Joe Biden

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the Polk County Democrats Steak Fry, in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)



Joe Biden is a liar.

So says JT Lewis, who lost his 6-year-old brother, Jesse, in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre.

According to JT, then-President Obama made a point to visit every single family that lost a loved one.

But now Joe Biden’s claiming the same, and JT’s calling hogwash:

“This is a lie. Obama came to Sandy Hook and met with every family. Joe Biden DID NOT. In fact, my family was not allowed on Air Force One because we refused to support Obama/Biden gun control efforts.”

Being that 2020 quickly approaches, these, of course, are the days of big claims. Everyone wants to take credit for anything and everything good.

See for yourself:

It’s one of the perks of the primaries — watching people get silly trying to outdo one another.

But JT’s not much for that happenin’ with Jiveturkey Joe:

“Joe Biden just claimed that he came to Sandy Hook after the shooting and met with every family who lost someone. It was actually Obama who did that, NOT Joe Biden. Biden also thought he was VP when Parkland happened. @JoeBiden is either a liar or he’s losing his mind.”

The grieving brother also laid it out to The Daily Caller, insisting, “Biden has no idea what he’s talking about. He thought he was VP during Parkland and thought he met with every family during Sandy Hook. Not a good quality in a presidential candidate.”

But while JT’s firm, JB’s holding the line, too.

In his defense, he said he “think[s]” he met with everyone:

Still, ya might wanna make sure before you create a campaign video.

He sounds as if he’s talking about the murderer — Joe decries the evil of Sandy Hook and says, “[T]he simple proposition is, it’s wrong. It’s wrong. And they should have more of a conscience…”

Then there’s a turn:

“[T]hey should have more of a conscience, the manufacturers. They should have more of a conscience, the NRA.”

Joe appears confused as to who destroyed lives that day. And what.

It wasn’t a manufacturer or an organization.

It was a human being intent upon killing the most innocent among us.

In my opinion, that tragedy shouldn’t be used for political maneuvering.

But that’s just me.

As for the ad’s Twittering, Giffords has “hidden” one of the replies.

Here it is (hold your nose, Teen Vogue):



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