics and traits by making sure that a presently heterogeneous society becomes a totally homogeneous society, that somehow we’re going to solve our social ills.”
Biden had his feet held to the fire over his stance on so-called “white flight academies” by New York magazine last year, well before he clinched his party’s nomination this summer.
4. Biden praised notorious segregationist former Alabama Gov. George Wallace.
National Review reported in July that Biden “repeatedly praised Wallace and other segregationists” during his early tenure as a senator representing Delaware.
The outlet noted, “It was Biden who bragged that in 1973 Wallace considered him ‘one of the outstanding young politicians of America.’ It was Biden who wrote in 1975 that the ‘Democratic Party could stand a liberal George Wallace.’ It was Biden who in 1981 told a black witness in the Senate that ‘sometimes even George Wallace is right.’”
Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley reminded CNN of that praise just a few weeks ago, much to the chagrin of host John Berman:
5. Biden called then-candidate Barack Obama a “clean” and “nice-looking” black man.
“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man,” Biden told The New York Observer in 2007.
6. Biden equated being poor to being non-white.
While on the stump in 2019, Biden made the awkward statement that poor children and non-white children are one and the same.
In a conversation in Iowa about education, according to The New York Times, Biden said, “We should challenge students in these schools.”
“We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor, you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”
"Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids," said Joe Biden.pic.twitter.com/YhDSMnoRce
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) October 21, 2020
7. Biden asked a black reporter if he is a “junkie.”
In an August interview with CBS News reporter Errol Barnett, who is black, Biden was asked whether he’d taken a cognitive test.
Biden responded by asking Barnett if he was “taking cocaine or not?”
A dazzled Biden concluded, “Are you a junkie?”
BIDEN: "No, I haven't taken a [cognitive] test. Why the hell would I take a test? C'mon man. That's like saying you, before you got in this program, if you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not, what do you think huh? Are you a junkie?"pic.twitter.com/f6UMPJq381
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) October 20, 2020
8. Biden equated donuts and convenience stores with Indian-Americans.
During a conversation with C-SPAN in 2006, Biden said, “I’ve had a great relationship [with the Indian-American community]. In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian-Americans moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”
“I’m not joking,” Biden added.
9. Biden said that Hispanics, unlike black Americans, are “diverse.”
NPR reported that in August, Biden told a reporter, “Unlike the African-American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.”
Biden later sought to clarify the comment.
10. “You ain’t black.”
In an interview in May with black radio host Charlamagne tha God on “The Breakfast Club,” Biden became displeased when the host demanded accountability from him and other Democrats for the black community.
“You’ve got more questions?” Biden said.
He added, “Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”https://twitter.com/AmericaRising/status/1263803921136603136?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1263803921136603136%7Ctwgr%5Eshare_3%2Ccontainerclick_1&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.westernjournal.com%2Fjoe-biden-long-history-racially-charged-comments-10-worst%2F
These examples of Biden’s propensity for being racially inharmonious while portraying himself as a champion for minority Americans only scratch the surface of his racially insensitive past — and present.
But they should be remembered, even as the presidential race pivots in other directions down the final stretch.
Above all else, Biden’s entire campaign seems to be built on a foundation of portraying President Donald Trump as a racist.
Biden, throughout his very, very long career in Washington, never delivered record minority unemployment, which is something Trump can boast.
Biden’s only real legacy for minority Americans is a history of racially charged comments and a 1994 crime bill that disproportionately incarcerated tens of thousands of black men and women.
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