Biden MIA, Confusing Claim Made About His Ceilings Being 'Too Low'
By Johnathan Jones
Published March 22, 2020 at 11:47pm
Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden is missing in action as the country struggles not only with the spread of the coronavirus but also its mounting economic fallout.
With Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont quickly becoming an afterthought in the Democratic primary, the stage seems set for a Trump vs. Biden showdown in November.
As President Donald Trump works diligently to guide a country in crisis going as far as to hold daily White House news briefings the former vice presidents media accessibility has been notably limited.
His campaign has an explanation for that, however: ceilings!
Bidens campaign is oddly blaming his absence on the layout and construction of his house in Delaware.
Current Affairs wrote on Twitter it had inquired about Bidens recent radio silence.
[This] is the excuse being provided for why [Biden] isnt being seen during a national emergency, Current Affairs tweeted.
A source with knowledge of the campaign said Bidens team is working on scaling up that infrastructure and dealing with the realities of Bidens Wilmington home, like the fact that there arent particularly high ceilings, which can make lighting a challenge, it said.
American homes are generally constructed with ceilings of an average height of eight feet. Giving Biden the benefit of doubt, most videographers would probably conclude that a few extra feet would be helpful in regard to proper lighting.
That being said, it is hard to imagine there isnt a single place in Bidens lavish home appropriate for his digital campaign events.
By the way, how did Biden get so wealthy as a lifelong public servant? His 6,850-square-foot Wilmington home is massive.
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Creepy Joe should be glad we do still not have to use back houses like we had to before there was central plumbing.