Joe Biden was in Idaho to discuss the wildfires this week.
Joe being Joe, he started to ramble on and start to make some really bizarre statements, at least one of which has already been debunked.
So, before Joe could embarrass himself anymore, the White House cut the feed and killed the broadcast.
During the briefing, Joe went off on a tangent about a job offer he allegedly received when he was thinking about moving to Idaho.
The fact-checkers immediately went to work and found that the company Joe claimed to have interviewed with and received an offer from had no such records.
Joe was clearly starting to go off the cuff at that point, so his handlers apparently saw all they could take.
We have seen in the past that after about 30-45 minutes, Joe has hit his wall, and he appeared to hit it again.
Right before the feed was cut, Joe Biden was trying to ask George Geissler of the National Association of State Foresters a question.
As soon as Joe started to speak, the feed went dark…
BIDEN: “Can I ask you a question?”
*White House feed cuts out” pic.twitter.com/YQ9I9u3r98
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 13, 2021
This is far from the first time his communications team has done this.
They cut the feed when Biden was answering a question about Afghanistan, and they have chased reporters out of the room many times during Biden briefings.
This comes from the same team that says Joe Biden is always “happy to take questions.”
That may actually be true, but his handlers are not happy for anyone to hear his answers.
Keep in mind, this latest blackout happened only days after a Politico report revealed that his team will often turn off their TVs or hit the mute button rather than list to Biden screw up “the West Wing’s carefully orchestrated messaging.”
Fox News Contributor Joe Concha chimed in on this…
But I guess we are all still to believe that Joe is the one calling the shots, right?
Source: Fox News