When a white supremacist opened fire in a synagogue in a Pittsburgh suburb, Biden was nowhere to be found.
Despite his recent false claim on a Rosh Hashana Zoom call with leftist clergy, Biden was not actually at the Tree of Life synagogue.
“I remember spending time at the — you know, going to the — you know, the Tree of Life Synagogue, speaking with the — just — it just is amazing these things are happening — happening in America,” Biden falsely claimed.
But this comes after he claimed to have come “out of the Civil Rights Movement and being involved in the Jewish community as a kid, and the Civil Rights Movement — in Delaware.”
The thing with fact-checking a guy who spent his life randomly making stuff up is that it’s almost pointless.
It is worth noting that while Biden never went to the Tree of Life synagogue, President Trump did.
As President Trump arrived at the Tree of Life synagogue, Rev. Susan Rothenberg, a Presbyterian minister, began screaming, “You are not welcome here!”
The Presbyterian Church has become notorious for its support of BDS and its affinity for anti-Semitic terrorist groups.
“This evil, anti-Semitic attack is an assault on all of us. It is an assault on humanity. It must be confronted and condemned everywhere it rears its ugly head. We must stand with our Jewish brothers and sisters to defeat anti-Semitism and vanquish the forces of hate. Those seeking their destruction, we will seek their destruction,” President Trump said.
Biden is far more likely to stand with Susan Rothenberg than with Jewish targets of anti-semitism.