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New Biden attack video goes wrong when people start to notice the glaring problems: '28 cuts in this 2 minute video'
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New Biden attack video goes wrong when people start to notice the glaring problems: '28 cuts in this 2 minute video'

President Joe Biden released a new video on Tuesday attacking Donald Trump and Republicans. Unfortunately for the president, the video generated scrutiny for all the wrong reasons.

In the video, Biden attacks Trump for his remarks critical of NATO and claims Trump and Republicans "refuse" to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin "accountable" for the death of Alexei Navalny because they oppose sending more taxpayer money to Ukraine without first addressing domestic priorities, like the border crisis.

Not sending more money to Ukraine, according to Biden, is akin to "bow[ing] down" to Putin. Of course, it's not clear how taxpayer funding of the Ukraine war is connected to Navalny's death.

While the content of Biden's message generated significant pushback — because it's hardly true that Trump or Republicans are responsible for anything Putin chooses to do or that sending more money to Ukraine will deter Putin when the first $113 billion didn't — the video received attention for two separate, but glaring, reasons.

First, the video, which includes an on-screen caption of Biden's words, contains several spelling errors. The word "strength" is misspelled. Navalny's first name is misspelled. And, at one point, the caption completely omits one of Biden's words.

Second, the video contains numerous edits — more than two dozen, in fact. Moreover, Biden does not appear to speak for more than six seconds at a time without a cut.

"So when you've worked on the producing end as I did in my former life, some things are painfully easy to spot when the post-edit is complete," media expert Joe Concha explained. "In this case, I counted 28 cuts in this 2 minute video. 28. In something this short, *maybe* you do 5-6 cuts max."

The significant number of edits suggests that, even with teleprompter help, Biden had difficultly reading his script, thus bringing more attention to his age and concerns about his mental acuity.

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Chris Enloe

Chris Enloe

Staff Writer

Chris is a staff writer for Blaze News. He resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. You can reach him at cenloe@blazemedia.com.
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