Biden Says Fauci Is The Real President, And He Sees Him More Than Dr. Jill: ‘But All Kidding Aside, I Sincerely Mean It’

Democrat President told the NIH last week that unpopular regime medical adviser Anthony Fauci is the “President” the of United States, and noted that “I’ve seen more of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife, we kid each other.” Biden appeared to clarify that he was not joking, stating “But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it.”

“As any audience [unintelligible], I should be standing for you, not you standing for me, but thank you very much,” Biden told the audience of NIH employees. “Good afternoon. You know, in February I came out here to the National institute of Health and NI, and NIH, and our vaccine research center to thank all of you and the world class doctors, scientists, researchers for the incredible work you’ve done during the pandemic.”

“And developing vaccines, saving lives, giving us hope — also, continuing to give me advice on the developments, as they occur,” Biden continued. “I’ve seen more  of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife. We kid each other. Look, who’s president? Fauci! But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it.”

PRES. BIDEN: “I’ve seen more of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife…Who’s President? Fauci! But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it.” pic.twitter.com/2fnXgH3kH2

— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) December 2, 2021

The left-wing website Snopes performed a fact check on Biden’s remarks in which it claimed that “Biden and his audience were laughing during those remarks, making it clear he was speaking entirely in jest,” and “The phrase ‘I sincerely mean it’ did not cast doubt on the humorous intent behind Biden’s Fauci quip, but rather referred back to the president’s earlier comments, in which he thanked National Institutes of Health staff for their working during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Snopes also appeared to infer that viewers who reported on Biden’s choice of words must be “primarily right-leaning and more broadly opposed to Biden’s presidency.”