Did Sarah Palin say she could see Russia from her house? Of course not. This liberal lie has been debunked over and over and over for a decade. Despite the fact that she has never said anything like it, the Left has repeatedly used it to discredit her — typically by calling her stupid. And Joe Biden, despite his talk of unity and being the President of ALL Americans, is no different from the rest of those on the Left who are willing to blatantly lie about others with whom they disagree.
“You watch people lose confidence in government, just lose confidence when you tell the truth. That’s why, when I announced, I quoted Franklin Roosevelt, I said ‘I’ll give it to you straight from the shoulder.’ The American people can handle anything if you tell them the truth,” Biden said while celebrating the passage of the inaccurately-labeled COVID-19 relief bill that does little to actually provide relief. “I remember being given the dubious distinction of having to implement the Recovery Act, back in (pauses), when we came into office,” he added, apparently forgetting the year he became Vice President. And while Biden touted his own honesty just moments earlier, he launched into an unprovoked lie about Sarah Palin of all people:
“I spent literally four, five hours a day day for six months. I talked to ’em over a hundred and sixty mayors, probably more than two or three times. Every governor save one who was looking at from Alaska to Russia,” Biden said — a reference to “I can see Russia from my house.”
So if Sarah Palin didn’t say it, who did? And why did she receive credit for such a stupid statement? Naturally, it was liberal Tina Fey in a Saturday Night Live sketch.
The President of the United States thinks a SNL sketch is real. We repeat: the President of the United States believes that what he sees on a scripted sketch comedy show is something that actually happened.
Many have been talking about Joe Biden’s clear cognitive decline for a while now, but even the LEft must face the reality that the man with the nuclear codes cannot distinguish between what is real and what is not. Eventually, we need to do something about it — before Dementia Joe kills our country.