Biden lies about witnessing 2022 Pittsburgh bridge collapse

 August 17, 2023

President Joe Biden, who campaigned on transparency, has told so many lies in his gaffe-filled stories that it's tough to keep up with them at this point.

According to Fox News, last week, during a speech in Milwaukee touting "Bidenomics," the president told the small gathering that he had witnessed a "bridge collapse" in Pittsburgh that took place last year.

"A lot of you were with me when I was in Pittsburgh," the president told the crowd. "By the way, Pittsburgh is a city of bridges – more bridges in Pittsburgh than any other city in America."

That's when the president revised history on the fly, telling the audience that he personally witnessed the bridge collapse, when in reality, he wasn't even in town yet.

"I watched that bridge collapse," Biden said, adding, "I got there and saw it collapse with over 200 feet off the ground going over a valley. It collapsed. Thank God school was out during the pandemic."

His false statement drew intense backlash, with people mocking his never-ending stream of telling tall tales and outright lies, and others pointing out that he was nowhere near the bridge when it actually collapsed.

"He showed up hours later since he was in town on an infrastructure mission..." Paul Bedard wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

"I can assure you Biden did not personally watch a bridge collapse here in Pittsburgh. My lord…," Sean Parnell wrote on X.

PGA Tour golfer Hunter Mahan even weighed in on Biden's latest line of bull, writing, "Incredible how often he lies."

"He did not watch it collapse! I live here! It happened very early in the morning. Biden arrived in the afternoon that day!" another X user wrote.

Biden, who is currently dealing with the negative press regarding the investigation into his son's business dealings, along with accusations of his alleged involvement, is drowning in the polls and becoming a genuine problem for the Democratic National Committee (DNC).