“It was planned.” At least that’s the story White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters about President Joe Biden’s latest ‘aimlessly wandering of the stage’ act.
The White House has just displayed evidence that we are back in the times of blaming covid. After President Biden quite rudely walked off and exited the room through the crowd at a Medal of Honor ceremony, it was the liberals’ loved and adored ‘covid’s fault’ to the rescue.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters not only that Biden’s clueless exit “was planned” but also that he did so in an attempt to avoid contact with attendees…wait for it…after potentially being exposed to COVID-19.
It’s not hard to see her remarks are complete nonsense.
Biden wandered out of the Medal of Honor ceremony in an effort to avoid contact with attendees after potentially being exposed to COVID-19, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Wednesday.
"It was planned"
— Reagan Reese (@reaganreese_) September 6, 2023
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