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Certified life-hyper Joe Biden unveiled a fresh round of false claims at his low-energy, barely-attended speech in Georgia Tuesday.

The President boasted that he not only marched for Civil Rights in the 1960s, he got arrested in the process.

“I did not walk in the shoes of generations of students who walked these grounds, but I walked other grounds,” Biden said. “Because I’m so damn old, I was there as well,” he lied.

“You think I’m kidding,” he continued lying. “It seems like yesterday the first time I got arrested.”

Here’s the fun part: Not only is this claim by Biden false, he’s already been busted for it previously and forced to make a retraction.

“I came out of the civil rights movement. I was one of those guys who sat-in and marched and all that stuff,” Biden said during his failed 1987 presidential bid.

Biden later recanted his claim.

“I was not down marching. I was not down in Selma. I was not anywhere else. I was a suburbanite kid who got a dose of exposure to what was happening to black Americans in my own city,” he said.

Then Biden REPRISED the claim during the 2020 election.

Fun Fact: Joe fought busing tooth and nail in the 1970s. What a champion of Civil Rights.