White House Denies What You See In This Video

You’ve probably seen the video of Barack Obama acting as Joe Biden’s manager during the Hollywood event that took place last week. Watching the now-viral video can be pretty unsettling.

Biden was fortunate that his old employer was present to jolt him out of his old man’s stupor and walk him off the platform.

However, the White House claims that it never took place.

“The New York Post, owned by Rupert Murdoch, is back to disrespecting its readers by pretending the President taking in the applauding crowd for some seconds is wrong,” Biden’s deputy press sec. Andrew Bates said in a comment to The Hill, “fresh off being fact-checked by at least six mainstream news companies for lying about the President with cheap fakes.” “They could relax their ethical standards a little bit.”

“Low-quality knockoffs?” They seem to be trying to popularize this adorable new phrase. Everyone is able to see everything in the video. Nothing about it is phony.

“By pretending it’s somehow wrong for the President to address an applauding group for a few seconds, all they are really admitting—again—is that they can’t take on the leadership that’s driving the world’s strongest economic growth, lowering violent crime down to a 50-year low, bringing back manufacturing jobs from overseas, and fortifying our alliances,” Bates continued.

Naturally, Team Biden is using the media to support their narrative, claiming that the video purporting to show Biden frozen on stage isn’t actually of him doing so.

For instance, The Daily Beast claimed to have expertly manipulated the footage.

“More than a week after pundits and media outlets, including Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post, mocked the 81-year-old for allegedly “freezing” up on stage at a fundraiser by using a misleadingly edited video of President Biden to suggest he “wandered off” while at a G7 summit, right-wing media outlets published more stories with a similarly edited video of the president.”

Like other leftist media sites, The Daily Beast characterizes Biden’s moment of paralysis as his “taking in the crowd’s cheers,” which is utterly absurd.

According to the narrative, “the RNC first posted a deceptive clip to its RNC Research account on X that removed most of the lead-up to the seemingly benign moment,” as is frequently the case with recent “cheap fake” tales.

What, once more, is misleading about it? Could someone please explain how Biden’s frozen moment could have meant something entirely different if there had been a few additional seconds of footage at either end of the clip?

It’s amusing that the media always asks, “how high?” when the Biden campaign tells them to jump. The mainstream media consistently repeats the Biden campaign’s narrative, and the campaign itself never faces consequences for editing videos on its social media accounts to misrepresent Trump’s remarks.

More recently, even though Trump never labeled Milwaukee a “terrible place,” the Biden campaign erroneously claimed that he had.

Author: Scott Dowdy


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