‘Such a creepy administration’: Biden’s ‘illusionary’ White House set leaves viewers shocked & confused
President Joe Biden’s White House set from where he has frequently addressed the nation has been leaving critics cringing at how cheap it looks and wondering why it is needed in the first place.
As Biden spoke to the nation on Wednesday and pushed his ‘Build Back Better’ agenda, viewers became distracted by his surroundings. The president was not sitting in the West Wing, but rather in a set his team constructed for video conferences and interviews.
Biden sat at the desk with the American flag to one side of him and a window that appeared to lead to the White House Rose Garden on the other. One would also assume the garden is blooming at the moment – except it’s a digital projection on the window, which has been changed out in the past, and few found themselves convinced.
“The set was constructed across the street from the actual WH in the Executive Office Building,” Breitbart’s White House correspondent Charlie Spiering explained, only to inspire even more questions about the “bizarre” set.
The digital projection window of Biden’s White House set shows flowers in bloom in the Rose Garden. The set was constructed across the street from the actual WH in the Executive Office Building pic.twitter.com/nBjUaSMhLU— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) October 6, 2021
“Susan Rice was on the @netflix board….how did she get this stage so wrong?” former Trump administration official Richard Grenell tweeted in reaction to the cringeworthy look of the set.
“Serious Question? Do they let Biden into the White House?” another user jokingly asked.
Why is this necessary https://t.co/mk0DBQq8Km— Kaelan Dorr 🇺🇸 (@KDORR_USA) October 6, 2021
Such a creepy administration. https://t.co/wosrsRb96q— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) October 6, 2021
what? what is this? https://t.co/eNOXtnmMlU— Tim Pool (@Timcast) October 6, 2021
Biden was previously on the same set to publicly receive his Covid-19 vaccine booster shot, though he has utilized it on other occasions, as well. The set is in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, which is across the street from the actual White House.
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