AGAIN? White House Cuts Joe Biden’s Live Feed For Second Time In A Week (VIDEO)

Who is really in charge at the White House? It certainly doesn’t look like it’s Joe Biden.

For the second time in a week, Joe Biden’s live feed was cut off by an unknown person or persons at the White House.

This does not look good at all.

Right Journalism reports:

White House Cuts Biden Live Feed For A Second Time In A Week As He Offers To Take Questions After Covid Roundtable Discussion (Video)

So far, President Biden has not been nearly as loquacious as former president Donald Trump. Biden’s Twitter feed is pretty dull and his encounters with the media have been carefully controlled — a question here and there, a CNN-hosted town hall and no full-length presidential news conference yet.

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Biden has not held a full-length news conference even though he has been president for 44 days, beating the previous laggard, President George W. Bush, who waited 33 days. (President Barack Obama held his first news conference on his 20th day and Trump on his 27th. Presidents Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan all waited less than 10 days before encountering a lengthy grilling from the White House press corps.)

On Wednesday, Biden participated in the House Democratic virtual retreat via video conference. He made some remarks about his coronavirus relief bill and turned the session back to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.). “I’m happy to take questions if that’s what you — I’m supposed to do, Nance,” Biden said. “Whatever you want me to do.”

The White House and House feeds then both ended.

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See the video below:

What is going on here? Who is really running the show?

The American people deserve to know.


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