KJP Continues To Dodges Simple Question About Biden's Health, But This Newsmax Reporter May Be On To Something...

By Victor Smiroff | Thursday, 20 June 2024 05:15 AM
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The ongoing controversy surrounding recent video footage of President Joe Biden, which has been dismissed by the Biden administration as "cheap fakes," continues to fuel heated discussions.

The left-leaning factions and mainstream media have been actively involved in an attempt to refute the compelling evidence that contradicts their stance.

According to RedState, the spearhead of this denial campaign is White House press secretary Karine Jeanne-Pierre. During a press briefing on Monday, Jeanne-Pierre made an unsubstantiated claim, stating, "They are 'cheap fakes' video, they are done in bad faith, and some of your news organization have been very clear, have stressed that these right-wing critics of the president have a credibility problem." This statement, riddled with grammatical errors, was directed at the press corps, some of whom had raised questions about the videos.

Jeanne-Pierre further accused the press corps of propagating these "cheap fakes" and misinformation, a claim that has sparked considerable debate. However, an overlooked incident during the briefing, highlighted by Newsmax reporter James Rosen, has added another layer to this controversy.

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Rosen, who had questioned the authenticity of recent clips featuring Biden, including the Obama video clip and the G7 clip, engaged in a heated exchange with Jeanne-Pierre. Throughout their conversation, Jeanne-Pierre consistently dismissed any concerns regarding Biden's appearance and behavior in the disputed videos. However, Rosen posed a question to her on three separate occasions, asking if Biden was "fine."

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Each time, Jeanne-Pierre evaded the question, failing to provide a direct response. This avoidance has raised eyebrows and intensified the debate over the videos and the administration's response to them. The refusal to address the question head-on has fueled speculation and further questions about the President's wellbeing.

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The ongoing controversy over these videos and the White House's response underscores the importance of transparency and accountability in public office. The administration's dismissal of the videos as "cheap fakes" and its refusal to directly address concerns about the president's wellbeing have only served to intensify the debate. As the controversy continues to unfold, the need for clear, direct answers becomes increasingly apparent.

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