White House Cuts Biden’s Feed AGAIN After He Goes Off Script

President Joe Biden’s video feed was cut off during a briefing in Boise, Idaho, on Monday as the president was answering a question, according to a new video by Sky News Australia.

Biden had visited the National Interagency Fire Center related to wildfires in western states. “One of the things, that uh, I’ve been working on with some others is —” the president said before the video abruptly ended.

“White House staff has cut the video feed during briefings at least twice before,” Breitbart News reported.

Sky News Australia noted the incident is one of many occasions where the White House cut the media feed when the president went off his prepared remarks. Politico reported how White House staffers will “either mute [Biden] or turn off his remarks” because they were anxious that he would veer from “the West Wing’s carefully orchestrated messaging.”

The president’s trip also includes a stop in California in a last-minute effort to rally votes for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall election on Tuesday.

It’s pretty scary when the president is no longer in control of his own communications. Trump was sometimes cut off, but it was because mainstream media did not like his message.

In Biden’s case, it’s his own staff ending his messages, knowing his words are more likely to hurt than help the left’s cause. Check it out for the full story now.


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