By Duncan Smith
“The Biden Show” has launched, ladies and gentlemen.
What’s it about, you ask?
Well, it’s a comedy-drama set in modern-day Washington, D.C., featuring a president whose mind is nearly gone and an administration that, behind the scenes, is carefully orchestrating a different reality.
All while claiming to be “transparent.”
See how funny that is? Only it’s serious too, because this administration and this president are in charge of the most powerful country on the planet.
In the series, anyway.
We’re not two weeks into the Biden regime and already his White House is trying to script its responses to pressing issues.
And why? Again, remember the show’s intent: To create an alternate reality so that it can hide the negative effects its policies are going to have on the country.
Biden staffers have prescreened reporters ahead of Jen Psaki's briefings to see what they plan to ask the White House press secretary, according to a report from the left-wing Daily Beast.
The outlet cited 'three sources with knowledge of the matter' and 'written communications' that revealed that the Biden administration has 'already on occasion probed reporters to see what questions they plan on asking new White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki when called upon during briefings' less than two weeks into the new administration.
The report suggests that Psaki would have some idea of what reporters plan to ask prior to formally presenting their questions. Despite that, her 'circle back' answers on tough questions have become a staple of her press briefings. It remains unclear which, if any, reporters cooperated with the administration's inquiries. Leaders of the White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) have reportedly urged reporters not to accommodate the administration in that capacity.
“One reporter raised the issue during an informal White House Correspondents Association Zoom call last Friday. According to multiple sources, leaders at the meeting advised print reporters to push back against requests by the White House press team to learn of questions in advance, or simply to not respond to the Biden team's inquiries,” The Daily Beast reported.
Well, that’s something, at least. Maybe the ‘mainstream media,’ stung by the latest polling data indicating Americans trust North Korea more than they trust reporters, will try to regain some of its self-destroyed credibility post-Donald Trump.
We’re not holding our breath.
But the larger issue, of course, is the Democratic Party and its inability to be honest with Americans, as demonstrated in each episode of The Biden Show.
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