Joe Biden is on the hotseat.
A coverup just imploded.
Now it’s over and one piece of paper will expose Joe Biden’s big scandal.
As Conservative Revival reports:
Today News Africa’s Chief White House Correspondent Simon Ateba blasted President Joe Biden for the “rigged” press briefing.
During a press conference following the midterm elections, Biden openly admitted that he had been “given a list of 10 people” he was “supposed to call on.”
“Now, I’ve been given a list of 10 people that I’m supposed to call on and you’re all supposed to ask me one question, but I’m sure you’ll ask me more. So let me start off with the list I’ve been given,” Biden said.
The reporters were from the Associated Press, CBS, CNN, Reuters, ABC Radio, TheGrio, Bloomberg, NBC News and The New York Times. No other reporters were able to ask the President questions.
Ateba slammed Biden in a Thursday op-ed for Today News Africa.
“Many things at the White House are rigged, especially press briefings or press conferences,” Ateba wrote. “Questions are often sent in advance by the same set of reporters who get called on all the time. The President or the Press Secretary then reads prepared answers from a binder or a notebook with talking points.”
Ateba said, “It’s a show, a sham” and that it was meant to make it have the appearance of press freedom.
He added that the perception of America he had gotten from watching CNN was wildly off base.
“When I first arrived in the United States, having watched CNN for year, I came to believe that the racists and the bad guys in the United States were the Republicans, the old white guys with no college degrees who live in the Midwest. But in the Biden White House, as I have struggled to get access, to ask questions, to be treated with the same dignity as others, I came to realize that the Republicans were not the racists and the horrible, awful people I was told they were.”
The Biden administration is refusing to share the basis they use for selecting journalists.
The Daily Caller asked the White House on why the president has a list in the first and, and also what determines the reporters get on the list to actually ask the president questions.
“Eh, not sharing. I don’t have anything to share with you on that,” Olivia Dalton, White House principal deputy press secretary said.
The Daily Caller asked again why the White House does “not want to say” what determines who is on the list.
“I don’t have anything to share with you on that,” Dalton repeated.