President Joe Biden should be called the LIAR IN CHIEF after the Washington Post fact checked him over a false claim he was arrested at a protest as a teenager, an incident in which there is little to no evidence to support, report says.

The Washington post gave Joe Biden "Four Pinocchios" - which is the top rating when your story is full of you know what. If you're writing or saying something and you get "Four Pinocchios" - that means you either messed up big time and didn't verify your information, or you're possibly a liar. In this case, Joe Biden was the source of the information and WaPo basically said there's little evidence his claim was a truth.

Let's see what the Fox News report had to say about WaPo's fact check on Sleepy Joe:

In a Thursday piece headlined, "Biden claims yet another arrest for which there’s little evidence," Glenn Kessler, The Post's resident fact-checker, wrote that Biden was "not always a reliable source" when it came to his "exaggerated" stories, and that too many elements of his claim didn't add up.

I don't know who Glenn Kessler is, but I just became a huge fan! Don't fact check me on that one, Glenn!

"I did not walk in the shoes of generations of students who walked these grounds. But I walked other grounds. Because I’m so damn old, I was there as well. You think I’m kidding, man. It seems like yesterday the first time I got arrested," Biden told the crowd at his Tuesday speech at Morehouse College in Atlanta.


According to Kessler, Biden appeared to be referencing a story he told on a number of occasions about a conversation he had with his mother in 2008 when deciding whether he should accept former President Obama's offer to become his running mate.

In the story, Biden's mother reminded him of when he was a teenager and went to support a Black family who purchased a home in a town not far from where the Biden's lived amid a protest against the family moving in.

Here's where the story starts getting good!!!

Kessler noted that Biden told the story with several variations over time, with some referencing him getting "arrested" by the police, and others saying they brought him home to his parents to keep him from getting in trouble. Other variations included his age, as well as the protest location.

Kessler added that Biden also never made any mention of the arrest in his memoirs, even when discussing the same conversation with his mother.

HAHAHA! You would think that if Joe Biden was arrested during that, that it just MIGHT be in the memoirs

Kessler detailed various news reports mentioning protests in the area at the time over a house purchase by a Black family and concluded that too many elements of Biden's story didn't add up.

Does anything Joe Biden says these days ever add up anymore?

"The primary source for this story is Biden — and we’ve learned over the years that he is not always a reliable source," Kessler wrote. "He appears to be citing his mother to enhance his civil rights credentials — which we have noted he has exaggerated before — but too many elements do not add up to give this 'arrest' more credibility than his previous claims of getting in trouble with the law."

"The president earns Four Pinocchios," he added.

Glenn Kessler should get an award for this. He's my new favorite fact checker except for the guys over at Lead Stories. Those guys are always cool too!

Biden was forced to admit in 2020 he had concocted a tale of once getting arrested while trying to see Nelson Mandela in South Africa.