Joe Biden’s Speech Was Given On Fake Set, Prerecorded, Evidence Shows

( On Monday, the White House released a video address of President Joe Biden marking the Martin Luther King holiday from his pretend White House stage set in the Executive Office Building.

The message, however, was pre-recorded. Joe Biden wasn’t even in Washington on Martin Luther King Day. Instead, he was at his home in Wilmington, Delaware.

As an aside, did you know that Joe Biden spent 28 percent of his first year as President hiding in Delaware?

Yeah. More than a quarter of his first year in office old Joe was dividing his time between his Wilmington home and his Delaware beach house.

In his pre-recorded video, Biden exploited Martin Luther King’s name to continue his demagoguery over the January 6 “insurrection” and the Republicans’ so-called “attacks” on “our democracy.”

He claimed that jamming through an unconstitutional election power-grab was continuing the work of Martin Luther King.

Since his address was pre-recorded, there were no reporters on hand to shout questions at the president’s back while he scampered away like the coward he is.

But it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Biden’s Martin Luther King Day message was pre-recorded. Allowing him to speak live is fraught with danger.

Case in point, on Wednesday, the president held his first press conference in ages. And Americans once again had the opportunity to see how Joe Biden does when he speaks live and off the cuff.

Let’s just say, it didn’t go well.

He managed to create an international incident when he appeared to say Russia wouldn’t be held to account over a “minor incursion” into Ukraine.

He got into a fight with a reporter who asked him about his inflammatory rhetoric in Georgia last week:

Biden also had one of his frozen moments when he appeared to lose his train of thought and stood silently for long periods: