Biden Is HUMILIATED By Twitter Community Notes After He Is Caught In Two Lies In Less Than Six Hours

The president of the United States got humiliated by Twitter community notes on Sunday, not once but twice in under six hours on the official @POTUS Twitter account. The embarrassment came when Biden claimed that the 988 suicide crisis hotline was begun by his administration and that wages are higher now compared to pre-pandemic wages.

Both tweets were put out on Sunday, the first of which was “One year after its launch, our Administration's 988 suicide and crisis hotline has helped 5 million Americans when they needed it most.”

Community notes quickly came to the rescue to prevent Joe Biden from taking undeserved credit for the 988 hotline, adding that it was signed in by President Trump in 2019. While the five million number may only be from those during his administration, it is nothing of his own doing but instead simply the work of Trump still at play. 

The second tweet came five hours later in the day when a tweet was released reading, “Right now, real wages for the average American worker is higher than it was before the pandemic, with lower wage workers seeing the largest gains. That's Bidenomics.”

Anyone who actually observes the economy would immediately know this to be utterly false as once you take away the record-high inflation that has been observed during the Biden administration, the numbers don’t look all too well.

Community notes struck again clearing the lies away, writing, “The tweet’s claim about real wages contains a factual error. On 3/15/20 when US COVID lockdowns began real wages adjusted for inflation (AFI) were $11.15. As of 7/16/23 real wages AFI are $11.05. Real wages AFI remain lower (not higher) than before the pandemic.”

While a ten-cent difference may not be a major one, it does make the Biden administration look just that extra bit sad that they’ve gone down in wages over the course of the past three years as opposed to his claims of the opposite.

Suffice it to say that the poor 26-year-old millennial that is running the official @POTUS account wasn’t having a very good day at work on Sunday and likely showed up to unhappy management on Monday morning. You can’t blame them as there’s essentially nothing positive to tweet about the Biden administration, making the job of running the social media account harder than running a triathlon in Arizona during the summer. 
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