June 28, 2024

Jill Biden Insider Blasts Control of Joe Biden to New York Times

A new report that came out before the debate may be something one of the contributors wants to take back at this point.

Michael LaRosa, who served as First Lady Jill Biden's press secretary, expressed his frustration with Joe Biden’s campaign strategy.

In a nutshell, LaRosa blasted them for being so controlling of the campaign and how Biden is presented to the American people.

Too Stifled

LaRosa told the Times, "Everything looks and feels so choreographed, scripted, and controlled that it doesn’t afford him the opportunities to show off his strengths — humor, empathy, and compassion.

"Relatability is his superpower, but you can only relate to someone when their humanity is exposed. That means flaws, mistakes, and everything else that comes with imperfection.”

If LaRosa watched the debate on Thursday night, he now knows why they have been so protective of Biden.

Biden spent a full week hiding at Camp David to prepare for this 90-minute debate, and his battery started to wear down just minutes into it.

They had not even hit the 20-minute mark when bumbling Joe surfaced.

CNN used a split screen to show the opponent when the other was talking, and when Trump was speaking, Biden just had a blank stare, often looking nowhere in particular or straight down at his own podium.

Biden has often encouraged people to watch him and judge him based on what they see, but last night, they saw a feeble old man being helped off the stage by his wife.

It is now painfully clear that all those advisers and media personalities who have called Biden as sharp as ever were not actually speaking about Biden, but instead offering Democrat talking points to help the struggling president.

Biden is cooked, and the entire country realized that last night.

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