Skip to comments.Crowd told to redo applause after Bidens show up late to National Christmas Tree lighting
Posted on 12/02/2021 6:26:22 PM PST by blueplum
President Joe Biden gave Republicans an early Christmas gift this year.
LL Cool J introduced the president and first lady Jill Biden on Thursday evening at the National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, which was held at the Ellipse south of the White House, but the cheering crowd had to wait nearly two minutes for the pair to show up.
Music played for part of the time — the rest was filled with silence until the rapper spoke up again and said, "We're going to do it again." He then told the crowd to sit down again. Someone else could be heard asking for applause before LL Cool J again introduced the Bidens....
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We’ll redo the applause if they redo the election.
“Let’s Go Brandon!”
Post of the day.
"I'm gonna knock you out
"Biden gonna knock you out"
You just won FR.
winner winner chicken dinner
“Strawberry Fields. Nothing is real...”
Probably the only thing on his schedule and he still couldn’t pull it off.
If The Big Guy were to hold that kind of rally how many people would attend? Anyone care to hazard a guess?
LOL. A deal.
It just wouldn’t feel like Christmas without a rapper at the tree lighting.
I think his Christmas card photo left the row of numbers showing below his face. Embarrassing.
He’s a real nowhere man.
Living in his nowhere land.
That should be one of Biden’s campaign songs Nowhere Man.
That and Helter Skelter!
He was moving slow. Someone should have just yelled, “Let’s Go, Brandon” to urge him along.
SloJo, in the bath room.
Think ‘Illary during the debate break (unable to find her way
back to the stage) Two “pees” in a pod, so to speak.
And the sheeple clapped obediently….moderators need to hold up flash cards as in early days of stage performance…
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