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WATCH: Resident-In-Chief Strikes Again, Dementia Or Outright Lies? YOU Decide

You have got to be kidding me. If people aren’t awake now, nothing will wake them up.

In the wake of the tragic collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, Joe Biden addressed the nation.

This could have been a moment to unite the country, or, at the very least, talk about some real updates and overhauls to our crumbling infrastructure—not DEI cloaked under the guise of an infrastructure bill.

Instead, Joe Biden displayed his clear cognitive decline or his clear propensity for lying—I can’t tell which.

Biden told Americans that he took a car or a train many times over that bridge. The only problem with this seemingly benign statement? The Francis Scott Key Bridge never had any railway tracks or lines.

Watch the moment Biden made the gaffe below, and let us know if you think he is lying or if his dementia is once again on display:

The New York Post featured Biden’s claims:

President Biden on Tuesday was fact-checked by social media users after claiming that he’s commuted over Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge “many, many times … either on a train or by car.”

Biden, who claims to have traveled over 1 million miles aboard Amtrak over the course of his 36 years in the Senate and eight years as vice president, was skewered for “inserting himself” into yet another tragedy.

Media watchdogs and concerned citizens wasted no time in calling out Biden’s obvious gaffe, further calling into question the Resident-in-Chief’s mental state.

Daily Mail confirmed:

The 1.6 mile arch and truss bridge has four lanes of Interstate 695 road traffic that crosses the Patapsco River and the outer Baltimore harbor, but does not include train tracks.


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