“Raised in the Synagogues” – Another Biden ‘Fact Check’ as President’s Black, Jewish, Puerto Rican, Greek, Polish Upbringing Called Into Question

President Biden’s recent assertion of being “raised in the synagogues” has ignited a fresh wave of scrutiny over his history of making exaggerated background claims. This latest statement adds to a growing list of assertions that have raised questions about the accuracy of his story, and his mental faculty.

President Biden’s Synagogue Upbringing

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In a recent conversation with a group of rabbis ahead of Rosh Hashanah, President Biden made a striking claim, stating, “I, you might say, was raised in the synagogues of my state.

You think I’m kidding, I’m not.” This statement is just one among many instances where the President has been accused of exaggerating his cultural background in an attempt to connect with his audience.

A Pattern of Exaggerated Claims

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Biden’s assertion that he was “raised in the synagogues” adds to a growing list of such claims.

Last year, during a speech marking Rosh Hashanah, he mentioned, “I probably went to shul more than many of you did.”

Too Many Exaggerated Claims

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He also claimed, “I received my education” at the Congregation Beth Shalom in Wilmington, Delaware.

However, all these statements lack any evidence. Neither of Biden’s memoirs makes any mention of Beth Shalom or attending synagogue.

Contradictions in Biden’s Civil Rights Involvement

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This is not the first time Biden’s credibility regarding his background has been questioned. He also told the rabbis that he “got involved with the civil rights movement” before becoming a senator.

This claim contradicts his own acknowledgment during his 1988 presidential bid that he was not an activist during the ’60s but rather worked at an all-Black swimming pool in Delaware’s east side.

Questioning Biden’s Teenage Years in Black Churches

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Biden has made similar claims about his teenage years, asserting that he attended a Black church.

However, long-time congregants of these churches have disputed these claims, stating they never saw him there.

Fact-Checking Biden’s Somali Friends Statement

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Moreover, in February 2015, Biden raised eyebrows by stating that he had “an awful lot” of Somali friends who drove taxis in Wilmington, Delaware.

Fact-checkers pointed out that this claim was inaccurate, as the majority of refugees in the area were from West African countries, not Somalia.

Growing Up in a Polish Community

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In another instance, while visiting Poland, Biden spoke about growing up in a Polish community. He mentioned feeling self-conscious that his name didn’t end in “S-K-I” or “O.”

This statement was met with criticism on social media, as it seemed to contradict his earlier claims about his upbringing.

Multiple Community Claims

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Biden’s tendency to make such claims about his background has not gone unnoticed by the public.

Some social media users have pointed out that he has frequently claimed to have grown up in various communities, depending on his location.

Situation Based Claims

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For instance, during a visit to Puerto Rico in 2022, he asserted that he was “raised in the Puerto Rican community on the U.S mainland in a political context.”

Additionally, during Greek Independence Day in 2009, Biden declared, “I’m an honorary Greek — not only today but every day!” He has also humorously referred to himself as “Joe Bidenopoulos.”

Questioning the Accuracy of His Claims

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As these claims continue to surface, questions regarding the accuracy of Biden’s personal anecdotes persist.

President Biden’s tendency to make these statements, whether well-intentioned or not, has ignited debate about the importance of accuracy and authenticity in political discourse.

False Claims Erode Trust

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Critics argue that such exaggerations erode trust and transparency in leadership, while supporters may view them as harmless attempts to connect with diverse audiences.

Critics on social media were quick to blast him, with one user of X (formerly Twitter) offering their opinion, “No, Joe. We don’t think you’re kidding; we think you’re LYING!!!” Another quipped, “Wow he had a busy childhood.”

Claims Need to Be Verified

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As these instances of exaggerated background claims continue to accumulate, questions about the accuracy and authenticity of President Biden’s statements persist.

Regardless of the intent, these claims underscore the importance of verifying the backgrounds and stories of public figures, particularly those in the highest office of the nation.

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