Biden Lies About Visiting Ground Zero

Monday marked the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York. President Joe Biden was in Alaska on the anniversary and said he was at Ground Zero — which is a lie.

On the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, President Biden announced that he had been at Ground Zero the day following the attacks. The truth is, there is no evidence that he was there. All evidence points to Biden being in Washington that day.

This is not the first time we have seen lies from President Biden regarding major issues. One of the biggest issues is where his son, Beau, died. For years, Biden has stated that Beau died while deployed to Iraq.

The truth of where Beau died is much less connected to his valor or dying in battle. Beau died 6 years later from glioblastoma.

Biden was called to task regarding his statement about Ground Zero. A fact-checking team found that he was at Ground Zero. It was not the day after the attack. It was 9 days later.

Many conservatives have taken to social media to share their views. Among them was conservative actor Kevin Sorbo. Sorbo has been outspoken in the past against the left and this was no exception. Sorbo called for Biden to prove he was there at Ground Zero or apologize.

The statement is not the only issue many had with Biden in regard to 9/11. Biden gave the 22nd-anniversary remarks in Alaska. This makes him the first president since the attacks to not attend ceremonies in NYC for the attack memorials.

Piers Morgan had a good deal to say about 9/11, Biden, and the willfulness of Biden to ignore the memorial.

The fact that Biden has been in office for three years and has never attended the memorial 9/11 ceremonies speaks volumes for his dedication to the nation and its people. One of the most horrific attacks on US soil in recent decades was 9/11.

Over 3,000 people died on that day in just a few short hours. The American president should respect that and be with those who lost loved ones on that day.

To be anywhere else has angered many Americans from both sides of the political spectrum.