White House Live Feed Cuts Off When Puppet Biden Offers To Answer Questions (VIDEO)

Joe Biden did a virtual presentation on Wednesday and the White House live feed cut him off after he offered to answer questions.

This just lends credence to the idea that his handlers don’t want him to talk off script.

It’s already March and Biden hasn’t given a State of the Union address. This suggests that he is simply not able to do so and the people behind the curtain know it.

The Daily Mail reports:

Joe Biden’s livefeed is CUT OFF at the end of virtual meeting of House Democrats after he says he’s ‘happy to take questions’ – as he faces mounting pressure to hold his first full press conference after 43 days in office

Joe Biden was set to take questions from Democrat members of the House on Wednesday, when the White House inexplicably cut the feed of the live event.

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Biden, 78, is yet to hold a formal press conference since taking office six weeks ago, on January 20.

He has answered questions from reporters, but in a limited fashion – frustrating his critics who are demanding that he be more forthcoming.

On Wednesday, he participated in a gathering of House Democrats, held virtually due to the pandemic…

‘I’m happy to take questions, if that’s what I’m supposed to do, Nance,’ he says.

‘Whatever you want me to do.’

The feed then cuts off.

Biden is facing mounting calls to hold a full press conference.

Here’s the video:

“what I’m supposed to do”

This man is not in charge.

This would be funny if it wasn’t scary.

 

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