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I have said this so many times that I am starting to sound like a broken record player…but the Joe Biden campaign is not real. It’s all smoke and mirrors and it’s operating more like a CIA psyop than an actual political campaign.
Nothing is “real.” There’s no enthusiasm on the ground, and the press isn’t asking Biden any questions, except stuff like, “What flavor milkshake did you get?”
As a matter of fact, Biden spends more time in his basement than he does actually campaigning, which is completely bizarre.
And don’t get me started on those town halls that the fake news puts on – they’ve been outed for stacking them with Democrats posing as “undecided voters.”
And on and on and on we go.
It’s just the weirdest campaign ever. Feels like we’re in the Twilight Zone.
And now, we’re discovering more weirdness.
Biden ran a video with a “struggling Michigan bar owner” who blamed Trump for the lockdowns and claimed his business was going to go belly up and he’d lose everything…but turns out the man is not struggling, he’s a millionaire tech giant who actually supports the lockdowns and loves crazy Governor Whitmer.
The struggling Michigan bar owner at the center of a Joe Biden campaign ad is actually a wealthy tech investor whose startup was seeded by a large family inheritance. The ad, which the Biden campaign released Thursday, identifies Michigan entrepreneur Joe Malcoun as co-owner of the Blind Pig, a bar and live music venue in Ann Arbor, Mich.
According to a 2018 interview with local NBC affiliate Click on Detroit, Malcoun became a well-known “angel investor” in local tech startups after receiving a large inheritance from his wife’s late grandfather roughly a decade ago. He described the inheritance as “almost like winning the lottery…”
Malcoun has also repeatedly praised Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. After blowback on the ad, het his twitter account to private yesterday.
You can watch the video exposing the lie below:
This is par for the course with Biden…
Just one lie after another. You can’t keep up, there’s so many.
So, the best thing to do is just assume nothing is true and you’ll probably be right.
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