(VIDEO) Again, Slow Joe Trots Out Old Lie of Uncle Frank and the Refused Purple Heart

More stolen valor.

The old boy just can’t help himself. Less than a year ago, Biden told a group of veterans a tall tale of Uncle Frank and of the Purple Heart that Uncle Frank supposedly turned his nose up to.

As seen in the video below, while speaking to President Charles Michel of the European Council as well as President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission, Biden just had to resurrect his already proven lie.

There’s just one problem here… none of this ever happened.

Just a bit of a tweak to this rendering, and the lie from last December. Then he claimed that as the vice president, he presented Uncle Frank his supposedly long deserved Purple Heart.

This go-’round, he was a senator. Different position, same lie.

As far as his original lie, of course, in front of a group of veterans. As then, what Biden told the Europeans just a couple days ago was nearly word-for-word to the vets.

“I said, ‘Uncle Frank, you’ve won this and I wanted to —’ and he said, ‘I don’t want the damn thing.’ No, I’m serious, he said, ‘I don’t want it.’ I said, ‘What’s the matter, Uncle Frank? You earned it.’ He said, ‘Yeah, but the others died. The others died. I lived. I don’t want it.’”

However, the New York Post from last December proves that Biden’s timeline just doesn’t fit;

Biden’s father, Joseph R. Biden Sr., died in September 2002 — more than six years before his son was elected vice president. Frank Biden, Joe Sr.’s brother, died in 1999.

Frank Biden’s tombstone does not identify him as a Purple Heart honoree, nor does his obituary. A partial registry of known Purple Heart recipients also doesn’t note anyone by that name receiving the award, though that database is not comprehensive.

The Post’s librarians could not locate prior references to Frank Biden receiving the Purple Heart, which recognizes wounded and killed soldiers, in the Nexis archive and the Factba.se repository of Joe Biden’s public statements also doesn’t contain prior references.