Biden Laughs While Discussing Mother Whose Two Sons Died of Fentanyl Poisoning

Democrat President Joe Biden has provoked a backlash after he laughed while discussing a grieving mother whose two sons died from fentanyl poisoning.

Biden talked about the family on Wednesday while delivering an address at the House Democrat Caucus Issues Conference.

The president spoke before Democrats who had gathered at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore.

Biden briefly spoke about Rebecca Kiessling, the mother of two sons killed by fentanyl.

Kiessling lost her sons Caleb, 20, and Kyler, 18 to fentanyl in July 2020.

In a powerful statement during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Tuesday, Kiessling blasted the federal government for allowing drugs and illegal aliens to flow across the porous Southern Border.


Biden discussed the case like he was telling a witty anecdote as he tried to blame President Donald Trump for the deaths.

He then laughed while noting that the mother lost her two sons during Trump’s administration.

“A mom who lost two kids to fentanyl… that I killed her sons… well the interesting thing is, that fentanyl they took came during the last administration,” Biden said as he looked around the room laughing.


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Under Biden, illegal drug trafficking has soared because of his open borders policies, which the Democrats were pushing long before he entered the White House.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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