G. McConway
September 29, 2022

Biden Calls Tampa Bay Mayor in Middle of Press Conference

Joe Biden was avoiding calling Governor DeSantis, but he found the time to make another phone call. 

In the middle of Tampa Bay Mayor Jane Castor's press conference, her phone rang.  

It was none other than Joe Biden.  

This was clearly a PR move by Biden to make the nation thinks he cares about the people of Florida.  

Slick Joe 

When I saw this headline, I have to admit, I was pretty outraged.  

While DeSantis worked closely with FEMA during this crisis, Joe Biden had not so much as picked up the phone.  

This was even confirmed earlier in the week by White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. 

As soon as DeSantis requested a state of emergency, his phone should have been ringing from Biden, personally asking him what he needed and what he could expedite. 

This is a Category 5 hurricane about to make landfall in an area of Florida that never sees this type of weather.  

Castor was giving her press conference when the call came in. 

She was telling her citizens, "Don't be out there on the roads driving around, there's going to be downed trees.

"But more importantly, there's going to be downed electric lines, and that is more dangerous after the storm than it is..." 

Before excusing herself from the room, she stated, "I think I got a call from the president." 

So, this was Joe clearly waiting until she was on TV to place the call.  

Castor returned to the podium after the call was finished and stated, "He just wanted to ensure that we had all the resources we needed, and clearly just wishing us the best." 

No, he wanted to make sure his phone call made the news and everyone gushed over him. 

Not here... we see you for what you really are, Joe... a complete and utter fraud.  

Source: Fox News 

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