‘Lying dog-faced pony soldier’: Biden Twitter account shares fanciful DM praising student loan relief

President Joe Biden appears to be a stone-cold liar, and the evidence, incidentally, comes directly from him.

On Saturday, the president used his @POTUS Twitter account to tweet a screenshot of an instant message he’d allegedly received.

“Take a look at this message I received – because of student loan forgiveness, Americans will be able to crawl out from under unsustainable debt and finally start thinking about saving for their first home,” he wrote.

View the whole tweet below:

“Thank you Mr. President. At 51 years old, my husband and I can finally start saving for our first home,” the alleged instant message reads.

There’s just one problem.

Take a look at the Twitter profile below and take note of the envelope icon that has, for the purposes of this exercise, been highlighted with a red arrow:

(Source: Twitter)

The icon means Mr. Cheong’s Twitter account is open to instant messages. And so if you want to contact him, you’d just hit the envelope button and type your message.

Now take a look at the president’s @POTUS profile:

(Source: Twitter)

See the difference?

The lack of an envelope icon means nobody may instant message him. Yet he received a instant message from someone praising him? HOW?

The going theory is that he didn’t actually receive an instant message and that he basically fabricated the alleged message out of thin air.


There is a minute possibility that he received the message through another medium like maybe the phone. But how is it that a random American would have his phone number? It just doesn’t make sense. That, of course, is the point.

The truth, as critics have noted, is nothing about the tweet makes sense, including the instant messenger’s age and even her story.

Critics explain why below:

Notice what the latter user write about how this behavior “spans his entire career.” It does indeed, though you don’t need to look back far to find the lies.

Just last year alone, he told countless lies.

He claimed he used to drive an 18-wheeler.

Fact-check: FALSE.

He claimed he’d traveled to Israel during the Six Day Way to serve as a liaison.

Fact-check: FALSE.

He claimed he’d hit a ball 358 feet during his second congressional baseball game.

Fact-check: FALSE.

You get the picture. The guy’s been lying his whole life. And apparently, he decided to take his lying habit with him to the White House …


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