Joe Biden’s tell, his giveaway he’s about to tell a whopper of a fib, is when he starts laughing and calls his accuser a liar.

Like this exchange during Thursday’s final debate with President Trump:

Biden: “I never said I oppose fracking.”

Trump: “You said it on tape.”

Biden: “Show the tape, put it on your website. The fact of the matter is he’s flat lying.”

Here’s the tape, packaged nicely with statement’s from Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, that she too opposes fracking.


When Biden spoke of dark winters and hard times ahead, he wasn’t just talking about the pandemic.

Biden’s Dark Winters 2020 pledge would eliminate Colorado’s 200,000 jobs in natural gas and all jobs in the nation’s oil industry.

Biden wants to “transition” from fossil fuels by regulating it out of existence before a working replacement is even in place to heat our homes, power our vehicles to move people and commerce and put food on the table.

Dark winters, indeed.