Biden Makes Stunning Factual Error When Visiting Marines in Japan

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President Joe Biden made an amazing and disturbing factual error about his personal life during a visit with U.S. Marines stationed abroad.

According to the New York Post, during a visit with Marines stationed at the Marine Corps Air Station in Iwakuni, Japan, Biden claimed that his late son Beau Biden died in Iraq during the war.

“My son was a major in the U.S. Army. We lost him in Iraq,” the president said.

On the surface, this is a great way for the president to connect with our servicemen and women and remind them that he understands the sacrifices that they make for our nation. There is just one major problem — none of it is true.

True, Beau Biden was in the army and was stationed in Iraq from 2008 to 2009, but he did not die there during the war. Instead, he died of brain cancer at Walter Reed Military Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.

The Post stated that Biden believes that toxic fumes from “burn pits” that disposed of military waste in Iraq contributed to his son’s death, so maybe that is what Biden is referring to in this story.

But it is nonetheless disturbing that Biden would mess up such a crucial detail from an episode that undoubtedly left a lasting impression on both him and his family.

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