Biden’s ridiculous exchange with PBS reporter’s ‘scripted’ question reaches peak ‘North Korea puppetry’

President Joe Biden was spoon-fed a question on transgenderism by “PBS NewsHour” White House correspondent Laura Barrón-López that prompted one observer to characterize the slow pitch as “North Korea puppetry.”

Barrón-López put forth a cringe-worthy loaded question chockful of left-wing talking points during a joint press conference with United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

“All over the country, Mr. President, Republican-led states are passing laws — passing anti-LGBTQ, anti-transgender laws that restrict rights and medical care. Intimidation is on the rise,” she began. “This week, anti-LGBTQ protestors turned violent in California.”

And Barrón-López was only getting started.

“And also recently, I spoke to the parents of a transgender girl in Texas who told me that they’re afraid and that they are considering leaving not just their state, but the country,” the reporter continued, with a straight face. “Sir, why do you think this is happening?  And what do you say to parents, like the ones that I spoke to, to those families who are contemplating leaving the country because they don’t feel safe anymore?”

The setup resulted in a long, smarmy lecture from Biden that repeated every catchphrase you’d expect for the orchestrators of the ongoing Maoist cultural revolution in America.

“First of all, maybe quietly when we finish this, you can give me the number of that family, and I will call them and let them know that the president and this administration has their back. And I mean that,” Biden began.

After touting some of his po-LGBTQ+ actions, such as ending the ban on transgender troops in our military, despite widespread underlying mental health issues, the president declared “our fight is far, far from over because we have some hysterical and, I would argue, prejudiced people who are engaged in all of what you see going on around the country. It’s — it’s an appeal to fear, and it’s an appeal that is totally, thoroughly unjustified and ugly.”

This being a reference to Republican-driven legislative initiatives designed to protect children from getting caught up in the contagion of transgenderism in public schools and from being left vulnerable to exploitation by exposing them to sexually inappropriate content.

“It’s wrong for — that a person can be married in the morning in the United States and fired in the afternoon by their employer because they are — they’re gay,” Biden said. “It’s wrong that the violence and hate crimes targeting LGBTQ people is rising. It’s wrong that extreme officials are pushing hateful bills targeting transgender children, terrifying families, and criminalizing doctors.

“These are our kids. These are our neighbors. It’s cruel and it’s callous. Not somebody else’s kids; they’re all our kids,” the president said of YOUR children. “They’re the kids — and our children are the kite strings that hold our national ambitions aloft. It matters a great deal how we treat everyone in this country.”

He went on to tout a series of new initiatives “to protect the LGBT community” while announcing that the planned Pride Day event on the South Lawn was going  to be postponed “because of the — the climate, because of the weather and the pollution out there, because of the fires.”

In reality, the LGBTQ+ community is not being attacked and the climate had nothing to do with the recent poor air quality in the DC area.

After calling on Congress to pass the Equality Act, Biden concluded with these very familiar talking points, “LGBTQ Americans, especially children: You’re loved, you’re heard, and this administration has your back — and I mean it. We are not relenting one single second to make sure that they’re protected.”

The use of “love” to push the fantasy that gender is fluid and up to the individual, which is destroying an entire generation of children, being perhaps the lowest point yet for Democrats.

It was not lost on people that Biden was essentially reading his response to the supposedly random question, which only adds to the belief that it’s all but impossible to trust anything from the media OR this administration.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:


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