Biden Caught Repeating “Very Fine People” Hoax

( )- During his gaffe-filled press conference in Brussels last week, President Biden once again repeated the claim that he decided to run for President because Donald Trump called Nazis “very fine people.”

Spoiler: Donald Trump never called Nazis “very fine people.” It is a flagrant lie that has been debunked countless times. Then again, in that fetid stew Joe Biden calls a brain, lies often get confused with the truth.

A European reporter had asked Biden if he could be sure that whoever succeeds him in 2024 wouldn’t come in and undo his diplomatic efforts with NATO.

Forget the “very fine people” hoax. The reporter’s question alone is shocking. Does the European press take it as a given that Joe Biden won’t be president after 2024?

Biden, who totally missed the reporter assuming he won’t be in office more than one term, said he doesn’t make foreign policy decisions based on electoral terms.

Then the old doofus recounted how he had no intention of running for President again until he saw the torch-bearing protesters in Virginia and Trump saying he thought there were “very good people” on both sides. And that, the babbling nitwit explained, was what made him decide “I wasn’t going to be quiet any longer.”

What that tangent had to do with his diplomatic efforts with NATO is anybody’s guess.

Even the anti-Trump media long ago admitted that Donald Trump never said that Nazis and White Supremacists were “very fine people.” He was discussing the people on either side of the protests surrounding the removal of the statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville.

Trump even made a point of saying he wasn’t talking about neo-Nazis and “white nationalists,” whom he said, “should be condemned totally.”

During Biden’s Thursday press conference in Brussels, he also made the utterly false claim that police officers were killed during the January 6 riot at the Capitol.