February 24, 2024

Joe Biden Can't Keep Facts Straight About Family Business

President Joe Biden’s brother, James Biden, just shot himself in the FOOT.

In testimony he recently delivered to lawmakers, James Biden said his famous sibling has never been involved with any Hunter Biden's or his business dealings.

James Biden said he had an “intimate knowledge” of Biden’s “personal integrity and character.”

“I have always kept my professional life separate from our close personal relationship,” James Biden continued.

James Biden also made a bold statement that is making headlines.

“I have had a 50-year career in a variety of business ventures. Joe Biden has never had any involvement or any direct or indirect financial interest in those activities. None,” said James Biden.

Little did James Biden know, there was a little tidbit of information he did not realize would be brought into the picture.

Prosecutors pulled out a business agreement containing James Biden’s signature, and everything changed.

Suddenly, James Biden changed up his story.

Instead of saying Biden had no involvement, he began saying he simply does not remember signing the agreement with his signature.

He does not remember?

It looks like Joe Biden is not the only one who is dealing with cognitive decline and memory loss!

It appears those issues run in the Biden family.

However, this slip-up will only bring more disaster for the president.

If James Biden simply cannot remember the business decisions that he was so sure about he provided a signature, how are we supposed to be able to trust a word that comes out of his mouth?

Either James Biden cannot remember, or he is lying.

Neither are great options.

One thing has become abundantly clear, James Biden did not provide testimony that was particularly helpful to his brother, President Biden.

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