The 'Off-White House?' Biden Uses Fake WH Set for Certain Televised Events

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There used to be an old ad slogan that said, “Is it real or is it Memorex?” People began using that phrase to describe disbelief in whether what they’re seeing is the genuine article or a substitute. 

That phrase concerning some of President Joe Biden’s appearances now has an answer concerning the confusion as to whether he broadcasts certain meetings or events from the actual White House or not.

Biden apparently uses a virtual set that makes it look like he’s in the White House.

Fox News reported that the “video set, which was constructed across from the White House in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, is used by Biden for video conferences and events broadcast online.”

People on social media took note of Biden’s set after they noticed that the window the president was sitting in front of showed the Rose Garden in full bloom, and it’s fall season, so that didn’t seem to add up.

Pictures began surfacing on Twitter of the set in use, with users wondering why he needed the set in the first place instead of simply using the White House. Biden even tweeted a picture of the set in question, himself. (Note: Biden even used the set when he received his COVID-19 booster shot):

 

 

 

 

As Fox News pointed out, Stephen Miller, who was a senior adviser to former President Donald Trump explained what he thinks is the reason for the set.

So to reference the question of, “Is it real or is it Memorex,” it seems as though in some instances Biden’s supposed appearances in the White House are indeed “Memorex.”

MRC Merch

MRC Merch