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Here’s VIDEO Of Biden That Democrats Are DESPERATE To CENSOR – See It Before It’s Memoryholed

In a shocking turn of events at the G7 Summit, a video of President Joe Biden seemingly wandering off from his fellow world leaders went viral, causing a frenzy among conservatives and Trump supporters. The clip, which showed Biden giving a thumbs up to a group of skydivers before walking away, was initially shared by the White House to provide context and clarify that Biden was not, in fact, wandering aimlessly.
However, this did not stop conservative media outlets and Trump supporters from seizing on the original, out-of-context clip to criticize Biden’s mental fitness and question his ability to lead on the world stage. The hashtag #BidenWandersOff trended on Twitter, with users sharing memes and jokes about the president’s supposed confusion.

But wait, there’s more! In a twist that would make M. Night Shyamalan proud, a longer version of the video emerged, showing Biden engaging with the skydivers and giving them a thumbs up. This longer clip, shared by the White House, provided a more complete picture of the incident and effectively debunked the narrative that Biden was lost or confused.
Of course, this did not stop the Biden camp from panicking and demanding that social media platforms censor the original, out-of-context video. In a statement, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki called the video “misleading” and accused conservative outlets of “deliberately spreading misinformation.”
But the damage was already done. The original clip had already gone viral, and the longer version was seen by far fewer people. The incident highlighted the challenges of combating misinformation in the age of social media, where a misleading video can spread like wildfire before the truth has a chance to catch up.
So, what can we learn from this whole debacle? For one, it’s a reminder that context is key. A 30-second clip can be misleading, and it’s important to seek out the full story before jumping to conclusions. It’s also a reminder that social media can be a powerful tool for spreading both information and misinformation, and it’s up to all of us to be responsible consumers of news and media.

In the end, the Biden G7 gaffe will likely be remembered as a minor footnote in the annals of presidential history. But it’s a cautionary tale about the power of social media and the importance of seeking out the truth in an era of rampant misinformation.
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