(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – Joe Biden recently held a chit-chat with bankers and other business leaders over failure to increase the debt ceiling at the false looking White House stage that was set up for him when he allegedly took the coronavirus vaccine booster shot.
According to the folks over at Infowars, Biden held conversations with Treasure Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday at the South Court Auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building where he supposedly received his booster shot on live TV last week.
However, this time, it seems the fake White House stage was expanded a bit.
Gotta make it look authentic, right? Biden’s going Hollywood.
When you’re running the country from a movie set, but don’t hire people with enough production talent to make the propaganda believable. pic.twitter.com/NNmdEWouGI
— Aldous Huxley’s Ghost (@AF632) October 6, 2021
Why does Joe Biden feel the need to use a Fake White House set across the street from the actual White House? pic.twitter.com/5p7TLwoPmw
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 6, 2021
Why is Joe Biden in a fake Oval Office?
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) October 6, 2021
Truman Show Presidency https://t.co/n6NoN53KWO
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 6, 2021
Biden is using a fake backdrop again pic.twitter.com/Ma0xZZk1o4
— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) October 6, 2021
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) October 6, 2021
Why did the White House build a literal game show set complete with fake windows for Joe Biden??? So weird. pic.twitter.com/9Ud42AbEqQ
— Abigail Marone (@abigailmarone) October 6, 2021
POST YOUR MEMES!
Joe Biden fake White House template thread! pic.twitter.com/YBMexluhtT
— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) October 6, 2021
It’s currently not clear why the Biden administration thinks it is somehow easier to construct a fake looking White House set across the street from the actual residence than it is to just broadcast events right from the actual building.
And speaking of Joe Biden taking the booster shot, according to BizPacReview, mega popular podcaster Joe Rogan recently implied that Biden might not be fully telling the truth about what it means to actually be fully vaccinated.
On a recent episode of Rogan’s super popular podcast, the Joe Rogan Experience, the host cast a bit of doubt on whether Biden might have actually received the COVID booster shot on live television last week.
“I think if they were gonna give him a booster shot, the last thing they would do is give it to him live on television,” Rogan went on to speculate.
“What if he dies? What if he blacks out? What if he, like, gets it and faints? Like, because people have had very bad reactions like in the moment for whatever reason,” he said, going on to discuss a wide range of immediate responses that could have happened directly after taking the third dose.
“Unless Kamala Harris talked him into it. She’s like, ‘go ahead, take it. Give him a double!,’” the UFC analyst joked.
Rogan’s guest on the program, Mike Baker, a man who formerly worked as a CIA officer, seemingly agreed with the thought, describing the event as “performance art.”
The COVID-19 booster shots will provide even more protection from COVID-19 for those who are at greater risk. That’s why today, I got my booster — and encourage everyone who’s eligible to do so as well. pic.twitter.com/XO4l3XxgLG
— President Biden (@POTUS) September 27, 2021
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 27, 2021
— Wilde Hilde (@2Q2QJFK) September 28, 2021
Joe Rogan Has Questions About Biden’s Booster… pic.twitter.com/oB9nAio4A9
— Covid-1984 (@NeverSleever) October 1, 2021
Is this a joke? Do they seriously believe that clown puppet took a real booster?? Much less the vaccine to begin with? All theatre of the absurd!!
— Angela Currin (@AngelSCU) October 1, 2021
The distrust of the govt is at an all-time high and for good reason.
— BoxingSharp (@BoxingSharp) October 3, 2021
For the first time in his presidency, Joe Biden faces a trust deficit among Americans when it comes to COVID-19, according to the latest Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index. https://t.co/n5tBtpH7Ef
— Axios (@axios) September 28, 2021
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