Well this is just absolutely pathetic.
Biden is proving that he’s about as capable as a toddler when it comes to speaking with the public.
He literally acts like a child who needs permission from his parents in order to talk with the press and the scary part is that that probably isn’t too far from the truth.
Clearly, those closest to Joe are keeping him under tight wraps and his latest admission to the press just proves yet again how powerless he is.
Watch the video:
Why on earth is the so-called “president” not allowed to answer questions on a virus?
Jen Psaki actually said that “it’s not recommended” for Biden to take impromptu questions from reporters.
What the heck?
Last week, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that Biden taking impromptu reporter questions is “not something we recommend.”
She said that Biden takes questions “nearly every day that he’s out in front of the press.”
“That is not something we recommend. In fact, a lot of times we say ‘don’t take questions,’” she continued. “But he’s going to do what he wants to do because he’s the president of the United States.”
But it’s not just the president whose words to the press are policed by his communications team. Politico reported this week that the White House frequently requires that interviews with administration officials take place on “background with quote approval.”
This is 100% bizarre.
The president is a leader, not some puppet who’s controlled by those around him…at least that’s how it supposed to be.
The American people elect a president to lead this country, not to be manipulated by the cronies around them.
This is just shameful.
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