White House Ripped For Denying Videos Of Biden’s Decline – ‘Cheap Fakes’

The White House is facing heavy blowback this week after dismissing as “cheap fakes” several viral videos showing a frail and muddled President Joe Biden. Over the past month, several concerning moments of the 81-year-old President were caught on tape, such as his confusion in France during the D-Day anniversary and his needing to be led off stage by former President Obama during a fundraising event.

The Trump campaign says that Biden staffers have posted about the “cheap fakes” narrative more than 60 times this week as the White House scrambles to hide the President’s declining mental state.

“There’s a reason Biden staffers have posted about unedited, un-doctored clips of Joe Biden over 60 times in an absolute panic: Biden’s obvious weakness is no ‘cheap fake,'” the campaign said in a statement Wednesday.

“Propaganda propagated by the Biden White House and their mouthpieces in the mainstream media doesn’t change reality. Biden’s weakness is obvious for all to see.” ~ Trump campaign

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On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre alleged that the videos of Biden had been deceptively altered to make the President look bad. In an interview with MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace, she said the videos were “very insulting to the folks [and] the viewers who are watching it.”

“And so we believe we have to call that out. We’ve been calling it ‘cheap fakes.’ That is something that came directly from the media outlets in calling it that, the fact-checkers and calling it that. And so we’re certainly going to be really, really clear about that as well. And calling it out from where we are, from where we stand,” ~ Karine Jean-Pierre to MSNBC

However, others are more skeptical of the new narrative push around “cheap fakes.” Heritage Foundation tech researcher Jake Denton says it is no coincidence that the White House is pushing the new term just one week before Biden and Trump are expected to debate.

“This kind of requires a ramp-up stage where you allege that something is a ‘cheap fake,’ or that it’s malicious in some way related to misinformation, Denton told Fox News Digital in an interview Wednesday. “And then you have essentially the evidence, the fact pattern, whatever, to go and push the social media companies with takedown requests because it’s misinformation regarding an election. So, to me, that’s kind of the seed that’s being planted here.”

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MSNBC, the Washington Post, The Hill, and Rolling Stone have already used the term in their reporting.

On Wednesday, Fox News host Greg Gutfeld blasted the supposed ‘fact checkers’ for misleading the public.

“Where were these anti-hoaxers when there was the ‘fine people hoax,’ the ‘drinking bleach hoax,’ the ‘koi pond hoax,’ the ‘migrant kids in cages hoax,’ the ‘border patrol whipping migrants hoax,’ the ‘lab leak is a conspiracy theory hoax,’ the ‘Russian collusion hoax,’ the ‘Don’t Say Gay Bill hoax’ … did I leave any — the ‘Pee Tape hoax,” Gutfeld said. “Where were they?”

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