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Outraged Democrats demanding George Santos resign over resume lies are silent on Biden’s decades of lies

Conservatives are pointing out the hypocrisy of the fact that decades of lies from President Biden are being swept under the rug.

As Democrats across the country slam Rep.-elect George Santos for reportedly lying about his education and work experience on the campaign trail, Conservatives are pointing out the hypocrisy of the fact that decades of lies from President Biden are being swept under the rug.

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk was one of those who took to Twitter to outline a number of the topics about which the President has lied, including: "His grades; His first job; Corn Pop; A Naval Academy appointment; Multiple plagiarism controversies; 10% for the Big Guy; Campaigning in 54 states; 'Passing' loan forgiveness; Getting arrested with Mandela; Being raised by Puerto Ricans. Should I go on?"

Biden's reputation for sharing memories that didn't happen goes back at least 35 years, when the Washington Post revealed in 1987, during his first presidential campaign, that a number of his academic achievements about which he boasted were untrue, including that he had three undergraduate degrees (he has two) and that he was in the top half of his class at law school (he finished 76th out of 85 students).

The report also noted that he faced disciplinary action for plagiarizing part of his law school paper.

During a stop in Idaho last year, Biden claimed that his "first job offer" came from Boise Cascade, a local lumber and wood products business. However, the company has stated that they have "no record of President Biden's application or of him having worked for the company," according to the New York Post.

The story that Biden told in 2017 about facing off with a local gang leader in Wilmington named Corn Pop, a "bad dude" who "ran a bunch of bad boys," is widely believed to be, at the very least, a gross exaggeration. 

A 2016 obituary for a William L. "CornPop" Morris from Wilmington was uncovered, suggesting that at least one aspect of his story could be correct.

A claim Biden made earlier this year that he appointed to the Naval Academy in 1965 has also been found to be a lie, as curators at the Delaware Historical Association found no evidence to back up that claim, according to the New York Post.

Hunter Biden's business partner, James Gilliar, referred to the president as the "Big Guy" in a series of texts related to a lucrative deal they had with Chinese energy firm CEFC. Despite the president's insistence that he was not a part of the deal, Gilliar said in an email that Hunter should hold on to "10% for the big guy."

The President's claim in October that Congress had "passed" student loan forgiveness is just a straight-up lie, as the President attempted to enact the relief, which is currently halted as it faces legal action, through an Executive Order. His claim of having campaigned in 54 states was just a gaffe.

Biden has claimed multiple times that he was arrested trying to see Nelson Mandela, however, multiple sources have refuted these claims, and the president made no mention of it in his memoir, nor during his 2013 statement on Mandela's death.

As for the president's comments about being "sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community," this claim was made during a speech while in Puerto Rico shortly after the island was battered by Hurricane Fiona, where he told the crowd that there was a "large Puerto Rican population in Delaware." According to Census data from 1970, there were around 2,154 Puerto Rican people residing within Delaware, or roughly 0.39 percent of the population. By 1980, when Biden was serving his second term as US Senator, the Puerto Rican population within the state reached 4,857, or roughly 0.81 percent of the state's population.

As Democrats slam Republican Santos over his reported lies, they remain silent on the decades-long list of lies that have come from Biden.
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