Watch: Joe Handlers Takes Things To A Whole New Level To Keep Reporters From Asking Biden Questions
This is nuts folks.
The powers that be are doing everything they can to keep Joe Biden from taking questions from the press because he makes a fool out of himself.
Since the pitiful withdrawal from Afghanistan Joe Biden runs from the press after giving statements. Now the president’s handlers are trying to make him look less pathetic but ended up making him look even more ridiculous.
Biden appreaed before the press announcing that he is nominating Jerome Powell to the Fed for a second term.
“As I’ve said before, we can’t just return to where we were before the pandemic, we need to build our economy back better, and I’m confident that Chair Powell and Dr. Brainard’s focus on keeping inflation low, prices stable, and delivering full employment will make our economy stronger than ever before,” Biden said in an earlier statement.
“Chair Powell has provided steady leadership during an unprecedently challenging period, including the biggest economic downturn in modern history and attacks on the independence of the Federal Reserve,” a White House statement said. “During that time, Lael Brainard – one of our country’s leading macroeconomists – has played a key leadership role at the Federal Reserve, working with Powell to help power our country’s robust economic recovery.”
At the end of his remarks the press started yelling but this time the White House pumped loud elevator music into the room to try and drown them out.
Joe Biden ignores questions from reporters while the White House blasts elevator music. pic.twitter.com/IMWJE72hrL
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 22, 2021
Something also appears to be wrong with Biden which you’ll notice in the video below. The president appears to be having trouble keeping his balance and shuffle walks.
New White House Live-stream feature:
You can now listen to elevator music while Joe Biden refuses to take questions. pic.twitter.com/79pwlwXgUo
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 22, 2021