What do you think of Joe Biden’s press conference?

I didn’t watch it, but I did watch this review by Tucker Carlson:

Of course, we all know now that the White House requested that questions be submitted in advance,

and that Joe Biden had a cheat sheet showing the questions and the pictures and names of the “journalists” asking the questions:

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14 Responses to What do you think of Joe Biden’s press conference?

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    I think the White House did a pretty good job trying to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. Unfortunately, we all were aware of what they needed to do, so we were ALL looking for it. LOL

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  2. Lucille says:

    Unelected Aides Are Directing the President Instead Of the Other Way Around
    March 26, 2021 – Dinesh D’Souza

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Menagerie says:

    The clips I’ve watched really show Biden’s dementia in no uncertain terms. I think the media is, as always, denying truth in their assessments.

    I can’t find the will to force myself to watch it, not just because he infuriates me. It is also because the media won’t call him on his lies, they are complicit and deceptive. No one holds any of them, the press, President, Congress, accountable. I’m not seeing the point in watching. And of course, that is probably wrong.

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    • stella says:

      While I openly admit that I didn’t watch it, I feel a bit guilty. Like you, I’ve watched clips and I don’t feel confident in this President or this administration.

      Liked by 3 people

    • texan59 says:

      IMO, the bad thing about all of this is that pretty soon there are likely to be real consequences, like in Taiwan, and I have no doubt that foreign spies are running rampant in this Country right now. People will die because of this farce.

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  4. stella says:

    Perhaps those who predicted a four-year hiatus in media fact checks on the White House should take heart in this game effort from the Washington Post. After yesterday’s press conference, their fact-check team dissected Joe Biden’s statements and found that he “made a number of incorrect statements or made claims that lacked important context.” Not only did they refute several of them, they included most of those rebuttals in this video posted last night.


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  5. Sharon says:

    I tried to watch it because I wanted to have first-hand perspective. I ended up watching 10 minutes here, 10 minutes there. Unbearable to do the whole thing.

    Aside from the specific things that were easy to identify about “everything that’s wrong” in our national house, the most disturbing understanding is that we are not imagining things to be worse than they actually are.

    A bunch of unelected people are running the nation right now….by intentional design…..and by using a demented old man who had to have his turn at the top, come hell or high water.

    A devastating presentation of “what is so”.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      One wonders what kind of hate it takes to put this poor old demented man through this, and placing the blame for the complete “transformation of our country” squarely on his shoulders.
      A real life look at the consequences of selling your soul to Satan.

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  6. jeans2nd says:

    What do I think of Joe Biden’s press conference?
    Honestly, I really try not to.


  7. Lucille says:

    Biden Loses in Chinese (Fact) Checkers
    March 26, 2021 – Family Research Council

    Of all the fiction in Joe Biden’s press conference Thursday (and there was a lot), one of the most ridiculous allegations was about the Trump administration supposed indifference toward China’s Uyghurs. With as many connections to China as he has, the president ought to know that Donald Trump, along with Mike Pompeo and the leaders of the State Department, not only helped the Uyghurs, but led a global coalition to crack down on China’s abuse of the population.


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