No one really knows what goes on behind the scenes at Biden’s White House — but at this point, it’s safe to say that current staffers are having a hard time guiding the president toward success.
In fact, his communications team has failed to deliver a message that resonates with the country on any sustainable level. The ineptitude of Biden’s team has resulted in multiple public relations tragedies that will certainly cost Democrats their majorities in Congress.
However, a massive overhaul of Biden’s White House communications team signals big changes are coming.
Communications Director Kate Bedingfield, whose history with President Joe Biden dates back to his days as vice president, is expected to leave the administration this month in order to “spend more time with her family.”
Bedingfield is responsible for some of Biden’s most destructive messaging failures.
Let’s rewind and take a second to remember some of Bedingfield’s most memorable messaging moments.
1. Afghanistan wouldn’t fall to the Taliban.
2. Vladimir Putin and his military invasion of Ukraine are solely responsible for skyrocketing gas prices and historic levels of inflation.
3. The US-Mexico border is safe, secure, and humane.
If you’re Donald Trump, all three of these failures would be ground for impeachment. But since Bedingfield is a woman and Joe Biden is a Democrat, there will be no repercussions despite the harrowing toll his policies have taken on the United States.
Meanwhile, Bedingfield is being lauded as a political genius by several Biden loyalists, including White House chief of staff Ron Klain.
According to Klain, Bedingfield is entirely responsible for Biden’s ascent into the White House.
“Without Bedingfield’s talent and tenacity, Donald Trump might still be in the White House,” Klain said.
Bedingfield is also credited with the major leftward shift in Biden’s messaging and his constant appeal to progressives. She also played a major role in the passing of the $1.9 trillion China Virus spending package and the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.
“She played a huge role in everything the president has achieved — from his second term as vice president, through the campaign, and since coming to the White House,” Klain added.
The White House has not announced Bedingfield’s replacement.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth