Biden Claims Uncle Vanished After Crashing In Area Of New Guinea With Cannibals

President Biden made a stop in Pittsburgh on Wednesday where he told members of the United Steelworkers Union that his uncle vanished in an area of New Guinea that was populated with cannibals, after his plane crashed during World War II.

Biden told the steelworkers that after D-Day, his mother’s four brothers volunteered to join the military. One of those uncles, he said, was Ambrose Finnegan, who went by the nickname Bozey.

“He was a hell of an athlete, they tell me, when he was a kid,” Biden said, adding that he was in the Army air corps, which was in place before the Air Force came along. “He flew those single-engine planes as reconnaissance over war zones, and he got shot down in New Guinea. They never found the body because there used to be, there were a lot of cannibals, for real, in that part of New Guinea.”

The president spoke with reporters earlier in the day before boarding Air Force One and heading out to Pittsburgh.

He told reporters he wanted to see how his uncle was memorialized in a World War II memorial for those who lost their lives in the war.

“When D-Day occurred, the next day, on Monday, all four of my mother’s brothers went down and volunteered to join the military,” Biden said. “Ambrose Finnegan, we called him Uncle Bozey, he was shot down. He was Army Air Corps before there was an Air Force.

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