Tuesday, September 26, 2023

White House Spinning NATO Fables, Cocaine Lies to Cover for Biden

'She lied... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) President Joe Biden’s gaffe-filled and sleepy-eyed embarrassments during an overseas trip and this week’s NATO leadership summit forced the White House into peddling more distorted misinformation to protect their embattled boss.

And when the president’s comms team wasn’t obfuscating, it was caught in an outright lie.

After an embarrassing series of mishaps during a stop at Windsor Castle, Biden begged off the NATO summit’s opening dinner, a snub that White House handlers blamed on the president’s strenuous schedule.

Biden, they claimed, “has four full days of official business and is preparing for a big speech tomorrow in addition to another day at the summit.”

After Secretary of State Antony Blinken pinched-hit at the dinner, Biden’s White House was taken to task for gaslighting the public on Biden’s allegedly rigorous schedule. 

“So Biden needs to sleep instead of attend a dinner with NATO leaders. This is not comforting,” tweeted Steve Guest, former comms chief for Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.

“FOUR entire days of work?? In a row?? Who could imagine the President of the US working four full days in a row? He definitely deserves to sleep,” cracked Abigail Marone, communications chief for Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo.

The White House’s fabulist cover for Biden overseas was preceded by its outright lie, part and parcel of its ongoing spin surrounding the West Wing cocaine caper, from insurrectionist press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.

While explaining that is was “incredibly irresponsible” to ask if the cocaine had any link to Biden or his family, notably crack-addict first son Hunter Biden, Jean-Pierre reiterated her claim that the Biden family wasn’t even at the White House in the days preceding the cocaine’s discovery.

The White House continued to deflect questions this week about the cocaine scandal, while the Secret Service is reportedly slated Thursday to brief the House Oversight Committee on the matter.

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