Again, Brain Fog Joe Trots Out His Tired ‘I Was a Civil Rights Activist’ Lie

Biden was also a solid political ally with KKK Exalted Cyclops (official Klavern recruiter) Sen. Robert C. Byrd.

Is it just me, or are videos of a thoroughly confused Joe Biden now becoming an everyday affair?

As it turns out, Biden made a campaign stop at St. John the Baptist church in Columbia, SC, to not only give us our daily dose of seeing the POTUS make a laughingstock of himself, but he also resurrected one of his favorite lies.

As noted by the right-of-center;

Joe Biden on Sunday continued to pander to the black community in Columbia, South Carolina ahead of the state’s Democrat primary set for February 3.

81-year-old Biden participated in a political event at St. John the Baptist Church on Sunday.

Hey, Look!!! It’s E, Jean Carroll!

He brazenly lied from the pulpit about his role in the civil rights movement and his history of attending black churches. This is just weeks after he lied about ‘starting the civil rights movement’ during a stump speech at a black church in Charleston.

“Thanks for bringing me home. You all think I’m kidding. For the longest time, when I was a young public defender and a United States senator, I went to, if you’ll excuse me, an AME church, I apologize,” Biden said.

This of course, never happened.

Biden falsely claimed he attended a black church during the civil rights era.

In 1987, Joe Biden falsely claimed he marched in the civil rights movement and eventually dropped out of the presidential race.

Biden finally admitted he lied about marching in the civil rights movement.

Just me, but I would NEVER refer to any parish dedicated to St. Joseph as “St. Joe’s”.

Maybe I’m just old-fashioned, but I think the head of the Holy Family deserves a bit more respect than being referred to as “Joe”.

Also know that it was then Vice President Joe Biden who eulogized Klan recruiter Robert Byrd at his funeral.

Just me, but I find the following quote from Byrd to be at a minimum, “curious”;

I shall never fight in the armed forces with a negro by my side … Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.

— Robert C. Byrd, in a letter to Sen. Theodore Bilbo (D-MS), 1944