There are a few things that Americans know about President Joe Biden.
He has trouble putting two sentences together, his son Hunter is a Crack attic and Biden makes up lies and/or exaggerates on a regular basis.
Well, Joe just did it again. This time the 78-year-old cranky U.S. Chief Executive Officer repeated a prior claim that he had been a teaching professor following his days as Barack Obama’s VP.
This was not the first time Biden told this fabrication; “I really enjoyed teaching and writing.” As of today though, Joe still has not stood in front of a classroom at the University of Pennsylvania and taught students.
“You make me miss being a professor at Penn,” he told historian Heather Cox Richardson in an interview posted online Friday.
“When I left the vice presidency I had a chance to do a number of things, but I took a professorship at the University of Pennsylvania on presidential politics and history, so I envy you. … I really enjoyed teaching and writing.”
Joe told the same false story a year ago, February 19, 2021.
Biden said in a live-streamed address during a Munich Security Conference:
“Two year ago, as you pointed out when I last spoke in Munich, I was a private citizen. I was a professor, not an elected official.”
This statement had previously drawn controversy because of the amount of money he was paid by the progressive university, for only appearing nine times at the campus.
Biden was a non-teaching honorary professor at the Philadelphia school from February 2017 to April 2019, where was paid $371,159 in 2017 and $540,484 in 2018 and 2019, according to an investigative report from the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s campus paper, wrote an article on what Biden did as an honorary professor, technically called the “Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor.”
“Although he does not teach regular classes, Biden has appeared on campus several times, and spoken at Penn on at least five occasions,” an April 2020 report revealed.
The paper counted at least nine visits to Penn’s campus after his vice presidency. One of those visits was to promote his book Promise Me, Dad.
For another instance, Joe has several times that he was involved in the Civil Rights movement. The problem is in an interview in 1987, he insisted he was not involved.
During the interview with Richardson, Biden used the civil rights activist card.
Biden in 1987: “I was not an activist…I was not out marching. I was not down in Selma. I was not anywhere else."pic.twitter.com/ijty46nY83
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 4, 2022
In another doozie, back in September, Biden during a trip to Idaho claimed his “first job offer” was from lumber company Boise Cascade.
Joe Biden says his “first job offer” was from Idaho lumber company Boise Cascade.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 13, 2021
The company had no record of his application.
The Medical News Today describes what is known about pathological liars.
Lies often lead to some benefit. For example, a person may lie to avoid social embarrassment. While some people lie more frequently than others, it is not typically a sign of a mental health condition.
Pathological lying is different. It may be a sign of an underlying mental health condition, such as a personality disorder.
So is Joe Biden a pathological liar for dysfunctional social acceptance reasons, or as a result of Joe’s cognitive decline, and/or because of a diagnosable personality disorder gone unchecked?
Regardless of the reason, the fact that Joe Biden holds the most powerful political position in the world, should be a massive concern for every American, regardless of their political affiliation.
By: Eric Thompson, editor of Eric Thompson Show.