There are times when the Biden administration does things that make absolutely no sense. It’s more common than anyone wants to admit. But then there are times when they pull stunts that are so mind-boggling, we have to wonder if Joe Biden himself is even in his own driver’s seat.
The latest oddity from the White House came in the form of a promotional video for the infrastructure plan that included Biden driving a new election Ford F-150 pickup truck. Except, he wasn’t driving. He was pretend-driving. The video clearly shows a second steering wheel with another driver, possible a Secret Service agent, who is doing the actual steering for the video.
We’re not talking about stunt driving or high-speed NASCAR racing. This is a promotional video in which Biden simply has to allow the truck to be seen with him behind the wheel for a few seconds. Why does he need someone else actually controlling the vehicle? None of this makes any sense.
As The Gateway Pundit reported:
78-year-old Joe Biden traveled to Dearborn, Michigan on Tuesday to visit the Ford Rouge Electric Vehicle Center. Biden promoted his highly unpopular $2 trillion infrastructure bill that has nothing to do with infrastructure that includes $174 billion to develop electric vehicles. At one point Joe Biden repeated the lie that his “great grandpop” was a coal miner.
Biden also tripped over his tongue and jumbled his words. Following his speech, the declining septuagenarian was put in an electric vehicle where he pretended to be driving. This was all a show by his handlers to make Joe Biden look like he’s in charge. The model Joe Biden was “driving” has two steering wheels. Notice at the end that Joe Biden is turning the wheel to the right but the car is not turning. It was all a stunt.
Imagine if President Trump was caught pretending to drive a car but actually needing assistance from someone who wasn’t cognitively hampered. It would be huge news. But for Biden, it’s crickets from the fawning press.
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