Dirtbag Joe Biden LIES to Deceased Soldier’s Parents – Makes it All About Him

Joe Biden called the family of U.S. Soldier Kennedy Sanders who was recently killed during a drone attack in Jordan and took it as an opportunity to talk about him and spew more of his delusional lies!

The drone attack killed 3 U.S. soldiers and injured 34 more, but when Joe called up the families to offer his condolences he claimed that he could resonate with their loss because he too lost a child overseas – a BLATANT LIE.

My son spent a year in Iraq. That’s how I lost him,” Biden lied to the grieving parents, when his son Beau ACTUALLY died of brain cancer in 2015.

Biden has repeatedly told this lie in recent years, apparently thinking it will make him look better with the public while simultaneously hoping people are dumb enough to believe it.

During the phone call, Biden also told the parents that he will attend the dignified transfer for the servicemembers killed.

You may recall that the last time he attended a dignified transfer – for the 13 servicemembers he got killed during the Afghanistan withdrawal – old Joe was seen repeatedly checking his watch and yawning as he impatiently waited for the ceremony to end.

But what else would you expect from a president who claimed these soldiers were “fighting for his administration” when they died?

Watch the video here to see Biden LIE to these suffering parents.


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