Biden’s Story About Cannibals Eating His Uncle Just Got More Ridiculous and Funnier at the Same Time

Earlier this week Joe Biden claimed his uncle was eaten by cannibals during World War II.

This story by itself is bad enough and shows how little functioning gray matter is left in Joe Biden’s head but now it gets even worse, even dumber and funnier all at the same time.

Academics from Papua New Guinea have expressed their outrage over U.S. President Joe Biden’s made up story about his uncle being devoured by cannibals during World War II, according to a new report from The Guardian.

The tale, which Biden repeated twice in an apparent attempt to criticize former President Donald Trump, has been met with not only disbelief but offense by those who live in that part of the world.

According to Michael Kabuni, a political science lecturer at the University of Papua New Guinea, Biden’s story is not only false but also “very offensive.”

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Kabuni explained that cannibalism, while historically practiced by some communities in Papua New Guinea, was only carried out for specific reasons and in specific contexts, such as after the death of a respected community member.

He emphasized that the native people “wouldn’t just eat any white men that fell from the sky,” and that cannibalism was performed as a sign of respect.

“Taking it out of context, and implying that your [uncle] jumps out of the plane and somehow we think it’s a good meal is unacceptable,” Kabuni said.

The White House Press Secretary’s response to Biden’s made up story only adds to the ridiculousness of the situation, and that says a lot.

Instead of acknowledging the story’s inaccuracies, she refused to address the cannibalism issue directly and referred to his uncle’s death during WWII a “very proud” moment for Biden before reiterating a debunked claim about Trump calling deceased U.S. veterans “losers.”

As it turns out, Biden’s uncle was not a reconnaissance pilot, was not shot down over Papua New Guinea, and certainly was not consumed by cannibals.

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