Video: Biden Address Leads To Humiliating Moment

During a speech at the White House regarding the Supreme Court’s decision upholding presidential immunity, President Joe Biden’s skin tone looked almost orange.

The brief speech, which ended with him taking no questions, followed his embarrassing debate performance on Thursday, during which he appeared pale and gaunt. The Biden staff said that he had a cold.

Biden’s statement followed a Supreme Court justice’s quote during his address, “End of quotation.” It was unclear whether he intended to say so or whether, as in the past, he was inadvertently reading teleprompter instructions.

As he walked off the podium, he declined to answer any questions from the media.

Only a few days prior to his appalling debate performance, Biden gave his speech regarding the Court’s decision. Political analysts assert that the speech aimed to redirect the media’s attention from Biden’s debate performance to the court’s ruling.

Nevertheless, Biden sparked criticism for appearing orange, a color associated with the illustrious television career of former President Donald Trump.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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