After White House Blasts “Cheap Fakes” – Critics Expose Jaw-Dropping Biden Video Plot
By Mick Farthing|July 4, 2024
After White House Blasts “Cheap Fakes” – Critics Expose Jaw-Dropping Biden Video Plot

Before Biden’s terrible debate meltdown, the White House tried to spin a new narrative about his cognitive decline. Countless videos have emerged over the years showing Biden’s declining ability to function. Some of the more recent ones are very alarming.

White House press secretary has tried to pull the wool over our eyes, claiming these videos have been edited deceptively. She even pulled out a new, cringe-worthy term for them: “cheap fakes.”

Not your best, Karine. However, major media outlets proved that these videos were real and not deceptively edited. But while the White House was trying to gaslight us over real videos, it was secretly editing its videos of Biden all along.

From Daily Caller:
During the past two months, as White House Press Secretary Karine Kean-Pierre decried “cheap fakes” she alleged were edited to make Biden look bad, the president’s own Twitter account posted video clips with camera cuts occurring as often as every 3 seconds. His account has rarely tweeted long-form, uncut footage of him speaking or interrupting with voters — instead his team packages events into highly-edited, short-form montages…

Over the last two months, the president’s account has spliced together videos of him speaking directly to the camera, visiting businesses and talking with constituents.

A May 16 video features Biden speaking about marijuana for 45 seconds while the video cuts six times with various camera angles.

The Biden White House has tried to deflect from media videos that reveal Biden’s rapidly declining mental health. It has claimed these videos were altered, calling them “cheap fakes,” a corny and stupid phrase invented by Karine Jean-Pierre. Despite this, the White House has been outed for heavily editing videos it posts of Joe Biden.

The White House and Biden campaign have posted very short videos of Biden. The president usually speaks to the camera, reading off comments written for him by his staff. But even though these videos last only minutes (in some cases seconds), they continue numerous edits.

Many users point out these edits are necessary to hide possible fumbles from Biden while recording. Video experts have explained that it is unusual to have five or six cuts for a two-minute video. This only suggests they can’t get Biden to make sense for just two minutes. They have to cut around him losing his train of thought, slurring his words, or bumbling around.

So, while the White House is accusing us of deceptively editing Biden videos, it looks like they were doing it all along.

Key Takeaways:

  • The White House has accused media outlets of deceptively altering videos of Biden to make him look bad.
  • Karine Jean-Pierre called these videos “cheap fakes” to undermine concerns about Biden’s rapidly declining cognitive health.
  • Meanwhile, the White House and Biden campaign have posted heavily edited videos with numerous cuts to social media.
  • These cuts suggest that Biden staffers had to edit around many mistakes Joe made while recording.

Source: Daily Caller

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Mick Farthing
Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.
Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.