Joe Biden had a campaign event in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and judging by how it was presented by the mainstream media, you'd think that place was packed and going absolutely bananas for President Biden. A lot of video of the vent surfaced, featuring Biden ranting about the best games of basketball and threatening Republicans, judging off that footage you would think the house was packed.
Here's some footage of the event:
Joe Biden in Wilkes-Barre, PA brags about how he used to work alongside Republicans to screw over working people and then go out to lunch with them.
He'd like to bring those days back. pic.twitter.com/K338DGsQQS
— Johnny Akzam (@JohnnyAkzam) August 30, 2022
Fox News was able to get a wider shot of the vent and let's just say it's not nearly as impressive. You could easily mistake this Biden campaign event or "rally" with a junior varsity high school basketball game.
Check it out:
Good on FOX for the wide shot showing the gathering 😂
I've seen bigger turnouts at PTA meetings pic.twitter.com/37Edlh86Ea
— Lisa Whicker (@Providential) August 30, 2022
Meanwhile, fake news reporters were pretending this was some massive event that people were lined up outside of, waiting to get in.
It’s starting to rain here in Wilkes-Barre, but that’s not stopping this line of folks waiting to see President Joe Biden, who will be speaking at the Marts Center on the campus of Wilkes University later on today. pic.twitter.com/RandmvE4mf
— Kevin Carroll (@TLKevinCarroll) August 30, 2022
In that photo, you can see about half of the people who attended the invite. Who are they kidding?
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