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The 'lies' are starting to 'catch up' with Joe Biden

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Originally uploaded to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRw0fA6YHUw by Sky News Australia Sky News host James Morrow says "the lies" are starting to "catch up" with US President Joe Biden. Mr Morrow spoke about a recent opinion piece by President Biden in the Wall Street Journal relating to fighting inflation. "Even the Washington Post, which until very recently has been the modern-day corporate Pravda of the Biden administration, found this to be too much," Mr Morrow said. Mr Morrow said the Washington Post's fact-checker, Glenn Kessler, awarded Biden's claims "four Pinocchios".


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June 10th 2022  

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8 Comments

Robertvd

- 3 weeks ago  

With the new puppet government we have in Australia it seems not a lot of Australians listen to Sky News Australia. It could also be that the Australian elections were as rigged as those in the US.

CatastrophicNE

- 3 weeks ago  

Where's all the battery powered heavy mining equipment, and ore refineries? Stock up on gas chainsaws & lawnmowers, these MENSA members want to transition all of them to battery power too. Battery chainsaws, for anyone who has actually used chainsaws, is a sick retarded joke. "Well, it's been 10 minutes, give me another one of those charged $400 battery packs..."

Just4Looking

- 3 weeks ago  

Stop calling him "Mr. President"!

Mike_h0

- a month ago  

Biden's motto: "Yes, we can and you can't stop us."

MichaelAttoe

- a month ago  

The truly scary part is that Biden actually believes he was appointed to the Naval Academy.

KDW

- a month ago  

Can you imagine if Trump made a claim he was appointed to, say, West Point? The media would melt down. It’s depressing how lopsided the narrative is.

RobertNorth

- a month ago  

Increases in atmospheric CO2 (not global warming) from fossil fuel use have produced a significant increase in the Earth's green biomass. Lowering CO2 is the UN "sustainable development" way to increase scarcity of resources. More people are fed when agricultural production increases. If CO2 were actually reduced significantly, then it would be catastrophic for the planet. CO2 would have continued a steady decline if humans hadn't started burning fossil fuels. Nuclear power is relatively CO2 neutral, and has fewer associated problems than other forms of power. Managing high-level nuclear waste is a problem that has definitive solutions. Public perception of risks vs. benefits has been the biggest obstacle to using nuclear power. Many more people have been killed by hydroelectric accidents than nuclear accidents.

MichaelAttoe

- a month ago  

The part of your comment about CO2 greening the Earth and steadily declining before we started burning fossil fuels has been part of Dr. Patrick Moore's lecture for years now. One can find his views on this at https://co2coalition.org/. I am all in favour of nuclear power, but whether it is CO2 neutral or not is actually irrelevant, which I am sure you understand from your comments on CO2.