October 22, 2023

White House Claims Biden Didn't Hear Question He Answered

They remove evidence, they lie, they change the facts, they label any opposition as fake news.

These are just a few of the tricks liberals use.

Imagine what life must be like trying to navigate it without common sense or ever looking at the facts.

That is what liberals continue to try to do in America, and the rest of us are getting pretty tired of it.

Take this latest example, for instance:

Joe Biden was recently asked a very straightforward question about whether or not Israel should delay its attack on Hamas until more hostages could be freed.

Biden quite obviously heard the question and responded by saying "yes."

There was zero room for dispute about what happened.

The story can't even be twisted, because there was nothing to twist.

Biden was asked a question, and he answered it.

It would take people as audacious as America's liberals to claim that isn't what happened.

But that's exactly what White House Communication Director Ben LaBolt later did.

He claimed Biden didn't hear the question, saying:

The president was far away. He didn’t hear the full question. The question sounded like ‘Would you like to see more hostages released?’ He wasn’t commenting on anything else.

The White House claimed that Biden was only saying that he wanted more hostages out of the area, not that he thought any invasion should be delayed.

I'm sorry Joe, but if you can't hear simple questions that are being asked right in front of your face only a few feet away, then it's time for you to step down.

We should give senior citizens the benefit of the doubt when it is appropriate, but this is not one of those situations.

Biden's age is not an acceptable excuse, because we can't afford any excuses right now.

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