G. McConway
August 10, 2023

Did Jill Biden Just Get Taller?

When Jill and Joe Biden stepped off Marine One after their nearly two-week vacation, the liberal media raged about how great Jill looked.

There were also some comments that Jill was suddenly much closer to Joe Biden in height.

Well, that would be because Jill Biden was wearing massive wedge sandals, the same type of footwear that the media used to torch Melania Trump over.

All the Rage

Somehow, the fact that Jill Biden had on wedge sandals became newsworthy.

One publication wrote, "Dr. Biden kept the summery style of her ensemble going with her footwear.

"She wore white wedge sandals with two thick straps across the top of the foot, as well as an ankle strap for extra support. One of the straps featured silver chain detailing across the top.

"The sandals also reached new heights thanks to a chunky platform base, which added at least an extra inch to the overall height."

So, yeah, no mention of how Devon Archer rocked the Democrat Party by revealing that Joe was on several calls, about 20 in all, with Hunter Biden and various business partners.

Nothing in there about how roughly $20 million from foreign oligarchs wound up in accounts controlled by various Biden family members.

The disparity in how Democrats are treated in the media and how Republicans are treated still gets under my skin.

I know it will never change, but shoes… seriously?

This is par for the course, however, as multiple publications just put out profiles on Jill that literally gushed over how wonderful every aspect of Jill is. This is because Jill has been taking on a much larger role this election season, with Joe Biden's batteries about out of juice and nowhere to plug him back in.

Dig in, my friends, because these disgusting reports on her will continue right through the election to try to make her more appealing to voters.

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