G. McConway
November 8, 2022

Washington Post Gives Biden Statement ‘Bottomless Pinocchio’ Rating

Joe Biden has a very big problem on his hands.

The Musk takeover of Twitter has meant that Biden is finally being fact-checked.

Now, the mainstream media is starting to do the same, and it is not pretty.

He Just Lies

After Twitter started to fact-check Joe, he went on the attack.

After applauding Twitter for sticking up for him during the 2020 election, he is now accusing the outlet of spreading lies worldwide.

Twitter is not alone, as the Washington Post hit Biden with its worst rating possible, the bottomless Pinocchio.

Last week, while in San Diego, Biden stated, "Folks, I spent a lot of time — more time with Xi Jinping than any other head of state. … I've traveled 17,000 miles with him."

The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler has already debunked this claim.

With Biden now repeating more than 20 times, Kessler stated, "Now Biden has earned his own Bottomless Pinocchio."

The Post also looked at Biden taking credit for the raise that was recently given to social security recipients.

Kessler wrote, "The reason Social Security payments are going up is because Social Security benefits, under a law passed in 1972, are adjusted every year to keep pace with inflation."

When he took office, Biden claimed gasoline was over $5 per gallon, but it was under $3 per gallon, so another lie was exposed.

Biden is putting himself in danger of getting the bottomless Pinocchio for a Second Amendment claim he has made time and again.

In June, Biden repeated the claim, "The Second Amendment was never absolute.

"You couldn't buy a cannon when the Second Amendment was passed.

"You couldn't go out and purchase a lot of weapons."

Kessler has previously given Biden four Pinocchios on that statement.

If Kessler wants, we can send him plenty more.

Source: Fox News

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