VIDEO: Biden Embarrassed On Camera

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

During his recent vacation to Lake Tahoe on the West Coast, President Biden faced jeers from some locals.

The White House stated that the Bidens are staying in a property valued at $18 million, which belongs to environmental enthusiast, entrepreneur, and one-time Democratic presidential hopeful, Tom Steyer. The president chose this location for a nine-day break after his visit to Hawaii, where he evaluated the aftermath of the severe wildfires.

A video that rapidly gained traction on social media featured President Biden addressing economic matters to the media while some spectators expressed their disapproval.

In the video, he shared with a journalist, “I’ve been engaging with the UAW. I’m genuinely worried. When current jobs are being replaced, priority should be given to the original UAW members, and their compensation should be appropriate.” Occasionally, his words were lost amid the loud reactions.

Many who disapprove of Biden saw the video of him facing jeers as both amusing and a form of validation.

Fox News analyst Liz Peek commented, “He had it coming.”

“The priceless moment is his reaction when he hears the boos,” stated Jake Schneider, GOP Rapid Response Director.

A tweet from the Chris Plante Show read, “It’s amazing to see Biden jeered by the audience in Lake Tahoe!”

Regarding this incident, the White House remained silent until the news release date.

Another significant event during President Biden’s Lake Tahoe visit was the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s (NORAD) decision to dispatch fighter jets after detecting an unauthorized aircraft in the restricted zone.

NORAD provided a statement explaining, “Two of NORAD’s F-16 jets and a U.S. Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin were sent to address a civilian aircraft that breached the Temporary Flight Restriction zone close to Lake Tahoe, Nevada, earlier today.”

The statement further detailed, “During this occurrence, the jets deployed flares — possibly witnessed by the public — to alert the pilot. The use of flares was conducted with utmost consideration for the intercepted aircraft’s safety and those on the ground.”