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Washington Post awards Biden campaign ad four Pinocchios for attacking Trump on a Social Security plan 'that does not exist'

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Washington Post awards Biden campaign ad four Pinocchios for attacking Trump on a Social Security plan 'that does not exist'

 Emma Colton

Washington Examiner

9/6/20

EXCERPT:

The Washington Post published an analysis describing how an ad for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign attacked a Social Security plan from President Trump that “does not exist.”

The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler fact-checked an ad from the Biden camp this month that claimed Social Security benefits will run dry by 2023, in a piece titled “Biden campaign attacks a Trump Social Security ‘plan’ that does not exist."

The ad claims, “The chief actuary of the Social Security Administration just released an analysis of Trump’s planned cuts to Social Security. Under Trump’s plan, Social Security would become permanently depleted by the middle of calendar year 2023. If Trump gets his way, Social Security benefits will run out in just three years from now. Don’t let it happen. Joe Biden will protect Social Security.”

“Trump gets mentioned in this ad three times. But there is no such Trump plan,” Kessler wrote, before awarding the ad four Pinocchios.

Kessler broke down “the facts” of the claim, saying Trump signed an executive order that “would halt collection of the 6.2 percent payroll tax imposed on wages for Social Security, starting Sept. 1.”

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USMCforever60

One only has to remember to whom the Democrats are speaking to, low IQ/information/still living in parents basement voters. And trying to get the UNI-Party back in the "White House".

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