Attention, Minister Of Disinformation: Biden Spews Lies at Naval Academy 

Jay Maxson | May 31, 2022
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Where is the minister of disinformation now?

President Joe Biden’s lying mouth on Friday exposed him for yet more falsehoods - this time regarding a college football career that never was. In a commencement address at the U.S. Naval Academy, Biden told the midshipmen he would have attended the academy in 1965 if not for future NFL Hall of Famer Roger Staubach being entrenched there as the quarterback.  

Before we get into all the lies and disinformation coming out of Biden’s mouth, let’s establish the facts. After being a poor student in high school, Biden attended Delaware University, was a member of the freshmen football team, and graduated in 1965. Later, he finished 76th among 85 law students in his class at Syracuse College of Law. 

Moving on to the lies, Breitbart’s Dylan Gwinn reports the teller-of-tall-tales president said Friday he had been accepted for enrollment at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., but turned down the offer because Staubach stood in the way of him starting as quarterback. Biden said he applied to the Naval Academy with a letter he received from then-Senator J. Caleb Boggs in 1965.: 

“I was told the Class of ’72 is here. I was appointed to the academy in 1965 by a senator who I was running against in 1972, never planned it that way. I wasn’t old enough to be sworn in. I was only 29 years old when I was running. 

“I didn’t come to the academy because I wanted to be a football star. And you had a guy named (Roger) Staubach and (Joe) Bellino here. So, I went to Delaware.” 

Other than the fact that he did attend Delaware, all of these claims are big, fat whoppers.

First off, it's very unlikely that Biden would have received an appointment to a military academy because he was a poor student. The average GPA for an in-coming Naval Academy student is 3.66. Anything less than A's and B's won't cut it.

Biden also could not have attended the Naval Academy in 1965 because he had already graduated from college by then, and the academy does not offer graduate education. As a college student at Delaware, Biden received five student draft deferments. This was when the U.S. was at war in Vietnam and many young men sought deferments while others dodged the draft. 

Biden also lied prior to Friday’s commencement remarks, claiming he finished in the top half of his law school class. 


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During his long political career, Biden also established his credentials as a plagiariser. During his failed 1987 bid for the presidential nomination, he lifted entire sections of speeches from other people without attribution. He stole the policy platforms of rivals, some of them word for word. And now the liar-in-chief is setting a bad example for future Naval officers by re-writing history in commencement addresses. 

Ya know what, the minister of disinformation is a great idea – to check the occupant of the Oval Office of the White House.