[VIDEO] Tomi Lahren and Leo Terrell Point Out To This Weird Thing About Biden’s “Fall”

Biden is widely believed to be unqualified for the job at hand at this stage.

His cognitive problems have been going on for a while, but now that he’s in the White House, there are a lot of eyes on him, and it seems that his condition is getting worse.

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However, if you asked Democrats or even the newspapers, they would be hard-pressed to express any reservations about Biden’s suitability for the job.

Particularly when he went tumbling down the stairs of Air Force One, which drew almost no attention from the media.

When you equate it to their outrage about Trump walking slowly down a West Point ramp nearly a year ago, you can see the unbelievable hypocrisy at work.

This is precisely what Leo Terrell and Tomi Lahren are emphasizing in their Fox News interview.

Watch the following video:

They are fully accurate.

When it comes to his emotional and physical health, the media is largely deafeningly silent.

However, in a desperate attempt to reclaim any semblance of legitimacy, they have repeatedly ripped Biden on his catastrophic border situation.

Take, for example, this story from the ultra-liberal NPR, in which Biden is chastised for reversing Trump’s border policies.

Former acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf claims Trump officials warned the incoming Biden administration that dismantling Trump’s immigration policies would trigger problems at the border.

The Biden administration has largely blamed the border problems on the previous administration, claiming that it gutted the Department of Homeland Security and used inhumane tactics to stop migrants. Officials from Biden’s administration call the measures they’ve taken to embrace the recent influx of unaccompanied minors into the country and end divisive initiatives that force migrants to stay in Mexico a “moral imperative.”

However, some former Trump administration officials, such as Wolf, claim that the Biden administration is undermining effective programs.

“There is no longer any consequence,” Wolf told NPR. “The administration is approaching this as if it were a capability issue rather than an issue of criminal conduct, which is a key distinction.”


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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