President Joe Biden is still up to his regular shenanigans – lying to the American people.
In the latest example, President Biden said he was invited to Israel as a “liaison” to Egypt during the Six-Day War.
Lies! Lies! It’s all lies!
Biden was not, in fact, a liaison to Egypt, because at that time, he was a law student during the Six-Day War in 1967. He visited Israel six years later, in 1973.
Creepy Joe apparently didn’t learn basic math in school, or maybe he just slept through class.
He embarrassed himself further, trying to impress the crowd with more lies, Breitbart noted:
“I was saying to a couple of younger members of my staff, before I came over, about the many times I’ve been to Israel. I said — and then, all of a sudden, I realized, ‘God, you’re getting old, Biden.’ (Laughter.)
I have known every — every prime minister well since Golda Meir, including Golda Meir. (Applause.) And during the Six-Day War, I had an opportunity to — she invited me to come over because I was going to be the liaison between she and the Egyptians about the Suez, and so on and so forth.
And I sat in front of her desk, Chuck. And she had a guy — her staff member — to my right. His name was Rabin. (Laughter.) And she kept flipping those maps up and down. She had that bevy of maps — sort of kept it — and it was — it was so depressing what she was — about what happened. She gave me every detail.”
“There are several factual inaccuracies in Biden’s claim,” reports Breitbart News, including the following:
- The Six Day War took place in 1967. Biden was a law student; he was only elected to the U.S. Senate in 1972.
- Golda Meir was not the prime minister of Israel in 1967; that was Levi Eshkol. She was only elected in 1969.
- Biden’s first visit to Israel as a U.S. Senator took place in 1973 (he has told the story several times before).
- Biden was not a “liaison” between Israel and Egypt; if he was, he was a poor one, because war broke out weeks later.
To read more about the lies coming out of Joe’s mouth, click here.