Do They Think We’re Dumb? DOJ Gives Weak Excuse to Justify Covering for President Biden

President Biden’s Department of Justice has ADMITTED to abusing their power to protect Diaper Joe ahead of the 2024 election, giving the most bizarre reason for doing so.

The DOJ prevented audio recordings of Biden’s interviews with special counsel Robert Hurt from going public.

Those interviews were so detrimental to Biden’s reelection that they helped Hur reach the conclusion that President Biden is too old and senile to be held accountable for stealing classified documents from the White House when he was Vice-President.

Naturally, it’s not hard to imagine how these tapes getting released might further damage Biden’s presidential stock – exposing what a full blown moron he is – which is why the DOJ went out of its way to stop the American people from hearing the recordings.

 

But why did the DOJ say they stopped the recordings from being made public? To stop people from making deepfake AI-generated audio clips.

Yes… really.

Never mind the fact that releasing the actual recordings would make it easier to refute any potential fakes, the claim is on its own just a bold-faced lie.

They don’t want us to hear the REAL Biden so they’re keeping those tapes buried and hoping that the American people are dumb enough to buy some BS narrative about AI.

This is yet another instance of how completely corrupt our entire system is and how it all revolves around ONE THING – keeping Democrats in power.

Watch the video here to see how absurd their claim is.


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