Joe Biden told a gigantic lie at the G20 discussion…
Perhaps it’s only a lie if he believes it. However, what Joe Biden said in front of an assembled group of G20 leaders was not only a lie, it was so transparently false that world leaders knew Biden was just making stuff up. Truly this is such a false statement you have to wonder if the script writer was intentionally setting up Joe Biden for ridicule.
Unfortunately, none of the media fact-checkers are likely to call him out for this; but, believe me, those world leaders sitting around the table know this level of propaganda is beyond anything even Baghdad Bob would attempt. And yes, it’s also in the transcript.
Given all of the economic impacts crushing the United States working class, Joe Biden’s team thought it would be a good idea politically for his administration to select “Supply Chain Resilience” as the U.S. selected discussion topic for the G20 group. During his introductory propaganda remarks (obviously he did not write), Joe Biden said the following [video at 02:34]:
TRANSCRIPT – […] “Just a few weeks ago, we were able to facilitate an agreement with key unions, retailers, and freight movers to begin operating two of the largest ports in the United States that account for 40 percent of the imports on the West Coast: the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach, California. So, we got them to move from 5 days a week, 8 hours a day, to 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.” (read more)
The Port of Los Angeles (POLA) and Port of Long Beach (POLB) have never worked 8hr/days Monday through Friday. That is complete, abject and utter nonsense. That statement is so far away from the truth, the light from where truth begins could not catch that statement in a year. Even the ASL interpreter seemed to notice (see below).
Have you ever read a more bureaucratic batch of gibberish that amounts to absolutely nothing? All of the correct corporate linguistics and G20 political catch phrases are in there though. Look:.
…”So, I’m directing my Secretary of State — Secretaries of State and Commerce to chair a multi-stakeholder forum in the beginning of next year to bring all these key parties together with relevant officials from all of our governments to chart a path forward. I look forward to hearing from each of you and finding ways we can work together to increase our resilience and enhance our shared prosperity.”