The Trump campaign trolled Joe Biden with an ‘investigative’ mini-series called ‘truth over facts.’
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. announced the launch of ‘Truth Over Facts,’ an investigative website aimed at uncovering the truth behind Joe Biden’s never-ending, seemingly incomprehensible statements during his third, plodding campaign for president. The website takes a closer look at Biden’s words and phrasing and brings in “experts” to discern if there is hidden meaning behind the muddled declarations that most normal people would miss.
In the 30-second opening montage, the video introduces several of the former vice president’s references and mistakes, including his notorious reference to “cornpop” and his accidental reference to Winston Churchill as the oldest president in American history.
But the video then segues to Murtaugh, who says it will be the “first episode” in a series called “Truth Over Facts” — a reference to a Biden campaign rally in Iowa last year, during which he said Democrats needed to stand against President Trump’s “facts” by using the “truth.”
Over ominous theme music fit for a documentary crime thriller, Murtaugh explains that the first episode of the series will examine “the case of Sleepy Joe and, you know, ‘The Thing.’ Our investigation begins at a recent campaign stop in Texas.”
Murtaugh proceeds to show a clip of Biden at a campaign event — during which the former vice president forgets lines from the Declaration of Independence and substitutes the words “the thing” instead — before the investigation pivots to a search for a second Declaration of Independence. More
If Biden ever comes out from hiding, President Trump will make quick work of him. Joe can’t even read off of a teleprompter without losing his train of thought. Putting more than two words together that makes sense isn’t something he can do anymore.
— 🇺🇸Maggie VandenBerghe 🇺🇸 (@FogCityMidge) April 28, 2020
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