Biden Tells Another Huge Lie On Social Media

In social media posts, President Biden made up a bogus set of questions for a fake video that was used to challenge the Republican presidential contenders during the first primary debate this week.

Biden’s questions were as follows: “Raise your hand if you will ban abortion,” “Please raise your hand if you will cut Social Security,” “Raise your hand if you don’t believe in climate change,” and “Raise your hand if you will vote for Trump.”

All of these questions are presented in the film as subtitles beneath a looping video of Republican presidential contenders raising their hands in response to a genuine question from the debate, which asked which of the candidates for president would back Donald Trump if he won the nomination of the GOP after being found guilty in court. (Trump has been charged with two state crimes and two federal crimes, which numerous Republican voters see as political.)

In a strange twist, Governor Chris Christie (R) is counted among the Republicans who are said to have raised their hands, even though he made it clear during the debate that his intention was raising his finger to disagree, not his hand to agree.

The post by Biden was shared on social media sites like X (formerly Twitter) as well as Instagram.

Tech corporations have been pressured by the Biden White House to monitor “misinformation” or “disinformation,” a move that is currently the focus of a federal First Amendment litigation.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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