The media had helped President Joe Biden for a long time, and well before he got elected. In Biden’s interviews with reporters over zoom, because he wouldn’t leave his home, it was clear that the media was altering the interview to make it appear that Biden was more intelligent and sharper than he is.
Now, ABC News is editing out the crazy comments Biden made during an interview with George Stephanopoulos.
Biden says at one point, “I think there was no consensus. If you go back to the intelligence assessments, they thought it was more likely to happen before the end of the year.” ABC News chopped out Biden, stating, “The concept that the tal- and then it carries on, even as late as August. I believe the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and others will speak about this later today.”
So why take it out? Clearly, it shows how much Biden’s cognitive decline has progressed.
An honest question was even left out. Stephanopoulos asked, “But you know that Senator McConnell, others say this was not only predictable but it was also predicted, including by him, based on intelligence briefings he was getting.”
Biden responded, “What did he say was predicted?
Then, another question was skipped. The question involved Biden’s son and confusion on his position in the military and where he served.
“I think a lot of Americans, and even a lot of soldiers who were in Afghanistan, agree with you on the larger, strategic picture,” Stephanopoulos said. They assumed we had no choice but to flee. But I’m curious how you would react to an Army Special Forces officer, Javier McKay. He’s been on seven tours, been shot twice, and agrees with you. “We have to cut our losses in Afghanistan. I wish we could have departed with honor,” he argues.
“Look, that’s like asking my departed son Beau, who spent six months in Kosovo and a year in Iraq as a Navy captain and then major. I mean, as an Army major,” Biden responded. And, you know, I’m sure he had misgivings about leaving Afghanistan and Iraq.
He was dissatisfied with the way things were going. But, what is the alternative? The alternative is to ask why we are still in Afghanistan. What is the purpose of our presence? Don’t you suppose the person you know who is most disappointed that we are leaving is the one who is most disappointed that we are going? Russia and China are both involved. They would instead continue to have to.”
It’s baffling that they allow this man to run the country. It’s no wonder he takes pre-screened questions at press conferences. No idea what he’s even talking about, and he has no strategy to withdraw from Afghanistan. It is a massive insult to every veteran who has served this wonderful country and fought for the liberties we cherish.