LOL: White House Insists Videos of Biden’s Public Missteps Are Fabricated (VIDEO)

In a heated press conference on Monday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre vehemently dismissed recent viral videos showcasing President Joe Biden’s public gaffes and awkward moments as “cheap fakes” and products of “bad faith” efforts.

The allegations emerged following a string of videos that purportedly display Biden experiencing difficulty during public appearances. One clip from a Sunday event shows former President Barack Obama seemingly guiding Biden off the stage after he appeared to freeze at a fundraiser. Another video from last week shows Biden apparently wandering away from a group of world leaders in Europe before being redirected by Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.

Addressing reporters for the first time in nearly three weeks, Jean-Pierre refuted the authenticity of these videos. “Yeah. We, and I think you all have called this the ‘cheap fakes video,’ and that’s exactly what they are. They are cheap fakes video. … They are done in bad faith,” Jean-Pierre asserted.

She also criticized the media for focusing on Biden’s physical mishaps instead of his accomplishments. “Instead of talking about the President’s performance in office, and what I mean by that is his legislative wins, what he’s been able to do for the American people across the country, we’re seeing these deep fakes, these manipulated videos, and it is again done in bad faith,” Jean-Pierre stated.

Biden’s health has been a topic of scrutiny. According to his annual physical by physician Kevin O’Connor, Biden suffers from atrial fibrillation, peripheral neuropathy in his feet, and hyperlipidemia. These conditions may contribute to his occasional instability, having tripped, tumbled, and stumbled at least five times during his presidency.

In response to these health challenges, Biden has adopted new strategies for public appearances. Axios reported in April that Biden now walks to and from Marine One with multiple aides to “draw less attention” to his physical difficulties. Additionally, he boards Air Force One using shorter steps at the rear of the aircraft instead of the taller front staircase and wears specially crafted sports shoes with his suits to aid his mobility.

Polling indicates growing concern among Americans about Biden’s ability to lead, with his age and health being significant factors.