Biden repeats lie about Trump supporters ‘killing’ Capitol police during 1/6 riot

To be fair, President Joe Biden likely doesn’t know what he’s saying half of the time, given his painfully obvious cognitive decline, which is a common reality in some people when they age.

But whether it’s Biden himself or his handlers, the president has repeated a bizarre falsehood about the Jan. 6 Capitol protests over the past week — one version of events in which he suggests it was the Trump-supporting protesters who “killed” two police officers during the ordeal, Breitbart reports

It was during his commencement speech at the University of Delaware that he repeated the lie, starting off by saying, “A mob of insurrectionists stormed the Capitol, the very citadel of democracy.”

Biden continued: “Imagine what you’d be thinking today if you had heard this morning before you got here that a group of a thousand people broke down the doors of the parliament of Great Britain, killed two police officers, smashed and ransacked the office of members of the British Parliament or any other, what would you think? What would you think?”

Of course, as we now know, U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who undoubtedly went through a terrible, horrific experience, actually died a day after the attack due to natural causes: “two strokes at the base of his brain stem caused by a clot in an artery,” Breitbart noted.

Bizarrely, in the wake of the Jan. 6 protest, no less than four officers from the Capitol Police or Washington Metropolitan Police would take their lives.

The only person to be killed on Jan. 6 was a protester called Ashli Babbitt, who was gunned down, inexplicably, by officers inside of the Capitol building as she and a group of people attempted to make their way to a secure area of the building.

Clearly, whoever is writing Biden’s speech scripts is inserting these lies with the hopes that enough people will believe them without question, as the Jan. 6 House select committee carries on with its witch hunt against the former president.