Tom Hanks Promotes Truth (After Honoring Serial Liar Biden)
Tom Hanks is the closest thing Hollywood has to Jimmy Stewart.
The 66-year Oscar winner brings a Stewart-style vibe to some, not all, of his work. He is Everyone who faces insurmountable difficulties, aided by wits, wits, and sometimes volleyball.
Off-screen, Hanks has led an exemplary life by movie star standards. No scandals, no outrageous acts that made tabloid headlines for weeks on end.
And, in between, he seeks to be the gilded soul of our nation. He completed that mission at the dawn of the pandemic when he went public with her COVID-19 diagnosis. Many voices, including some in the media and government, caused fear and panic at the time.
The “Saving Private Ryan” star calmly shares her recovery.
Hanks even hugged President Donald Trump at the dawn of his presidency, Good luck to you as president of the United States.
To say that the measured approach is uncommon in his industry is an understatement of our times.
More recently, Hanks lent his star title to the Biden Administration. Hanks narrated the one-year anniversary of Joe Biden’s first term in office.
We’ll get back to his Biden relationship in a moment.
Earlier this week, Hanks delivered a graduation speech no less than Harvard University.
Actor’s comment, from weirdly awakeleft this important message to the graduates.
“For some people, truth is no longer an experience. It is no longer based on data, nor common sense, nor even common courtesy…telling the truth is no longer the norm for public service. It is no longer an end to our fears, or a guide to our actions. Truth is now considered malleable, from a point of view and by a zero-sum game.”
“The responsibility is yours. Ours. Effort is optional. But truth, truth is divine. can not change. Chisel into the rock and foundation of our republic.”
Has Hanks met, or read some news about President Biden?
The 80-year-old leader may be the biggest liar of our time. His lies are big and small, personal and pathetic, designed to intensify dissent and distort.
Look no further, he said not once but many times that his son had died in Iraq. That comment speaks to his incompetence or failing mental state.
Last week in Japan, Joe Biden again perjured that his son, Beau Biden, died in Iraq.
“My son is a major in the US Army. We lost him in Iraq.”
Beau Biden deployed to Iraq in 2008 & 2009. He died of brain cancer in 2015 at Walter Reed.https://t.co/9Ase3QRGer
– Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) May 23, 2023
Then again, even at a much younger age Biden steals other people’s words to make him sound better.
There is much more, of course, much more.
Biden echoed LIE that he had “reduced the deficit in the first two years to $1.7 trillion.”
In fact, Biden’s policies have *increased* the deficit. pic.twitter.com/ZSvnamEbsK
– RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 17, 2023
Here’s the complete list of every lie Joe Biden has told as president: 231 and counting https://t.co/zEQoZg8eTz
– Sean Davis (@seanmdav) May 23, 2023
Biden’s associates are even more embarrassed in the way they torture the truth.
Karine Jean-Pierre was questioned about her lie that the illegal immigration rate had dropped by 90%… and she realized she was lying more… and quickly moved on. pic.twitter.com/0yquzygQKH
– Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) May 2, 2023
Politicians lie, of course. They do so for partisan reasons, to protect their record or to gain an electoral advantage. Some of President Donald Trump’s titans are bigger and more outrageous than his predecessors.
However, few are as dedicated to the less sophisticated art of lying as Biden.
Hanks didn’t need to bring his good name to the Biden campaign last year. And he’s right to push for truth at a time when so many leaders lie, distort, and smear.
If the Harvard graduates believe him, he should apologize for helping and abetting the Liar.