Cannibals Ate ‘Uncle Bosey’ — Biden

by State Brief

President Joe Biden twice mumbled false stories about his ‘Uncle Bosey’, insinuating the family member had been eaten by cannibals during World War II when the 81-year-old was taken out to campaign on Wednesday.

The first instance of the President relishing the fictional story regarding Uncle Bosey was at the Scranton, Pennsylvania airport around noon, a day after the tired looking President gave two speeches in the Electric City, with nearly no warning to supporters on venue location.

Biden then flew off to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he spoke to the United Steel Workers union. A confused and sleepy looking Biden then began to speak of the ill-fated Bosey once again.

The U.S. government claimed Uncle Bosey faced a very different fate during the war.

“For unknown reasons, this plane was forced to ditch in the ocean off the north coast of New Guinea. Both engines failed at low altitude, and the aircraft’s nose hit the water hard. Three men failed to emerge from the sinking wreck and were lost in the crash. One crew member survived and was rescued by a passing barge,” the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said about 2D LT Ambrose J. Finnegan (Uncle Bosey).

Biden kicked off his 2024 presidential campaign rallies this week in Pennsylvania, despite his campaign website not having a link to an events page as of 10:51 am Eastern on Tuesday.

When searching for the campaign site, search engines do however show an events page, yet when screenshotted at 10:54 am Eastern, just hours prior to the 2 pm Eastern Scranton speech, it did not show any rallies or speeches anywhere, even in Scranton when the city’s location had been selected.

When screenshotted at 10:48 am Eastern Tuesday morning, before Biden’s first Scranton speech, the White House also did not mention the venue location or even the time of the Scranton speeches.

The website Factbase did however list Biden’s campaign events when screenshotted at 10:49 am Tuesday, yet still did not list venue locations for the 2 pm Eastern speech nor the 5:40 pm Eastern speech.

Several mainstream media publications reported on the illusive Scranton speeches, yet none listed venue locations when screenshotted between 10:58 am to 11:23 am Eastern Tuesday.

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