Biden, 79, Claims He ‘Climbed’ the Grand Canyon ‘From the River Up’ Then ‘Looked at It From the Top Down’

Joe Biden on Wednesday shocked some users online after he claimed to have climbed the massive walls of the Grand Canyon “from the river up” until he reached the top, where he then “looked at it from the top down.”

During remarks made in Colorado after creating his first national monument, the president gave the American people a glimpse into his past adrenaline junky lifestyle after muttering something about the Rio Grande river in Texas.

“To stand there on the edge of a cliff in the Rio Grande to, you know, looking at one thing and it’s just, there’s not many cliffs but then head up to the Grande Canyon. It’s a cathedral. I mean, it takes your breath away. I’ve climbed it from the river up and I’ve looked at it from the top down.”

Valiant News is unable to confirm the validity of Biden’s alleged history of extreme outdoor sporting activities, nor are we able to confirm the president’s specific recollection.

If Biden is telling the truth to the American people, it would mean he once possessed the physical capability to scale the nearly 6,000 feet deep Grand Canyon cliffs.

Grand Canyon – Photo: KeYang via Pixabay, CC0

During an interview with CNN host Jake Tapper last night, Biden claimed to have passed a bill that will allow for an indescribable amount of money be invested towards fighting climate change, Valiant News reported.

“We passed the-look. What I ran on I said we’re gonna deal with energy. And-and the energy problem. We’re gonna deal with the whole notion of global warming,” Biden explained to Tapper.

“We passed 368 billion dollars worth of s-help, which as the same bankers talk about it’s gonna bring a billion a trillion 750 million dollars billion dollars off the sidelines of investment,” claimed the president.

This news and commentary by Andrew White originally appeared on Valiant News.


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