Joe Biden Shows Everyone His List Of Pre-Approved Journalists To Talk To

( On Thursday, while chatting with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, President Joe Biden mentioned that he had been provided a list of reporters he was to call upon during his presser.

“Okay, who’s the next question? I’ve got my list here. My turn to call on someone, right? Okay, how about NPR, Tamara Keith?”

This is not the first time Biden has admitted to being handed a list of reporters he should call on, presumably because they are “fellow travelers.” Just a few weeks ago, the president had his first major press conference since January. After giving a speech, he stated that he was “given a list” of ten reporters to call on at the press conference.

“Now, I’ve been given a list of 10 people I’m supposed to call on, and you’re all supposed to ask me one question, but I’m sure you’ll ask me more. So let me start with the list I’ve been given,” Biden stated, making his handlers cringe.

The reporters represented the left-leaning outlets of The New York Times, CNN, Reuters, CBS, ABC Radio, TheGrio, NBC News, and Bloomberg. During this time, there are approximately one hundred other journalists present. It was strictly enforced that just the allocated ten reporters could ask questions.

The Daily Caller questioned the White House over why President Biden has a list and what factors determine who is included on the list.

“Eh, I’m not going to share,” Olivia Dalton, the principal deputy press secretary at the White House, stated. She did not have anything relevant to discuss with The Daily Caller regarding this matter.

White House correspondents have expressed their “disgust” to the Daily Caller about the president’s practice of taking questions from a select group of pre-approved journalists. One of these writers described the press briefings as “obviously rigged.”

They said that the president ought to make room for broader engagement.

The audacity of these operatives to call themselves journalists. They are nothing but political hacks.