White House Falsifies Official Transcript to Protect America’s Senile President

Red State

I remember the first time I watched “Anchorman,” the 2004 hit comedy starring Will Ferrell. It was an instant classic, and one of the most quotable movies of all time. Countless memes were birthed from his hilarious scenes, including the idea of someone being so vapid and disconnected that they’ll read anything their teleprompter says.

If you want a quick laugh, here’s Ron Burgundy, Ferrell’s character, demonstrating.

Little did anyone know that we’d end up with a real-life Ron Burgundy in the White House nearly two decades later. Joe Biden has had numerous fights with his comically oversized teleprompter (see herehere, and here), and on Friday, he channeled Burgundy by repeating the instructions “end of quote” and “repeat the line” while squinting to see the oversized font in front of him (Biden can’t use a regular teleprompter, so he uses an enormous television instead).

Once the clip started to go viral, Biden’s assistant press secretary jumped in to claim that he actually said “let me repeat that line.” As you can see from the video, that’s just an outright lie, and it led to a legendary ratio.

There’s just no question that Biden read instructions off his teleprompter that he wasn’t supposed to read, something you’d expect of a geriatric, senile old man, which the president clearly is. Yet, incredibly, the White House decided to falsify the transcript, asserting that he said “let me repeat the line,” which was the original lie told by the assistant press secretary, and a claim that was easily debunked by simply…watching the video.

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