Hoax or Heartfelt? Doubts Raised About Authenticity of Biden’s Handwritten Note from a Young Girl (Screenshots)

Joe Biden is very unpopular. He’s not doing well in polls, and he isn’t doing well campaigning.

So, how can he possibly whip up any interest in his flagging campaign?

Well, his social media team has been working extra hard lately to make the tired president look energetic and on top of things.

This one was the President thanking two young sisters, Estelle (10) and Josephine (8), for writing a letter to him about their upcoming trip to Washington D.C.

The image caught the attention of Twitter/X users immediately because it looked obviously faked.

It could be that it was overprocessed by scanning software or in Photoshop, but it definitely doesn’t appear to be a photo or plain scan of an actual letter.

Twitter/X users raised doubts and made jokes.

1924 is probably about the right timeframe for people naming their kids Estelle and Josephine.

He’s just pulled out something that he’s tried before: the highly questionable “letter” from a child.

Previously, he (or the person posting from his X social media account) posted a letter that many thought was fake.

In March 2023, Biden got a similar letter from “Charlotte” (another age-contemporary name with Joe) supposedly asking Biden to do something about pay for “ladies” not being “fair.” Uh-huh, because that’s what a little kid is busy thinking about. Not. Plus, it was a ridiculous Democratic talking point being emphasized at that time.

It’s also maybe not a good thing for Joe Biden to post letters about little girls, when he can’t seem to stop homing in on them at events, and there are entries in his daughter’s diary that raise big questions about his actions.

(This post may contain disputed claims. We make no assertions as to the validity of the information presented by our Opinion Columnist. This is an opinion article, and this post should be treated as such. Enjoy.)

Bruce Hoenshell

Bruce Hoenshell is a military historian, he is one of the most prolific conservative writers today, often churning out multiple columns per week. His writings tend to focus on international themes, modern warfare. Style Sampling: “ It is not that we need social networking and Internet searches more than food and fuel, but rather that we have the impression that cool zillionaires in flip-flops are good while uncool ones in wingtips are quite bad.”

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