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The Biden administration has been using a fake/imitation/replica White House set to host events for President Joe Biden, raising the question of why and prompting Trump-era White House official Stephen Miller to offer his own expert opinion on the matter.

According to Fox News, the set “was constructed across from the White House in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building” and is used “for video conferences and events broadcast online.”

But there appears to be no record of any of his predecessors, including former President Donald Trump, ever using a fake White House set for such events.

The administration’s latest use of the set happened Wednesday when the president used it to hold a panel to discuss the debt limit with business leaders.

Scroll through the video below, and look for signs of obvious fakery.

Notice how the window behind Biden shows flowers in the Rose Garden.

One going theory for why he relies on a bizarre White House replica set is to avoid being outed for using a teleprompter.

Miller argued in tweets posted after the panel’s conclusion Wednesday that the replica set “allows him to read a script directly from a face-on monitor (& w/out teleprompter glass that can be seen on camera).”

“And for Biden apologists making the incredibly asinine observation that you can read monitors in other rooms: yes, for formal addresses. WH created this bizarre set-up to create illusion that Biden’s running a normal human *meeting* when he’s actually delivering a scripted text,” he added.

Look:

The administration also used the replica set on Sept. 27th when the president received his coronavirus booster shot.

At the time, multiple media outlets falsely reported that the shot was received at the White House:

However, it was later confirmed that, despite appearances and false media reports, the shot was received at the fake set in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.

This discovery led to a flurry of mockery, with critics accusing Biden of being a “fake president in a fake White House receiving a fake booster.”

Look:

 

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This, in turn, spurred so-called “fact-checkers” like PolitiFact to action.

“There was nothing misleading about the event’s staging. Biden received his vaccination in the South Court Auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, a frequent venue for White House news events and photo ops,” the disreputable “fact-checker” complained.

“Publicly available video footage shows the entire event, including Biden’s walk from a lectern to the chair set up for his vaccination, and that it was held in the presence of reporters and photographers,” it added.

Interestingly, the “fact-checker” made no note of Biden’s predecessors. Had a single one of his predecessors also used a fake White House replica set, it seems likely PolitiFact would have made mention of it to prove the normalcy of such an action.

Also, the “fact-checker” conveniently never fact-checked the establishment media outlets who’d falsely reported that the shot was received at the White House.

So to sum up, the Biden administration has been holding events using a fake White House replica set, the media have been falsely reporting these events as White House events, and establishment “fact-checkers” clearly see no problem with this.

The public, on the other hand, most certainly does:

As noted above, this use of a fake set does indeed seem “weird.” Though again, to the establishment media and its so-called “fact-checkers,” there’s nothing abnormal about this or any other of the Biden administration’s bizarre actions.

It all brings to mind the “Seinfeld” episode in which Kramer, the show’s eccentric, found a discarded talk show set and used it to replicate “The Merv Griffin Show” in his apartment as if it was the most normal thing in the world to do.

But, as seen in the clip below, he was the only one who found it “normal”:

“Kramer, what is wrong with you?” character Elaine Benes asks at one point in the clip.

It seems many Americans now wonder the same about Joe Biden …

Vivek Saxena

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