I have always been fascinated with green screens. They are one of those little things where if you use one of them right you can do a lot of really cool things with them.
About a year or so ago, I bought one for my office so that when I had to do video meetings and things like that I could set it up so that my home office looked a little more spiffy than it actually does. It’s really a spare room that we also keep the exercise bike in…lol.
Anyway, they are really easy to use if you know what you are doing and take the time to learn. Now, a lot of other people over the past year have been using them, what with COVID having everyone working from home and all that. Sad to see that Joe Biden can’t get his working…
A new video from Bloomberg News is going viral. Why? Because the video appears to show that Joe Biden is on a green screen.
To confirm, this video was posted by Bloomberg News. Why do we want to point that out?
Well, this isn’t just a video posted on YouTube by a random person. If so, it could have been edited or manipulated.
Instead, this video is coming from a reputable news source…
Yet… the video does appear to show Biden on a green screen. Before we post the video, here’s what you need to watch for. Look at Biden’s arms as he’s talking… and pay attention to the microphones.
As the microphones move around, they miraculously pass through his arms as though they aren’t there.
Take a look for yourself:
The Hill also shared the video on their Twitter account.
— President-Elect Caden™ 🏛🇺🇸 (@ShutUpLeftist) March 17, 2021
There’s no way that in “real life,” the microphones could have done what they did.
Newsweek is even reporting that “conspiracies” are breaking out about green screens, but our eyes don’t lie:
President Joe Biden may like to portray himself as being a safe pair of hands, but their strange appearance in front of reporters as he departed the White House has sparked some quizzical reaction on social media.
Before Biden made his way towards Marine One on the South Lawn lawn en route to Pennsylvania to promote his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, he was asked about the situation at the U.S. border with Mexico.