By
G. McConway
|
November 3, 2022

White House Removes Tweet After Fact Check by Twitter

Joe Biden just got caught again.

The White House dropped a tweet trying to take credit for something it had nothing to do with.

In fact, truth be told, the "achievement" Biden posted was a direct result of the out-of-control inflation.

When Biden was called out on that, the administration deleted the tweet.

Caught!

On Tuesday, the White House had tweeted, "Seniors are getting the biggest increase in their Social Security checks in 10 years through President Biden's leadership."

Biden has been pushing the same talking point on the campaign trail.

The problem is that the increase given to social security has nothing to do with any actual action by Joe Biden.

The increase is a cost of living increase, which is based on inflation, and with record inflation, social security got a record increase.

So, the tweet actually should have read, "Seniors are getting the biggest increase in their Social Security checks in 10 years through President Biden's LACK OF leadership."

After Twitter's fact-checkers pointed that out, the White House pulled down the tweet.

When Karine Jean-Pierre was asked about it, she said the tweet was deleted because they forgot to add context, but I am not exactly sure what that context would be other than pointing out that Bidenflation was responsible for the increase.

Per federal law compliance, because the tweet was sent out on an official account, it cannot be completely removed.

The tweet was archived after it was deleted, where it will remain prosperity for all to see yet another Biden blunder.

Source: Fox News

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