The editorial board of the Press Herald decided on Jan. 6 to speak out against politicians who lie about their resumes and electoral lies about the family, education and employment of New York Republican congressman-elected George Santos. focused on. According to the editorial board, liars are “unfit to hold public office.”
Normally I don’t agree with the Press Herald editorial board, but I wholeheartedly agree with this one. Of course, is the editorial board just trying to force Republicans to adhere to this standard?
In this regard, President Biden also has a résumé “embellishment” and false history. In 1987, he withdrew from the 1988 presidential race after making false claims about his grades in college and law school. He falsely claimed to have received three undergraduate degrees and graduated from the top half of law school on a full scholarship. He actually graduated 76th out of 85 on some scholarships. During that campaign, he also plagiarized parts of others’ speeches. Falsely claimed to have pinned it.
You could go on, but you can do your own Internet search for “lies Biden told”. One excellent source is his November 10th editorial for the Norfolk (Nebraska) Daily News, “Why Doesn’t Anyone Try to Count President Biden’s Lies?”
I say that I will not tolerate falsehoods or periods before or after the election.
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