Biden Tries To Quote John Wayne, Fails Tremendously

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( – On Sunday President Joe Biden during his speech at Hanoi, Vietnam at the G20 Summit mumbled something about a scene from a John Wayne movie and proceeded to call those who deny climate change “lying dog-faced pony soldiers.” The quote led to many social media users being confused.

During the press conference, where Biden spoke to the 20 leaders at the summit, Aurelia End, the AFP White House Correspondent, asked the President about the group not reaching an agreement about fossil fuel during the summit. This question resulted in Biden going on a tangent about something from a Western film actor that he used against the climate change deniers.

He claimed his brother would often quote different movies and one originates from a film of “John Wayne as an Indian scout, and they’re trying to get I think it was the patch and one of the great tribes of America back on the reservation, and he’s standing with a union.” As he explained, one of the Union soldiers then proceeded to tell the Indians that they were going to take care of them.

Biden proceeded to say that the Indian scout proceeded to look at the protagonist and say that the soldier was a “lying, dog-faced pony soldier.’” He proceeded to say that all those who were denying climate change and global warming were “lying, dog-faced pony soldiers” but that now there was no denying that there was a problem.

ALX, a conservative media personality, wrote in a post that no one has managed to find the movie that Biden is under the impression he was referencing.

Miranda Devine, a columnist for the New York Post also claimed that no one had any idea about what Biden was mumbling about and called for him to start using a proper microphone.

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