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Biden Now Has 3 Versions of His Story About Infamous Gay Kiss

via WFAA.

President Joe Biden has come under scrutiny after sharing multiple different version of the same story about his first time witnessing a gay couple kiss.

Biden shared the story during a Human Rights Campaign speech, in which he said his father was dropping him off in downtown Wilmington, Delaware when the two witnessed a gay couple share a kiss.

“They leaned up and kissed one another, and I never seen that before,” Biden said. “I turned and looked at my dad and he just looked at me, said, ‘Joey it’s simple. It’s simple, Joey. They love one another.’”

In a prior telling of the event, Biden described himself as the father, in which he and Hunter witnessed a gay couple kiss. When Hunter looked to his father, Biden claimed he said, “They love each other, honey.”

Yet another version of the story was shared when Biden mixed up the location of he and his father, leaving many to believe the story was made up altogether.

Even Washington Post “Fact-Checker” Glenn Kessler took notice of the varying descriptions, titling an article, “Three reasons to doubt Biden’s story on his father and a gay kiss.”

“We will not be awarding Pinocchios, as it’s impossible to prove or disprove his anecdote, but readers can draw their own conclusions,” Kessler said.

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