Choreographing the President’s every move


A choreographer is a person who composes the sequence of steps and moves for a performance. This is usually done for figure skaters, ballet, or any staged dance routine.

This was the case for my daughter, Abigail, when she was involved in competitive acrobatics. 

 As she advanced into the higher levels of competition, we — along with her partners’ parents — hired a choreographer.

When the choreography was finalized, the trio, or pair, would practice up to 20 hours a week for months until it was perfected for the national competition in June or July.

A routine designed by a top-notch choreographer would cost up to $1,500. In the end, it was worth it. When performed to its highest standards, a professionally choreographed routine increased the athletes’ artistic score from the judges.

It is becoming increasingly clear that there is someone — or some group — behind President Joe Biden controlling and choreographing his every move in public.

The latest choreography that has come to light is a fake White House set used to present Biden in the best possible light.

Last Wednesday, the controllers missed one detail when Biden spoke in what some have called the “game show” set. The digital projection window showed spring flowers in full bloom.

The video set is located across from the White House in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.

They could not even show Biden receiving his COVID-19 booster shot on Sept. 27 in the actual White House.

“The reason Biden uses this bizarre virtual set for televised meetings — and not an actual room like East Room, Cabinet, Oval, Roosevelt, Sit Room, etc. — is because it allows him to read a script directly from a face-on monitor (& w/out teleprompter glass that can be seen on camera),” Stephen Miller, who served as a senior adviser to former President Donald Trump, wrote on Twitter.

Another reason for the set is to protect Biden from questions by the press.

The authentic Biden is seen when he goes off script or just stumbles over his words the way he stumbled up the stairs to Air Force One early in his presidency. Just Google “Biden stumbling over speech” to hear for yourself.

Perhaps these “stumbles” are reassuring. They let us know that — at least for now — Big Tech has not been able to perfect an android that can take Biden’s place.

Ironically, top White House aides have constructed a wall. It’s not a wall to keep illegals from crossing our southern border. It’s a wall to “shield” Biden from unscripted events and extended interviews. 

This is according to a new book entitled “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. “That side of Biden — his tendency to at times be testy or mangle statements — was still with him and now part of his presidency,” the book says.

The writers were told that Chief of Staff Ronald Klain and then-White House advisor Anita Dunn worked to prevent such incidents. The book says, “They called the effect ‘the wall,’ a cocooning of the president.”

This all makes sense as we look back. In an August press conference President Biden was so helpless that he was given a pre-selected list of reporters with instructions on who to call on.

Earlier this summer, at the start of his press conference in Geneva, Switzerland, Biden said, “I’ll take your questions and as usual, folks, they gave me a list of the people I’m going to call on.”

In other words, they — his White House aides — cannot trust him to make a simple decision of who to call on at a press conference.

In order to help control the POTUS, Biden routinely caries a “cheat sheet” with names and photographs of local officials — created by his aides — with specific talking points. In Louisiana, after Hurricane Ida, he was blasted as weak and incompetent for using a cheat sheet.

If Biden needs cheat sheets and notes from his aides on what to talk about and who to call on how can he make important decisions as leader of the United States?

With President Donald Trump, we knew that we were seeing and hearing the authentic person. Many times an aide was quoted wishing they could filter or control what Trump said or tweeted. It’s becoming evident; we are not seeing the real Biden.



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