It’s obvious to all that almost everything involving Joe Biden is scripted, thus fake.
It doesn’t hurt to have help from a friendly media.
Questions President Biden was asked during CNN’s town hall Thursday night were posed by mostly Democrats — only giving two Republicans the opportunity to quiz the president on the various crises his administration is facing. Earlier this week, CNN announced the town hall would be an “invitation-only audience,” mirroring another forum the outlet hosted in July in Ohio.
Almost every question was read to Biden and they sounded more like focus group, activist-approved verbiage than inquiries from concerned citizens.
CNN did not reveal who would be invited or how they were selected, but following the July event, the Enquirer, a Cincinnati-based publication, discovered the media company reached out to various organizations such as labor unions, colleges and business organizations “who sent messages asking people to apply.”
CNN didn’t respond to questions about how people were chosen. Fewer than 500 people were there, audience members told The Enquirer. They all submitted three potential questions to ask the president ahead of time to CNN.
— New York Post, 10/22/21
If a tree falls in the woods and no one’s there to hear it, did it make a sound?
The same could be said about the Biden White House’s attempt to find any kind of messaging to drown out #LetsGoBrandon.
If the White House had hoped that millions of Americans would eagerly tune in to hear details about Biden’s legislative priorities, those hopes were crushed when the ratings came out showing that only 1.2 million viewers tuned in during the 8-9:30 ET time slot and drew a measly 271,000 viewers in the 25 to 54 demographic that is most desirable to advertisers.
— BizPacReview, 10/23/21
The propaganda wing will forge on because government still gets paid when they fail.