Biden Lets School Kids Know That Part Of Being President Is Dodging Reporters’ Questions

President Joe Biden isn’t a stranger to entertaining children. Every chance he gets, he points out children in the crowd and usually makes an inappropriate comment to or about them. You can’t forget when he said, “I had to make sure those two girls got ice cream.” The point is, Biden seems to be more honest with children than the public. 

It’s strange. It is unusual for a president to act in this manner, most likely due to his advanced age and cognitive impairment.

While speaking to children at a school, Biden said, “When you’re President, see all these people here? They’re with you all the time, and they get to ask you all kinds of questions. And you try to figure out how you can avoid answering them sometimes.” 

Not only did Biden say this, but he acted on it as well. Biden hasn’t taken questions from the press in months, and his CNN Town Hall didn’t exactly go very well. Americans aren’t listening to Biden anymore, and it shows. CNN’s viewership for the Town Hall averaged 1.4 million below Fox News and .2 million below MSNBC between 8 pm and 9:30 pm.  

Biden knows that he’s not liked and wanted to make sure to bring in some sympathy just like Vice President Kamala Harris did when she hosted child actors for her YouTube video. Both have had to resort to this because of all of the “adult” issues since Biden was elected. Harris just got new advisors, and they seem to be pushing their parental guidance card just before the Covid-19 vaccine is approved for children ages 5-11.  

The seriousness of this is that Biden has more interest in conversing with children than with the media. Americans have more questions than answers, and Biden needs to answer those questions because Americans aren’t being fed the truth. Biden hasn’t addressed the NIH funding gain-of-function research. He has barely addressed the southern border and the fact that he never actually mandated OSHA to force employers to mandate the Covid-19 vaccine. All of these are concerns that the President of the United States must handle.