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Here’s Why Biden Claims He Had To Blur The Presidential Seal…You Buying It?


Biden is a walking corpse, and everyone can see that.

Whether it be his many embarrassing moments, or the constant word salads, he is clearly out of his prime, and many suspect that he won’t even finish his first term…

He recently gave temporary power of acting President to Kamala Harris, so he could undergo a colonoscopy. He later reclaimed his office, but I have to wonder: was this some sort of drill?

Are they slowly trying to give power over to Harris, despite recent reports that she may be at odds with the administration, and may be replaced with Pete Buttigieg?

At this point all of this is merely conjecture, as are any theories on why Biden’s Presidential seal was blurred out on video recently…

Truth be told, I thought the whole blurring of the seal story was silly—until Reuters took the time to ‘fact check’ claims about the story.

Why would they take the time to dispel such a silly story? Unless of course it isn’t so silly at all…

Here’s what Reuters had to say:

Not everyone was so convinced with what Reuters wrote, myself included…

Others had their own theories, and pointed out other interesting features of the video:

Reuters states:

Federal statute 18 U.S. Code § 713 ( here ) regulates the usage of the presidential and other government seals, including its display.

The statute makes it illegal to display the seal or other likeness of it in advertisements, public meetings or telecasts, or any other media that may create a “false impression of sponsorship or approval by the Government of the United States or by any department, agency, or instrumentality thereof.”

The Wrap took the same stance as Reuters:

Ultimately, however, the blurring was just done to comply with U.S. Code § 713, which says anyone who displays the seal with an “advertisement, poster, circular, book, pamphlet, or other publication, public meeting, play, motion picture, telecast, or other production, or on any building, monument, or stationery, for the purpose of conveying, or in a manner reasonably calculated to convey, a false impression of sponsorship or approval by the Government of the United States or by any department, agency, or instrumentality thereof,” may be subject to a fine or even short-term imprisonment.


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