Joe Biden has been caught, making mistakes and spreading rumors according to a report in The Western Journal. More than anything else, these two events have defined his presidency.
Naturally, Biden would try to make a big deal out of the Jan. 6 Capitol incursion's second anniversary, but it would have helped if he had the date correct.
The President's Medal of Freedom was presented to 14 individuals at a White House ceremony on Friday, and Biden remarked, "What happened on July 6th had international repercussions beyond what I think any of you can fully understand."
The president was reportedly about six months off in his off-the-cuff estimation. Officer Brian Sicknick of the Capitol Hill Police received the honor from Biden after his passing.
“He lost his life protecting our elected representatives upholding the will of the American people and defending our Constitution,” the White House announcer said, as Biden and Sicknick’s parents stood by.
Sicknick passed on the day following the incursion on the Capitol, hence his passing did not take place while he was defending the Capitol.
In an analysis published in April 2021, the Washington, D.C. medical examiner's office concluded that Sicknick passed away from "natural causes" after suffering two strokes brought on by a blood clot at the base of his brain stem.
According to The Washington Post, the examiner discovered "no sign of internal or exterior injuries." False information about demonstrators striking Sicknick with a fire extinguisher was spread by some media sites.
Invoking privacy regulations, the examiner declined to comment on any pre-existing problems that the 42-year-old Sicknick had.
In reality, no police officers were killed on January 6 during what Liz Cheney, Biden, and other Democrats have repeatedly referred to as an "insurrection."
Additionally, Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed Air Force veteran, was murdered by Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd who fired the lone shot that day. On January 6, hardly any demonstrators even carried a gun, much less pulled the trigger or fired at anyone.
“Six men were arrested that day for having guns in the vicinity of the U.S. Capitol,” the Post reported. That’s out of tens of thousands on the grounds who were supposedly involved in an insurrection.
Despite the reality, Biden attempted to connect the Jan. 6 protestors to Noah Green, the driver of the car who plowed into a checkpoint on Capitol Hill in early April 2021, killing Capitol Hill police officer Billy Evans.
“We also recognize the late U.S. Capitol Hill police officer Billy Evans,” Biden said. “Three months after Jan. 6, while they were still cordoning off the Capitol because threats by these sick insurrectionists continued to [proliferate] on the internet,” he continued.
“Again all Americans saw what happened when officer Evans was killed defending a checkpoint you had to go through to get up to the Capitol because of these God-awful sick threats in order to continue to move forward and the whole world saw it.”