As Twitchy reported, Joe Biden officially launched his campaign for president at 6 a.m. with a video that focused heavily — and we mean heavily — on the white supremacist protest in Charlottesville that turned deadly when a crazed man drove his car into a street filled with counter-protesters, killing one woman.

Biden seemed to be focusing his entire effort to take down President Trump on the myth that he called neo-Nazi’s “very fine people,” but as Twitchy has reported, people like Scott Adams and Joel Pollak have been relentless in correcting the record and exposing the #CharlottesvilleHoax by putting Trump’s words back into context and posting the transcript.

For what it’s worth, fellow 2020 candidate Beto O’Rourke has also been repeating the lie, but only in passing.

Here’s Scott Adams today pushing back once again:

“You had many other people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists, okay?” That’s who he was talking about — people on either side of the controversy over whether Confederate monuments and statues needed to be taken down.

In case you know believers in the #CharlottesvilleHoax who don’t read, you can direct them to this video by Carpe Donktum that corrects the lies in Biden’s launch video.

Yes, he does … how long has that stupid “Saturday Night Live” skit about Sarah Palin been accepted as the real deal by people who should know better? Biden kicked off his campaign by doubling down on a lie that’s easily disproved with video … Trump needs to get it out there and shut this down now.