Biden Loses It – This Video Had To Be Edited 8 Times

There are questions about Joe Biden’s ability to make clear, concise statements after his assistants edited a 24-second video of the president eight times.

A recent Harvard/Harris study revealed that around one-third of Dems question Biden’s mental health.

According to a different survey, 82% of people worry about their physical and mental well-being.

And from Quinnipiac, just around one-third of people believe Biden is mentally or physically capable of serving a second term.

Though few brief films are as well crafted as Biden’s 24-second video, politicians frequently record comments for social media. Videos produced just for TikTok would be an exception to the frequent jump cuts.

Unlike Biden, who is eighty-one, former President Donald Trump frequently gives long, uncensored films. Many voters find resonance in Trump’s natural style of delivery of his message.

Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung wrote on X, “This 20-second video has 8 different jumps and hard cuts.” It implies that they had to piece together all the sections that were still useful because Biden could hardly read a screenplay without making mistakes. Furthermore, the “useful” portions are subpar.

During a campaign speech last week, Biden seemed to have trouble speaking coherently. The video reveals that instead of halting his speech to enable applause, he read the word “pause” off the teleprompter.

“Imagine what we could accomplish next,” said Biden. “An additional four years.”

Biden frequently makes mistakes; special counsel Robert Hur described him as “an old guy with a weak memory.” “Are you prepared to put freedom above democracy?” In April, Biden requested support.

In an effort to justify his reelection earlier this year, Biden stated that he was prepared for another four years because “I am in the 20th century,” but he then corrected himself to say “the 21st century.”

According to a January Reuters story, White House staffers provide Biden with note cards and advise him to stick to a pre-written script in order to reduce the number of errors. Usually, a group of advisors thoroughly “create and vet” his prepared remarks.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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