Senator Explains Why You Should “Never Trust” Biden

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It shouldn’t be a shock to anyone at this point why Biden can’t be trusted. But this newly stated reason has got to be one of the funniest, for sure.

On Tuesday, Republican Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa and her colleague, Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana, were leaving a conference on the border crisis. As the pair walked past the podium, a snippet of their conversation was heard in a rather unusual hot-mic moment.

“Bottom line, never trust a man whose uncle was eaten by cannibals.”

I told you it was funny…

Now, to be sure, it was meant to be humorous. But it’s even more telling than it should be.

As you may remember, this comment by Ernst ties directly back to another one of Biden’s not-so-truthful family tales.

In April, he was addressing the crowd at a Pennsylvania war memorial. There, as usual, he was trying to endear himself to the people. And so, he told a little fib.

According to him, his uncle, Ambrose J. Finnegan, was an Army Air Corps aviator during the war. Unfortunately, he was shot down over Papua New Guinea. “They never found the body because there used to be – there were a lot of cannibals, for real, in that part of New Guinea.”

Naturally, his April comments made a bit of a fuss when they reached Papua New Guinea where the president was less than impressed with Biden’s fictitious tales or his denigration of the nation.

For everyone else, it’s turned into one more sad excuse as to why we can’t trust our own president.

Thankfully, Senator Ernst has made it into the “greatest hot mike ever!”