A strange and apparently accidental showing of a picture of President Biden along with a report about an alleged child molester went viral before the president’s first State of the Union speech.
The report from Pittsburgh’s WTAE-TV featured a news anchor transitioning from one report about a robbery to a serious accusations against one elderly man.
“A 71-year-old man was accused of touching a 12-year-old girl at a Walmart in West Mifflin this Sunday afternoon,” she stated.
But the photograph featured a smiling Biden while mentioned the State of the Union speech meant for Tuesday evening.
Video of the news report was widely shared on social media and liberals predictably went crazy.
At the ending of the video, the camera cuts to someone else at the station who seems to be very befuddled before then cutting back to the female news anchor without the Joe Biden graphic.
The video got over 915k views in only a few hours before the start of Joe Biden’s speech.
Many conservatives used the video to mention the many times Biden was accused during the 2020 election of touching women and young girls.
Biden was also said to have sexual assault a woman who worked for him as his staff assistant. Tara Reade said he forcibly kissed her at the gym in 1993 when he was a United States Senator. Biden denied these claims and then was able to win the 2020 presidential election.
This comes at a time when Biden’s approval rating is already at a record low, with even other Democrats turning on him. The person responsible for this video change could very well be a disillusioned Democrat or Independent fed up with Joe Biden and his terrible regime.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has gained in favor among Americans. His recent polling at the CPAC conference had him ahead in terms of Republican candidates for the 2024 election.
Now we can only hope Donald would bring up Biden’s gropings more than he did during the 2020 election.
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