As Biden can barely complete a sentence on the campaign trail, during the debates and this townhall his muttering and stuttering was drastically reduced. The only common denominator between the first debate and the ABC townhall? The fact that the Vice President was “looking towards the stars” during every response to voters.
By Jacob Engels
Why is Vice President Joe Biden, who constantly looked to what appeared to be the ceiling in the first debate with Donald Trump, continue to look towards the stars during the ABC townhall event? In short, ABC and the Biden campaign decided to use a weirdly small event facility and staggered townhall attendees in the rafters to ask their questions of the former Vice President.
Many have theorized that Biden was being fed answers by an audio device in his ears during the first debate with President Trump. While we believe that Biden has used a device in the past to be fed answers, we at Major League Liberty USA do not think that is how he was fed answers during the first debate. Instead, we think it is highly likely that he was reading off some sort of teleprompter or visual feed placed in the rafters of the auditorium, which would explain why the ABC townhall was formatted the way it was on Thursday evening.
And yes, there is technology that would allow for contact lenses with real-time teleprompter like feeds as one Twitter user cleverly pointed out.
As Biden can barely complete a sentence on the campaign trail, during the debates and this townhall his muttering and stuttering was drastically reduced. The only common denominator between the first debate and the ABC townhall? The fact that the Vice President was “looking towards the stars” during every response to voters. More importantly, the entire format of his townhall was built around the odd placement of attendees high up in the rafters of the event space.
The tight shots of the attendees asking questions and lack of inspection of the first debate and ABC townhall by independent third party groups for devices the candidates could use to cheat or be fed answers to questions certainly provides more upset than answers to those concerned about Biden’s performances.
Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, Infowars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine, LauraLoomer.US, and The Gateway Pundit.
Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and special interests in the state of Florida and beyond.