Biden Mocked For Weird Stares At Black History Event

Social media users were talking about President Joe Biden’s behavior during a Juneteenth performance on the White House lawn. After a video showing his allegedly empty gaze went viral, jokes and criticism erupted.

Between George Floyd’s brother Philonise and Vice President Kamala Harris stood Biden. Biden watched in silence as those standing close to him danced, while Kirk Franklin sang on a stage in front of him. A lot of people noticed this on social media.

“No one’s home, but the lights are on,” the Trump War Room said on X.

“Why does Biden not move?” RNC Research published a post on the subject.

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) offered his own critique of the conversation by drawing a comparison between it and a well-known proverb concerning a Roman monarch.

Lee wrote on X, “Just an average day in Joe Biden’s life.” Nero was playing the violin while Rome burned. Biden did whatever he was doing in this video while America was attacked.

Spokesman for the Trump 2024 presidential campaign, Steven Cheung, made fun of the Biden video and likened it to the effects of someone high on drugs.

“These edibles aint no s***, BIDEN,” Cheung joked on X. “After fifteen minutes*.”

Biden’s scowl comes after he faced ridicule for an incident that occurred at a D-Day 80th anniversary event. French President Emmanuel Macron appeared to kneel in midair as if starting to sit in a chair while standing on a podium between first lady Jill Biden and Macron, but he quickly sprang back up. According to reports, he was attempting to settle into one of the chairs behind him.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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