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The Liberal Media Mob Pushes Cheap Fake Videos As The Cause For Biden’s Pro

According to the White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the video clips that portray President Biden as stressed and tired-looking continuously are simply “cheap fakes” made to embarrass the president, but Fox & Friends hosts immediately tore that narrative apart.

The White House claims that the unedited videos compiled together making President Biden look tired and frozen are simply fake and we shouldn’t believe what we can very easily see.  However if the clips were aired in its entirety, it would probably further highlight the deteriorating mental decline of Biden.

The left have now dubbed these viral videos as “cheap fakes” claiming its simply political manipulation.   “They are done in bad faith. And, some of your news organizations have, have been very clear, have stressed that these right-wing, the right-wing critics of the president have a credibility problem because the fact-checkers have repeatedly caught them pushing misinformation, disinformation,” said press secretary Jean-Pierre.

Fox News senior White House correspondent Peter Doocy wasn’t buying it and had enough. “During the briefing yesterday, though, she referred to ‘cheapfakes’ and also deepfakes while dismissing these clips. But there’s an important difference. A deepfake is if somebody is using AI or some other software to change the things that President Biden is doing or saying. A cheapfake is just if a clip is cut shorter than they want, or from an angle that they don’t like. Both of them are the same though, in that they are both being used as terms to scapegoat as this White House just does not want people to think that the things they see on social media are as they appear.”

(Video Credit: Fox News)

“[T]here is something to the fact that a lot of these clips are lacking context. That doesn’t mean that the things people see are not happening. Like, you see something, these clips are not being manipulated with AI. There are, there are, but there’s always context. The thing is, every video that you see on the internet is in some way edited or clipped unless you’re rewatching an entire livestream of something played back from start to finish. Everything is cut at some point. And White House officials just want the clips to be way longer so that people can see way more context,” Doocy said.

Fox & Friends co-host Ainsley Earhardt noted that the videos show major differences between the two candidates for president. “If you know nothing about politics and you watch those videos, then the White House is trying to say manipulation. If you watch those videos and don’t know anything about politics you can’t unsee that you are right,” Earhardt suggested. “These are not lying eyes. A video is not lying. Is he not dancing, he is being pulled off. Here’s the thing when you are choosing between the two presidents. This is going to be a factor. It just is.”

(Video Credit: Fox News)

The left is trying to push a narrative that the American people shouldn’t believe what they see. Nice try.


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