After photos surfaced showing that Joe Biden apparently used a television stage to broadcast himself receiving his third dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, claimed to serve as a “booster shot,” conservatives mocked the idea of the often unresponsive president, who rarely takes questions from media, receiving the shot in such a fashion, and questioned the White House’s motives.
Yesterday Joe Biden claimed to receive his third dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. It was later revealed to the public that Biden was in fact on a stage during the performance, rather than in his real office or at one of the many places to become vaccinated in Washington, D.C. The seemingly-strange act has led to some to question his motivations, and others to question whether he actually received the vaccine at all.
“The Biden Presidency is such a joke,” wrote political consultant and former Nevada GOP Chair Amy Tarkanian. “Why would someone set up a fake White House backdrop when they live and work in the actual White House? Nothing they do makes sense.” Charlie Kirk wrote that “Nothing is real with these people, it’s all smoke and mirrors.” He added, “We’re supposed to entrust them with all of our personal health decisions?”
Nothing is real with these people, it’s all smoke and mirrors. But we’re supposed to entrust them with all of our personal health decisions? pic.twitter.com/9N5FPYm7pI
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) September 29, 2021
The popular political Twitter account Catturd gave its thoughts: “Imagine trusting anything these serial lying, phony clowns say?” Noor Bin Laden, the pro-Trump niece of Osama Bin Laden, sarcastically wrote, “Yeah, that’s not weird at all.”
Yeah, that’s not weird at all pic.twitter.com/55onid8Rwh
— Noor Bin Ladin (@NoorBinLadin) September 29, 2021
Some questioned the reality of the entire event, including whether Biden received an injection that day. “So it was on a stage. On a theatrical set, in front of fake windows,” wrote Rebel News founder Ezra Levant. “Was it really a nurse? And was it really an injection — or a theatrical prop?”
James Hirsen, the author and Newsmax columnist, offered a pithy response: “D.C. is ‘Hollywood for ugly people'”
D.C. is ‘Hollywood for ugly people’ pic.twitter.com/DrSwc9lZvO
— James Hirsen (@thejimjams) September 29, 2021