We’ll take that as a “Yes”
Joe Biden’s basement and highly-controlled press interviews have had slip-ups that certainly make it appear that Biden is reading from a teleprompter for the answers.
Here are are some examples:
Joe Biden motions to staff to change the teleprompter:
"And uh, in addition to that, uh, in addition to that, we have to, uh, make sure that we uh, we are in a position that we are, well, let me, let me go to the second thing. I've spoke enough on that." pic.twitter.com/2PoLxZnlaI
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) September 2, 2020
Biden just pulled another Ron Burgundy moment by reading the words “end of quote” out loud from the teleprompter
— Courtney Holland ?? (@hollandcourtney) September 4, 2020
"Move it up here"
I think Joe is having a little trouble reading the teleprompter pic.twitter.com/Tk8f8CFqSX
— Jake Schneider (@jacobkschneider) September 7, 2020
So, does Joe read not only prearranged statements (we know he can do that) from the teleprompter, but also his answers to questions and his dialogue with people?
Bret Baier interviewed TJ Ducklo, Biden’s National Press Secretary. Before we get to substance, Ducklo comes across as a caricature of a smug political operative, the type of guy who is why Trump was elected in the first place.
Ducklo refused to answer a straighforward question about whether Biden ever has used a teleprompter during an interview. He ducked and changed the subject, and pretty much came across as the smug punk he apparently is.
Everyone has a Ducklo. The guy who makes everything at the office political. You really wanna see that guys smiling face morning after the election?
One reason I’m voting is to make sure we don’t have 4 years of sanctimonious libs condescending from their faux moral superiority
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) September 10, 2020
So I guess that answer is Yes.
Just to get you even more furious, here’s Ducklo refusing to say what Biden would have done differently with regard to the pandemic, and whether Biden supported the China travel ban.DONATE
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