Biden’s Handlers Move in to Protect Biden, Kick Out Reporters From Biden-Harris Coronavirus Briefing


 

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris held a Coronavirus roundtable briefing on Thursday. It was a rocky road and if this is how it’s going to go in the future we are in good shape.

The setup of meeting was strange to say the least.

CNN was even annoyed that they were kicked out. No questions were entertained. You can’t get better than this for a starter.

You can run, but cannot hide forever.

 

 

Biden’s Mensa moment. What’s the science Joe? Three months? Based on what? Man, Joe, it’s inside that is the problem.

 

 

And it only ends on a happy note for all:

CNN noticed: “We keep pressing the Biden campaign. There needs to be more questions from reporters.”

 

 

All is well in the swamp.

31 Responses to “Biden’s Handlers Move in to Protect Biden, Kick Out Reporters From Biden-Harris Coronavirus Briefing”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    They are trying their best to hide him and so far they have done a pretty good job. At some point he has to be asked questions, I am glad to see even CNN is admitting that but will they keep up the pressure or will they continue to cover for him?

    Liked by 1 person

  2. geeez2014 Says:

    Ya, the CNN which doesn’t cover 90% of Trump’s pressers (usually not until he takes questions :-)) but covers when Biden says we have to wear masks…………..
    Guess what, CNN. YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

    CNN hasn’t covered any protests………..AND it isn’t discussing the FBI lawyer who’s turning State’s evidence..>SURPRISE 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Always On Watch Says:

    “It’s not about your rights. It’s about your responsibility.”

    How I wish that our Founders had never included the general welfare clause in our Constitution!

    Liked by 5 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      Interesting point AOW… yea, rights are to be set aside for the good of all…. yet to be determined by those in power.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mustang Says:

      There is a federal role in this Covid novella, but it’s a minor one. This is a problem for state health agencies. Biden wants to de-federalize the Republic; what he is really doing is proving the wisdom of our founding fathers and I’m betting the dumb shit doesn’t even know it.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Truthfully the dumb shit as you say, has no clue as to what he said or the meaning there of… I am very surprised at this roll out….and his statements. If this is as good as it gets its going to be an easy roll… of course if the votes can be counting for weeks after the election all bets are off. It has been amatur hour so far.

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      • peter3nj Says:

        An old demented answerable to no one corrupt political hack with his hand out like Lunch Pail Joe would be in the dark regarding the following. Once his handlers dissect whatever the hell he said neither the media, electronic or otherwise, social media nor the electorate will have any trouble at all accepting whatever explanation he and Kamaltoe give for reversing whatever the hell they say at any given point in time.

        #1 Dual Federalism is the idea that the union and the state share power but the Federal Government holds more than the individual states. This is currently how the U.S. system works.

        #2 Cooperative Federalism is the idea that the federal government and the state government share power equally. It has never been attempted but it seems unlikely that it would work as the state governments and the federal government would be locked in a stalemate unable to reach compromises over important legislation.

        #3 Fiscal Federalism is the type of Federalism in which the money bag controls everything. This gives Congress massive amounts of power as it is responsible for the American treasury. It can therefore limit the budget of any other political department it does not believe is working towards the best interest of America. There have been several instances in our history however of times when Congress has given full power of the treasury to the President. One example of this would be the Tonkin Gulf Resolution in 1964 which gave President Johnson the ability to, “expressing the unity and determination of the United States in supporting freedom and in protecting peace in southeast Asia”. Which as anyone can see leaves a wide space open for interpretation. It was essentially a “blank check”.

        Author unknown.

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      • Mustang Says:

        My two cents is that cooperative federalism worked great when US senators were selected by state legislatures; I see no value to selecting senators on the basis of a popular vote. None. And that was a GOP initiative, which proves that idiots live and thrive in both parties.

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    • Bill Heffner Says:

      That phrase would be fine if courts had not transmogrified it into “individual welfare.” The central role of government is, in fact, to promote the GENERAL welfare of the people, national defense for instance, but in changing that to the INDIVIDUAL welfare as we have it has become inimical to the general welfare.

      As an example, serving in the militaryt is no longer about national defense and the needs of the nation, it is about the individual’s “right to serve” in the military. Think for a moment about the inanity of the oxymoron phrase, “right to serve.”

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    • Steve Dennis Says:

      Always on Watch, I have said the same thing about the general welfare clause! If they had only known the way the left would twist it they would never had included it!

      Liked by 1 person

  4. hocuspocus13 Says:

    I guess…

    CNN got trumped by Biden/Harris

    or is it Harris/Biden 🤔

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Linda Says:

    That sure was weird. I couldn’t even watch the whole thing yesterday…and then they both were talking about mandating masks. I had had enough. it’s going to be long ride until Nov.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. peter3nj Says:

    …and when I would come out of the Motel 6 pool Wiiie (Brown) would reach down inside and make the black hairs stand up. Where lunch bucket Joe and I differ is I don’t like no damn kids jumping on my lap.

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  7. markone1blog Says:

    You would think that, if they are going to hold a round table, that they could scrounge up one round table instead of two rectangular tables — just for the optics. I thought that Democrats were masters of the optic (starting with JFK’s cleaner presentation during his debate with Nixon — where Nixon won the day when people listened on radio).

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