President Joe Biden used note cards to address a recent hack by Russians during a stop a a farmer’s market on Sunday in Central Lake, Michigan, leading some to question how coordinated his plans were on the topic.
One female voice asked, “With the most recent hack by the Russians, would you say that this means that…?”
After stalling to access notes in his jacket pocket, Biden read, “I’ll tell you what they sent me. The idea that, first of all, we’re not sure who it is, for certain, number one, and what I did, I directed the full resources of the government to assist in a our response.”
He continued, “If we determine…and the fact is that the director of the intelligence community gave me a deep dive on what’s happened and I’ll know better tomorrow, and if it is either with the knowledge of, and/or a consequence of Russia, then I told Putin we will respond.”
The woman then asked, “You did tell [Putin] already, sir?”
Biden responded, “No, no, I haven’t called, because we’re not certain. The initial thinking was it was not the Russian government, but we’re not sure yet.”
The scene left viewers wondering whether this was truly an unscripted event or not. The note cards and off-camera question giver left some doubt whether the scene had been set up in advance.
Either way, mainstream media was quick to report on Biden’s ice cream choice, once again revealing media bias favoring the left.