Joe Biden spent most of his Presidential campaign hiding in a basement, appearing occasionally to give a brief speech and take a few questions from reporters.
But now that he is claiming to be the President-elect, he’s no longer hiding in his basement.
And Joe Biden just delivered a speech on the economy to reporters. But you won’t believe what happened during the Q&A that followed.
Following his address on the economy, Joe Biden agreed to a brief round of Q&A with the gaggle of liberal reporters who like to follow him around like a bunch of groupies.
The first “question” came from NBC’s Geoff Bennett, who started off by asking Joe Biden why Donald Trump was such a horrible and terrible person.
“What do you see as the biggest threat to your transition right now, given President Trump’s unprecedented attempt to obstruct and delay a smooth transfer of power?” Bennett asked Joe Biden – setting off a flurry of follow-up softball questions from reporter after reporter.
No matter what they asked Biden, each question revolved around the central theme of attacking President Trump and the Republican Party.
In fact, the softball questions were so bad, that it led to former Bush Administration Press Secretary, Ari Fleischer, taking to Twitter to blast the liberal press for not asking Biden one single question about the violent Antifa thugs who attacked and assaulted Trump supporters at the “MAGA Million March” this past weekend in Washington, D.C.
Biden took about 12 questions from reporters today. Not one was about the violence against Trump supporters in the streets of DC. No one asked him to condemn it. If Biden supporters were attacked, the only questions to Trump would be about violence, demanding that he condemn it.
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) November 16, 2020
Of course, as Ari Fleischer also pointed out, if the situation were reversed, the “only questions to Trump would be about violence, demanding that he condemn it” – just like the Fake News Media did numerous times during the Presidential campaign with Donald Trump about the little-known group called the “Proud Boys.”