Lies and Laughter – Biden’s SOTU Speech Blasted By Republicans

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During his State of the Union address on Tuesday night, President Joe Biden provoked criticism from the public due to both the content and delivery of his speech.

The president’s words were often garbled, and he was seen raising his voice in an uncharacteristic manner. Additionally, numerous claims made during the speech have been labeled as “lies” by viewers.

One such remark which drew a reaction was Biden’s claims about the oil and gas industry. He said energy companies “invested too little of that profit to increase domestic production and keep gas prices down,” and instead used it for corporate gains.

Biden then continued to repeated “corporations to do the right thing,” without acknowledging that he himself had ended drilling leases while lifting sanctions on socialist-led countries such as Venezuela. This final comment caused a heckle from Democrat members of Congress – with his words, “We’re going to need oil and gas for a while,” being met with boos and laughter.

Biden was mocked by Republicans after he said “we’re going to need oil for at least another decade.” This caused audience members to tell the President that we’re going to need gas and oil for a lot longer.

Biden’s State of The Union was criticized by conservative personalities. Federalist Editor Mollie Hemingway commented, “I know the lies are coming so fast and so furiously and so incoherently that it’s hard to keep track, but did he just claim his wife is a full-time teacher.”

Mollie also said, “Is anyone else having trouble understanding exactly what he’s trying to say? It’s a weird combo of mumbling and speed-reading. I can’t quite make it out. Also now he’s yelling.”

Clay Travis of the Outkick said, “I have no idea what this means on China. It’s totally nonsensical and random yelling by an old man.”

Newsbuster’s Jorge Bonilla said, Make no mistake! If you try anything to raise the cost of frisizhnjubs I will veto it.”