Is this the REAL STORY about First Wife’s Death

Joe Biden is a gaffe machine. But when he’s not tripping over his tongue and demented brain, the man has a far worse feature. He’s a pathological liar.

While the media plays footsies with Biden on his plagiarism and lies about his grades, they ignore his bigger lies. Like the one about his first wife’s death.

As this video shows, Biden uses Neilia Biden’s death as a campaign tool.

But Biden doesn’t limit his lust for sympathy to the death of his first wife.

In the debate, Biden tried to profit from the death of Biden’s “good” son, Beau Biden. However, President Trump recognized the ruse and cut him off at the knees.

Here’s Trump putting a stake through Biden’s sob story about Beau, as he reminded Biden of his other son:

47 years in office with nothing to show for it, except fictionalized stories about his family’s “heroism”. That’s Biden’s real record.

After some thought, I got curious about Biden’s depiction of his first wife’s death. Especially considering he even uses her in a campaign commercial.

As it turns out, the actual story differs greatly from what Joe Biden relates. Surprised? Not if you have a brain.

The story dates back to 1972. Joe Biden had just been elected to the U.S. Senate in Delaware when his first wife, Neilia Hunter Biden decided to take the couple’s three children to get a Christmas tree. In the tragic accident, the family’s vehicle was struck by a truck carrying corncobs.

Biden often claims that the driver of the truck was drunk. However, according to Politico and other sources, the driver of the truck, Curtis C. Dunn of Pennsylvania, was not accused of drunk driving or any wrongdoing in association with the crash.

Curiously, would a drunk driver who kills a Senator’s wife and her newborn simply walk away with no charges?

Politico continued,

“For whatever reason, Neilia Biden, who was holding the baby, ended up in the right of way of Dunn’s truck coming down a long hill.”

“A friend of Biden’s who looked into the accident at the time told Politico, “She had a stop sign. The truck driver did not.”

One might think, “Stuff happens!” right. Perhaps Neilia Biden had a momentary lapse while disciplining the two boys in the back seat? Or maybe it was something else?

The question begs, “Why would Joe Biden lie about Dunn?”

The accident was tragic enough without alcohol being involved. Still Joe Biden impugned the reputation of a hardworking man; the type of man Biden says he represents politically. He accused the man who killed his family of being a drunk. Yet, no other source substantiated this lie.

I suspect Biden lied, because he needed a lot more sympathy than usual. Too many people likely know of his reputation as a womanizer. But don’t wait for the media to look into this. Or for them to investigate the rumor that Biden was already screwing around with married Jill “Whatsherface” during Joe Biden’s family tragedy.

For all we know, Joe Biden possibly drove Neilia Biden crazy with his actions. The man who finally lied his way to the big time now needed a big time wife. And on that fateful day, Neilia Biden likely decided to get her comeuppance.

It has taken some time to unravel Biden’s deceptions. come wrote of the daughter of the slandered Curtis Dunn:

In 2008, the then-deceased Dunn’s daughter Pamela Hamill demanded an apology from Biden, according to Newark Post Online. He died in 1999. She was upset that Biden had claimed that Dunn was drinking, when police did not find such.

Police determined that Neilia Biden “drove into the path of Dunn’s tractor-trailer, possibly because her head was turned and she didn’t see the oncoming truck,” according to the news site.

“I just burst into tears,” Hamill said to Newark Post Online. “The story already is tragic enough, why did he have to sensationalize it by saying my father was drunk? My family is outraged.”

The Dunn family should be outraged. Lyin’ Biden used Curtis Dunn to cover his likely affairs that drove his wife to possibly commit suicide and infanticide. Even if she didn’t mean to hit the truck, maybe her emotions took over her driving that day. Call it postpartum, bad judgment, or a woman driver. Whatever you call it, you can’t call it a drunk driver.

Biden seems to allude to this himself.

In a 2012 talk to military personnel, Biden lamented: “For the first time in my life, I understood how someone could consciously decide to commit suicide. Not because they were deranged, not because they were nuts, because they’d been to the top of the mountain and they just knew in their heart they’d never get there again, that it was … never going to be that way ever again.”

Of course Biden alludes to the idea of his dark thoughts. But some believe he hinted to the actions of his deceased wife.

Nicki Swift chronicles of Jill’s account of things:

According to her 2019 memoir, Where the Light Enters, Jill had posed in an ad campaign for New Castle County’s Parks and Recreation division. That advertisement wound up at said airport in the mid-’70s. Joe, who traveled frequently at the time, was apparently enamored with this woman in the photos and told his brother, Frankie, that the mysterious model was his dream date. We guess this is what they call love at first sight?

In a random yet fortuitous twist, Frankie knew a mutual friend of Jill’s and was able to get her phone number, which was notably unlisted at the time. Just one day after Joe procured Jill’s digits, he called his future wife up for a date in March 1975. When she asked how he’d gotten her number, the politician’s answer was oddly curt.

In her book, Jill recalled Joe saying, “My brother Frank gave it to me. I just got back into town and was wondering — are you free tonight?”

But the two met earlier, whether they admit it or not. And this encounter pokes holes in this Camelot version told by the newly-minted Bidens.

According to The New York Times, while Biden wasn’t familiar with Jill Biden at the time, his future wife reportedly had a chance encounter with Neilia just weeks preceding her death. Now, you judge this “chance encounter”. Because in the revisionist version of the Biden’s history, Jill by happenstance meets the new Senator’s wife, but not the Senator himself.

The fleeting moment occurred at a 1972 victory party celebrating Joe’s first senate win. Jill spotted Neilia in the crowd. “She had an easy, natural beauty that made her look almost out of place in the frantic crowd,” Jill wrote in Where the Light Enters. “From across the room, you could see how happy she was — happy, and incredibly proud.” For whatever reason, Jill decided to say hello. “On the spur of the moment. I walked up to her, held out my hand, and said, ‘Congratulations on your win,'” Jill recalled. “She took my hand, smiled graciously, and said, ‘Thank you so much.'”

How would Jill get an invitation to this party. Supposedly she didn’t know Joe or Neilia Biden.

And why years later do they pretend that it was an ad that captivated Joe Biden? Finally, where was Joe Biden during his Senate win celebration?

Jill attended that party to size up the competition. And you can bet that Neilia knew Jill “Whatsherface”. This was no “chance encounter”. Actually, it was Jill the Future Mrs. Biden marking her territory.

Biden became a Senator. Thus, he fell under the protective umbrella of The Party of Lynching of Negroes. Therefore, the media refuses to cover the story. Think Donald Trump could get away with such an obvious lie?



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