SURPRISE! Questioner At Biden Town Hall Event Was A Former Obama Speech Writer (VIDEO)

ABC News did a town hall event for Joe Biden on Thursday night and it turns out there was a plant in the audience.

One of the questioners presented as an average voter was actually a former speech writer for the Obama administration.

This means the question, and the setup were staged. Biden’s answer probably was too.

One other questioner had party connections as well.

FOX News reports:

Biden’s ABC town hall questioners include former Obama speechwriter, wife of former Pennsylvania Dem candidate

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Two of the questioners at the ABC town hall featuring Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday had ties to high-profile Democrats, including one questioner who previously worked as a speechwriter in the Obama administration.

The queries came as President Trump, hundreds of miles away, was engaging in his own parallel town hall being aired on NBC. The ABC town hall was hosted by George Stephanopoulos, who was a communications director for the Bill Clinton White House and who has been a political journalist since 2002.

One of the questioners at the ABC-hosted event was Nathan Osburn, a former speechwriter for the Obama White House. Osburn specifically worked for the Office of Public Affairs at the Commerce Department under the Obama-Biden administration and at the Small Business Administration.

See the video below:

The questioner in this video is the wife of a high-profile Pennsylvania Democrat:

They couldn’t do the event with regular people. They had to give Biden easy questions from plants.

 

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