Press Conference or Twilight Zone
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March 25 2021 - that was the date I (and the world) saw about the most embarrassing press conference you could imagine.
Hopefully we won’t have to sit through another one for another 65 days.
If Joe’s puppet masters have any sense they won’t - the optics were awful.
Friendly pre-selected journalists
Friendly pre-selected questions
Border crisis denial
Nothing about jobs
Fake threats on China.
Played race card again.
More division and hate.
No detail on anything.
Just vague Bidenisms.
And when it all hits the fan blame Trump.
Says a lot about Jill Biden and the Biden family that they allow Joe to be used as a pawn and to continue to humiliate not only himself but America too.
It borders on elder abuse. The man slips in and out of cognitive consciousness
in mid-sentence. That whole stage managed circus looked like a cry for help!
And the funniest part was Joe stating he’s going to run again in 2024. We all know that’s BS but Joe doesn’t. I bet that was news to Kamala - that would have given her heart palpitations. Soon the only thing Biden will be running will be bingo night at Shady Pines Retirement Home.
This would all be funny if it wasn’t all so real. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. It felt like some kind of alternate universe.
And the woke partisan corrupt mainstream media all ignored the elephant in the room and genuflected and kissed the ring like nothing was amiss.
Folks, is this what democracy in America has come to? After 65 days the White House serves up a CNN town hall puff piece to the American people. A cardboard cut-out would have been more honest and transparent and lucid than Joe was. Donald Trump didn’t hide anything from you, he said what he was going to do and did it.
At least Joe spared us all another Corn Pop tale. Thank God for small mercies!
Copyright © Keith Trestrail | Year Posted 2021
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