Biden Makes False Claims In Debt Limit Fight With Republicans

Joe Biden continues telling lies. And sadly, no one is surprised that the president of the United States is frequently caught in blatant falsehoods.

Biden took to Twitter to falsely claim two different times that House Republicans want to cut veterans’ benefits.

The president's comments come as he prepares to negotiate with Republicans over the debt ceiling.

"We have a sacred obligation to care for the men and women who fought to protect our freedom. This is how MAGA Republicans in Congress have chosen to repay them," Biden said in his dishonest tweet.

The tweet included a graphic that said "217 House Republicans voted to undermine veterans' health care."

One lie wasn't enough. He had to double down on it, tweeting a second time that House Republicans want to slash veterans' benefits.

"Biden’s tweets referenced the House Republicans' 'Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023,' which would raise the debt ceiling on U.S. government debt in order to stave off a default on U.S. borrowing. Republicans passed the bill in the House earlier this week 217-215," reported Breitbart.

"Contrary to what Biden claimed, the legislation does not mention cutting veterans' health care or benefits. Rather, it would limit federal discretionary spending to $1.47 trillion in 2024, and allow for it to increase only 1% annually, below the rate of inflation," Breitbart reports.