Joe Biden Constantly Making Mistakes Per White House

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Joe Biden often sees his staff “cleaning up” his mistakes. For example, in 2023, after the president made a racist comment about African American and Hispanic students, the White House communications staff tried to memory-hole the incident by changing the official transcript. 

The Daily Mail wrote at the time “the White House has altered the transcript of a speech Joe Biden delivered in Maryland to remove his suggestion that black people, Hispanics and veterans were unlikely to have high school diplomas. 

But during his speech he also made a major slip-up and implied that minorities and veterans were uneducated.

‘We’ve seen record lows in unemployment particularly — and I’ve focused on this my whole career — particularly for African Americans and Hispanic workers and veterans, you know, the workers without high school diplomas,’ he said.”

After the speech, the White House added “and” to the speech, making it read “particularly for African Americans and Hispanic workers and veterans, you know, and the workers without high school diplomas.” 

An analysis performed by The Daily Caller has revealed that this fixes” occur much more than first thought. The outlet has found at least 148 times since the beginning of 2024.

The White House releases an official transcript anytime the president gives a speech or takes questions. Communications staff frequently correct, add to or alter Biden’s official remarks in order to either bring them into compliance with official White House policy or, in some cases, reality, a Daily Caller analysis showed. In several cases, official statements had to be changed to convey the exact opposite of what Biden actually said.

Through 118 statements, speeches and chats with reporters spanning from Jan. 1 to April 24, the White House has officially updated its transcript with corrections to what the president said out loud at least 148 times.

Some of the modifications include corrections to names, dates and titles of organizations. Others change verbs and modify the meaning of the president’s statement entirely. Words that the president didn’t say, but should’ve, according to the White House staff, have also been added to the transcripts.

“It was then, through no — through my American Rescue Plan — which every American [Republican] voted against, I might add — we made the largest investment in public safety ever,” the White House transcript of Biden’s March State of the Union address read.

Earlier in the month, Biden appeared to imply that he is not in charge of White House decisions. 

After declaring Easter to be Transgender Day of Visibility, an angry president said he never did such a thing. 

New Conservative Post noted several times in which it appears that the president has not been the one pulling the levers of the federal government. 

“The current administration has been mostly run by more left-leaning staff from almost the beginning. In 2022, after the Washington Post noted that “Biden has faded,” this outlet pointed out the obvious: he may live there, but Joe Biden is not the one making decisions. 

Our doddering and sometimes confused president relies heavily on his staff to tell him what to say or even where to stand and when to sit in his chair. During discussions about his signature bill, Senator Joe Manchin mentioned that the White House is “staff-driven” rather than driven by the president.  

When combined with the mass exodus of his staff that has occurred over the past year, the Biden administration is now run by very online, very left young liberals.” 

That probably explains why the president has been silent about the rise in antisemitism on college campuses across the United States and his administration’s support for the “Green New Deal” after he campaigned against it. 

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