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Joe Biden: The “invisible man” continues to sow lies, avoid the press, & undermine America

Updated: Mar 18, 2021

Mar 15, 2021: After imposing sweeping executive orders to undermine the prosperity, security, and heritage of the United States, Joe Biden has established a firm 2-month pattern of perpetual lies. Given that Biden is completely incapable of forming his own ideas and strategies, his collection of executive orders and blatant lies to the American people belong to senior members of his DNC party and his inner circle (Kamela Harris, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Adam Schiff, Jake Sullivan, Antony Blinken, Alejandro Mayorkas, Jacky Chang, Amy Chiou, Hussein Obama, John Kerry, Susan Rice, Samantha Power, Hillary Clinton). In other words, the subversive executive orders and persistent lies are the product of Obama and his former corrupt administration.

For your reference, EA has drawn from multiple sources (primarily from the Federalist – March 11, 2021) to provide you with a year-to-date list of lies by Biden and members of his team over the past two months. Grab a large cup of coffee and brace yourself for a long list of blatant lies by this illegitimate “leader” pretending to be president over the past two months. As you go through this list, ask yourself where mainstream media and social media “fact-checkers” have been and why they continue to participate in covering up the lies coming from this loathsome fraud and his bungling administration.

1. Biden makes exaggerated projections about child poverty

a. During his March 11 address, Biden said the COVID-19 spending bill “will cut child poverty in this country in half, according to the experts”. While researchers at certain think tanks and universities conceded that portions of the American Rescue Plan may have the potential to “reduce child poverty by more than half in 2021,” there is no current evidence to suggest that the policies included in the plan will have a sustainable effect on child poverty.

2. Biden overreports the number of vaccinated Americans 65 and older

a. In his address on March 11, Biden lied about when the COVID-19 vaccine first became available in the United States. He also “misspoke” about the number of Americans 65 and older who have received the vaccine. Biden claimed, “When I took office 50 days ago, only 8% of Americans over the age of 65 had gotten their first vaccination. Today that number is 65 percent.” Not only was Biden wrong about when the shots first became available, but he also lied that 65 percent of Americans 65 years old and above have been vaccinated. As of Thursday, the CDC has said that only 62% of those 65 and older received at least one round of the vaccine, not 65 percent.

3. Biden claims US Covid death toll exceeds three wars and 9/11

a. During his address to the nation on March 11, Biden falsely claimed that the total number of coronavirus deaths in the U.S. was more than those in World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War, and 9/11. “I carry a card in my pocket with a number of Americans who have died from COVID to date. It is on the back of my schedule. As of now, total deaths in America: 527,726. That is more deaths than World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War, and 9/11 combined.” While Biden is correct in saying that at least 527,726 Americans have allegedly died from coronavirus, the nation’s death toll does not exceed the fatalities that resulted from the three wars and one terrorist attack mentioned in his speech. Even without 9/11 included, more than 580,000 Americans died fighting in the three wars mentioned. According to the Washington Post reported, “World War I: 116,516 deaths, World War II: 405,399, Vietnam: 58,220”.

4. Biden claims Coronavirus was met with silence

a. In his prime-time address to the nation on March 11, Biden claimed the novel Wuhan coronavirus “was met with silence and spread unchecked.” The Trump administration, however, convened a White House coronavirus task force, which CNN complained was too white, while congressional Democrats were pursuing partisan impeachment proceedings. The chronology of Trump’s early response proves anything but silence all while the DNC downplayed the significance of the Covid crisis and obsessed over their attempts to baselessly impeach President Trump.

5. Biden claims goal of 100 million vaccine shots in 100 days was tough for him to meet

a. Biden claimed his administration’s initial goal of administering 100 million shots in his first 100 days was difficult to meet in his prime-time address on March 11 as he stated, “When I came into office, you may recall, I set a goal that many of you said was kind of way over the top, I said I intended to get 100 million shots in people’s arms with my first 100 days in office.” That vaccination pace, however, had already been met by his White House predecessor as 1.3 million Americans were already vaccinated on Biden’s first full illegitimate day in office.

6. Biden falsely claims Covid spending bill garnered bipartisan support

a. Shortly after Democrats in the Senate passed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 spending bill, Biden falsely claimed in a celebratory speech that the legislation garnered bipartisan support. Biden dishonestly extolled, “Quite frankly, without the overwhelming bipartisan support of the American people, this would not have happened. Elected officials heard overwhelming public support. Every public opinion poll showed overwhelming support for this plan.” Note that every Republican senator voted against passing the massive bill.

7. Biden and White House deny border crisis as illegal crossings surge

a. Biden denied that there is a crisis at the border after departing a White House briefing in early March (when questioned about a massive surge of unaccompanied migrant children crossing the US-Mexico border). “We’ll be able to handle it”, Biden claimed as he was rushed away from reporters and cameras. DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas also told reporters at the beginning of March that there is no crisis at the southern border, despite his own agency’s projections that more than 117,000 unaccompanied minors will attempt to cross the US-Mexico border this year, numbers that are on track to exceed the current dubious record of minors in federal custody by more than 45%. When asked, “Do you believe that right now there is a crisis at the border?” Mayorkas replied, “No, there is a challenge at the border that we are managing.” The current administration is neither admitting to a crisis at the border nor are they managing it.

8. Biden falsely claims Administration not opening new migrant centers

a. Biden falsely claimed during a February interview with Univision that the new administration is merely reopening migrant camps operational during the Trump administration even as the Biden White House are clearly opening new ones. Biden stated, “They opened up one, one that was a former one used in the administration in the last administration. Our hope and expectation are that won’t stay open exceptionally long and that we’ll be able to provide for every kid who comes across the border safely.” According to the Washington Post, USBP agents confirmed that they opened new facilities and “camps” in Donna, Texas, Del Rio, Texas, and multiple camps in Arizona.

9. Biden Repeats false claim that Trump told public to inject bleach

a. Biden repeated the debunked story (rated false even by left-leaning PolitiFact), that President Donald Trump recommended during a White House coronavirus press briefing to inject bleach. Biden misled black essential workers by dishonestly stating, “I think there’s a growing awareness that injecting bleach into your system doesn’t do it for you.” Trump, however, said no such thing. Instead, Trump was speaking on the general role of disinfectants in preventing serious infection with viruses such as the novel Wuhan coronavirus.

10. Biden lies again about not Inheriting a vaccine plan

a. During his visit to the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine manufacturing plant in mid-February, Biden once again falsely claimed that his administration did not inherit a vaccine plan from President Trump. Biden said, “Just over four weeks ago, America had no real plan to vaccinate most of the country. My predecessors failed to order enough vaccines, failed to mobilize the effort to administer the shots, failed to set up vaccine centers. That changed the moment we took office.” Despite this repeated lie from Biden (as well as Vice President Kamala Harris and White House press secretary Jen Psaki), officials such as Anthony Fauci have reassured the public that the Trump administration and Operation Warp Speed did not leave the Biden administration empty-handed. Even according to never-Trumper Anthony Fauci, “We’re certainly not starting from scratch. Operation Warp Speed and full distribution plan was passed along to the Biden team.”

11.Biden falsely claims there is ‘overwhelming consensus’ to pass excessive Covid spending

a. During a February CNN “softball” town hall with Anderson Cooper, Biden claimed there was “overwhelming consensus” to pass a coronavirus spending bill with excessive funding. Biden glibly stated, “This is the first time in my career that there is a consensus among economists left, right, and center that we can’t spend too much”. A January Wall Street Journal column disproved Biden’s reckless claims citing remarks from several of Biden’s own political allies who refuted the idea of passing a gargantuan package. Even the progressive New Yorker published cited dire warnings over Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief package made by the nation’s most prominent economists (including IMF’s former chief economist Olivier Blanchard).

12.Biden Denies Psaki said Schools should open just one day a week

a. Biden denied that White House press secretary Jen Psaki ever said schools should be open just one day a week, claiming it was simply “not true” but eventually coffered a “clarifying” statement saying Psaki’s comments were “mistaken in communication.” When a reporter asked Psaki to clarify Biden’s position, Psaki doubled down on the plan to require just one day of in-person learning per week in “the majority of schools.” Days later, the White House flip-flopped its position on school re-openings stating that schools would be re-opened in April “five days a week.”

13.Biden claims Covid vaccine was not around when he assumed office

a. During the February 16 CNN town hall, Biden falsely claimed the United States did not have a Covid-19 vaccine when he transitioned into the White House in late January (a blatant lie). Contrary to the predictions from journalists, media, and social media influencers, the first round of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine was administered in the United States to health care workers in mid-December following the FDA’s emergency use and mass distribution approval. The FDA also applied emergency authorization to the Moderna vaccine in mid-December, approving it for widespread distribution and use long before Biden joined the White House. To cap off Biden’s massive lie, it should be noted that he received both doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine well before he was inaugurated.

14.Biden statement on Impeachment falsely attributes officer’s death to Capitol protest

a. Biden’s statement on Trump’s impeachment acquittal opened with the assertion that a Capitol police officer who died on the day of the January riots was killed by the mob of Trump supporters storming the congressional complex. According to Biden, “It was nearly two weeks ago that Jill and I paid our respects to Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who laid in honor in the Rotunda after losing his life protecting the Capitol from a riotous, violent mob on January 6, 2021.” There is absolutely no evidence to prove, however, that Sicknick was brutally killed by the mob that day, a claim amplified by Democrats and their mainstream media agents throughout the impeachment proceedings (and quietly retracted in the days and weeks to follow).

15.Kamala Harris repeats bogus claim new White House started ‘from scratch’ on vaccines

a. Vice President Kamala Harris repeated the bogus claim that the Biden White House has been forced to start “from scratch” to handle the coronavirus vaccine rollout. Harris claimed, “We’re starting from scratch on something that’s been raging for almost an entire year.” Even NIH Health Director Anthony Fauci rejected the assertion made by Harris and her White House officials noting that the Trump administration reached the 1 million shots-a-day threshold well before Biden and Harris stole their way into the White House. During a February press conference, Fauci stated emphatically "we certainly are not starting from scratch."

16.Biden said he would fire staff ‘on the spot’ for ‘disrespect’ but has not fired Deputy Press Secretary

a. Biden issued a stark warning to about 1,000 presidential appointees upon taking the reins of the Oval Office. Biden claimed, “If you’re ever working with me and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect or talk down to someone, I promise you, I will fire you on the spot. No ifs, ands, or buts.” Not long after this Biden promise, Vanity Fair reported White House deputy press Secretary TJ Ducklo threatened a Politico reporter who inquired about a romantic relationship with an Axios political reporter tasked with covering the VP. Ducklo threatened Politico’s Tara Palmeri by saying, “I will destroy you, if Politico publishes this story. Ducklo received a “slap on the wrist’ by receiving a one-week suspension without pay. So much for Biden’s zero-tolerance for disrespect coming from members of his team.

17.Biden said he ‘misspoke’ when claiming US would reach 100 million vaccines in 100 days

a. Biden said he “misspoke” during a January 25 press conference when he claimed the United States would reach 100 million coronavirus vaccine shots given out within the administration’s first 100 days, a pace that was already surpassed by the Trump administration. Biden later went on record emphasizing that he “hopes” to reach 150 million.

18.Biden trashed Trump’s China travel ban as xenophobic before signing his own travel ban

a. When Trump implemented a travel ban on China in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, then-candidate Biden railed against the executive action as “xenophobic,” claiming such restrictions do not work. Less than a year later, Biden hypocritically implemented his own travel bans on South Africa, Brazil, Great Britain, and 26 other European countries in the second week of his illegitimate presidency.

19.Biden Team: Trump vaccination plan ‘worse than we could have imagined’

a. After Biden staffers lied about telling CNN there was “nothing for us to rework”, White House press secretary Jen Psaki admitted (during a January 25 press briefing) that there was a plan but that the plan was “much worse than we could have imagined.” However, the plan inherited by Biden’s team (from President Trump) was already guaranteed to deliver Biden’s “sand-bagged” vaccination target of 100 million Americans within his first 100 days of “holding office”. Biden and his team owe all success in this area to President Trump’s achievements.

20.Biden warns pandemic will worsen after pledging to shut down virus

a. Biden spent his entire campaign last year running on a platform to shut down Covid-19, only to back away from his signature pledge on day three of his fake White House tenure. On January 22 Biden claimed, “There’s nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.” Going back to Biden’s campaign promises and rhetoric all last year, Biden’s dark and ominous post election comments bear no resemblance to promises made during the election campaign held from his basement.

21.Biden claims Federal Government never acted with urgency to combat pandemic

a. Biden claimed the federal government failed to “act with the urgency” that was necessary to combat the coronavirus pandemic, neglecting to mention Trump’s Operation Warp Speed that produced two viable coronavirus vaccines prior to the end of 2020. It is worth noting that Congress passed trillions in stimulus (under the leadership of President Trump), providing funds for pandemic efforts and economic recovery. Unlike Biden’s recent $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, the Trump stimulus plans focused on Covid relief (not DNC progressive pet projects and government waste).

22.Biden Team tells CNN that Trump offered no plan for vaccine distribution

a. Sources within the Biden administration told CNN they inherited no vaccine distribution plan from the previous White House. CNN’s MJ Lee was informed by Biden’s team that, “There is nothing for us to rework. We are going to have to build everything from scratch. Of course, this flies in the face of the reality of Operation Warp Speed and official statements made by NIH.

23.Biden White House claims elites ‘celebrating’ is an exception to the mask edict

a. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki justified Biden’s decision with his family to forgo face masks at the Lincoln Memorial after signing an executive order requiring a mask to be worn all federal lands by all government officials. Psaki defensively blurted out, “He was celebrating a historic day in our country. We have bigger things to worry about.” The hyper-sensitive response from an incompetent Psaki was a blatant dismissal and contradiction of the face mask mandate passed by the White House just hours earlier.

24.Biden vows to be a unity president after smearing GOP Senators as Nazis

a. Biden launched his first term as commander-in-chief by branding himself as the unifier-in-chief while aggressively pursuing a radically partisan progressive agenda, one promoting left-wing ideas of “social justice” after smearing two Republican senators as Nazi collaborators. Biden stated in his always falsely earnest fashion, “To all those who did not support us, let me say this: Hear me out as we move forward. Take a measure of me and my heart.” Less than two weeks later, the fake “unity” president smeared highly respected Republican Senators Josh Hawley of Missouri and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas as Nazis.

[This list of 24 Biden lies is comprised from sources that include: The Federalist, Epoch Times, Trending Politics, Just the News, New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, and an assortment of direct quotes from Biden and White House officials]

There are many other examples of lies and deception coming from Biden and his team. But for the purposes of this article, we have focused on a sampling of Biden's steady stream of blatant lies in combination with his disastrous policies that are already taking a heavy toll on America’s unity, security, prosperity, and public health. Biden’s pathology of incessantly lying is only to be surpassed by his overwhelming failure in "leading" the United States. From all of this, we can safely conclude the following after 2 short months of Biden's invasion of the White House: (1) Biden is a fraud, (2) Biden is a pathological liar, and (3) Biden has already proven himself to be a massive failure and “direct cause” of national crises. By: Extremely American Colin Wright


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