CNN Panel Bursts Out Laughing Over Joe Biden’s Claim He Marched With The Civil Rights Movement (VIDEO)

One of the problems Joe Biden is going to have in the race for 2020, is that he has a long record of lying and everyone knows it.

Even a recent panel on liberal CNN had a good laugh over one of Biden’s famous untruths about marching for civil rights.

The Daily Caller reported:


An attempt by Joe Biden’s aides to explain away the former vice president’s 1987 claim to have “marched” in the civil rights movement sparked laughs from a panel on “The Lead with Jake Tapper.”

CNN anchor Jake Tapper introduced the topic by citing a New York Times account of Biden’s 1987 “false claim” published Monday. The 2020 presidential candidate’s direct quote from the report, which discusses the “calamity” and “missteps” of his first presidential run, reads:

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“When I marched in the civil rights movement, I did not march with a 12-point program,” Mr. Biden thundered, testing his presidential message in February 1987 before a New Hampshire audience. “I marched with tens of thousands of others to change attitudes. And we changed attitudes.”

More than once, advisers had gently reminded Mr. Biden of the problem with this formulation: He had not actually marched during the civil rights movement. And more than once, Mr. Biden assured them he understood — and kept telling the story anyway.

Watch the video:

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This isn’t the only example. We’re barely into the 2020 election cycle and Biden is already being accused of plagiarism again.

Joe thinks the media is going to cover for him like they did for Obama in 2008.

He is mistaken.


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