Joe Biden has again made it clear that he is not the person in charge. On December 21, 2021, he told a media conference: “I am not supposed to be having this media conference right now.” Who told him not to? Nobody in the sycophantic liberal media seemed to believe it newsworthy to ask the president who was telling him what to do or not do, and so we don’t know.
Biden’s media conferences are scripted; on June 19 of last year, he said: “I will take your questions, and they gave a list of those I will call on.”
Through all this, the media won’t ask Biden who is calling the shots. That person could be Barack Obama, who said in 2020: “I used to say if I could have a stand-in and they had an earpiece and I was in my basement looking through the stuff and I could deliver the lines, I’d be fine with it.”
Anyway, what happened when Joe Biden was asked about Putin? He might have judged it was a lose-lose question: if he had said he had not underestimated him, the problem in Ukraine would be a rebuke to his statement, but had he said he had underestimated Vladimir Putin, he would be admitting he was wrong, which political calculation and pride will never allow. Or did his scripted notes not mention such a question, and so it was ignored?
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