On Sunday, whoever pretends to be Old Joe Biden on Twitter tweeted: “My word as a Biden: I’ve never been more optimistic about America’s future than I am today.” And that can only mean one thing: some immense disaster is looming.
My word as a Biden: I’ve never been more optimistic about America’s future than I am today.
— President Biden (@POTUS) January 29, 2023
One thing’s certain: the Biden impersonator has brought the man’s canned patter to a halt. Biden says he is optimistic about America’s future.
In September 2021, Old Joe’s impersonator also used the phrase. “I give my word to Biden: If you have an annual income of less than $400,000, then I will not raise your taxes. But, it’s fair that those at the top get their taxes. Heritage Foundation exposed this lie. It reported that Biden claimed that less than 6,000,000 taxpayers earn less than $400,000 per year and that their taxes would rise by $3 billion by 2027. You didn’t expect that Biden would give us his word.
Biden also used the phrase on March 24, 2020, publishing on Facebook a graphic that stated: “No president can promise to prevent future outbreaks, but I can promise you this: when I’m president, we will be better prepared, respond better, and recover better. We’ll lead with science and listen to the experts. And I will always tell you the truth.” (Emphasis in the original.) He added: “I give you my word as a Biden.”
Biden also shared his “word as Biden” about a campaign story in which a Navy captain tried to deny a Silver Star for failing to save a wounded comrade. It turned out that the story was false and that Biden was telling us his truth as a member of this renownedly upright clan, he must have known this. Old Joe changed the story about Frank receiving a Purple Heart in December 2022. This was two months after the New York Times had decided that Biden’s lies were so obvious and out of control that they needed some spin. The Times told us that Biden, Storyteller-in-Chief, spins yarns that often unravel. “It wasn’t as if Biden was a dishonest person, or something similar.
The Times reported that Biden exaggerated the story of a kitchen fire from 20 years ago. The Times stated that Biden’s exaggerated biographical details include that he was a civil rights activist and was frequently detained. Biden claimed that his three degrees were awarded to him as an award-winning student.
The Times doesn’t believe Biden’s tendency to lie is a problem. He sometimes gets too involved in trying to relate to his audience. “Mr. Biden has been using storytelling to connect with his audience for more than 40 years. Biden often adds, “Not joke!” to emphasize the truth of his story. In the middle. There are dates that don’t add up, details wrong or exaggerated, as well as facts that don’t make sense. But he is just a charming old gentleman telling stories!
In reality, the very phrase “my word as a Biden” is testimony to the alleged president’s dishonesty. When have Joe or Hunter Biden ever been known for honesty or integrity? In using this phrase, Old Joe is trying to hoodwink his audiences into thinking that he and his family are as upright as they are corrupt in reality. It’s manipulation on top of mendacity. And now that he has used it to proclaim his optimism over our national prospects, all we can do is brace ourselves.