Propaganda Bomb – Biden’s Latest Video Is NOT Doing Well

On Tuesday, President Joe Biden unveiled a new video in which he disparaged Republicans and Donald Trump. Regretfully, the president was the target of unwarranted attention due to the video.

In the video, Biden criticizes Trump for his comments criticizing NATO, alleging that Republicans and Trump “refuse” to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin “accountable” for the death of Alexei Navalny because they are against increasing government funding to Ukraine before attending to domestic issues such as the border crisis.

Biden said that not contributing additional funds to Ukraine would be equivalent to “bowing down” to Putin. Naturally, the exact relationship between the taxpayer-funded conflict in Ukraine and Navalny’s demise is unclear.

The video gained attention for two distinct but obvious reasons, despite the fact that the content of Biden’s speech faced significant backlash because it is hardly true that Republicans or Trump are to blame for anything Putin decides to do or that sending additional funds to Ukraine will deter Putin when the first $113 billion failed to do so.

First of all, there are several spelling mistakes in the video, which has a caption of Biden’s comments shown on screen. The spelling of “strong” is incorrect. There is a typo in Navalny’s first name. Additionally, the description totally omits one of Biden’s statements.

Secondly, there are a lot of cuts in the video—more than twenty, to be exact. Furthermore, it seems like Biden never speaks for longer than six seconds at a time without pausing.

Media expert Joe Concha said, “So when you’ve worked on the producing end as I did in my past life, some things are brutally simple to detect when the post-edit is complete.” In this instance, there are 28 cuts in the two-minute film. 28. This short, maybe you do five or six cuts at most.”

The large number of modifications highlights Biden’s age and raises questions about his mental capacity since it implies that, even with teleprompter assistance, he had trouble reading his script.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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