White House launches reality TV show about Joe Biden

Joe BidenThe moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here — Joe Biden has a reality TV show. Yes, this is actually happening.

The White House launched its own reality TV show on Thursday starring everyone’s favorite gaffe-prone Vice President.

The VPOTUS is finally giving the people what they wanted. The announcement comes after a recent White House petition demanded a Biden reality TV show to reveal “the lighthearted side of politics in the midst of contentious and divisive national debates.”

The new online series, titled “Being Biden,” premiered its first episode “Vol. 1: The Sportsman’s Ethic” on the White House website where you can see the veep handing out rolls at the Whitehall Neck Sportsman Club’s Wild Game Dinner.

Disappointedly, this is not your traditional reality TV show where only the most outrageous moments are aired — The White House can’t be that transparent. Instead, it features behind-the-scenes photos of Biden as he narrates the segment where he will assuredly use the term “malarkey” ad nauseam.

“It’s a fascinating world and I’d like to share some of my experiences with you,” Biden says during the pilot episode.

The first 3-minute segment appears to be a ploy to make the White House seem pro-Second Amendment as it showcases Biden’s relationship with hunters. Biden, the same person who has been charged with pushing Obama’s gun control measures, even touts an auction where they give out guns.

The White House can’t afford to give tours, but the sequester must not be so bad if there’s enough room in the budget for Biden to have his own reality TV show.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Matt McGuire says:

    So the white house makes it priority to answer petitions about a Joe Biden tv show, but petitions about benghazi and secession are completely ignored….what planet am I on….

  2. Julie says:

    Now this is just embarrassing. This is supposed to be a pretty damn serious business, you know, running the country that is the leader of the free world. They are making it a laughing stock.

    1. Ralph says:

      This once Great Country of ours is only the laughingstock of the entire world now because of people like Joe Biden and his illegal father and the many, many stupid and/or illegal people who voted for them. That is not a joke to me, it is a travesty.

  3. TraderJo says:

    And will the theme song be “Twilight Zone?”

    Anything involving Bumbling Biden is more suited to an “unreality” show . . . .

    1. Merriel says:

      How is he going to act with his foot in his mouth? He must know how to jump on one foot because he will only have the use of one foot.

  4. Andy says:

    No money for White House tours but plenty of money for propaganda!

  5. Girard says:

    Will this run on the Cartoon Network or on Nick.?????

  6. mesaman says:

    Sorry, Bammie and the gang, can’t buy it. Syfy? Probably.. Reality? Never.

    From MSNBC, the reality show of your life; “Biden my Time”, the story of an elderly person forced to live in assisted living center, “Autumn Leaves” as he alternately recalls and fabricates tales of intrigue, treachery, debauchery, and fraud by those who surrounded him during his time of infamy. Episode One; “Not every imam has big ears and talks ebonic, but I can tolerate it if you’ll give me the presidency before I die.”

  7. L. Kennedy says:

    Amazing how Obama can find money this show, golf outings, and vacations for him and his family, and Michelle’s outings, but has to furlough people out of work.

  8. govslave says:

    A show promoting the ADA? Specifically, advocating for the mentally retarded?

  9. Herbert Finkelstein says:

    Hopefully, the promotions have Crazy Joey B running out on the balcony and popping off a few 12 gauge rounds to show how to deal with drug crazed home invading rapists.

  10. Josh C. says:

    …How exactly is it a reality TV show if it’s not airing on television?

  11. Jerry says:

    What you have against Biden? King Obama has already his food taster and he needs his court jester too.

  12. Glowjo says:

    Good old uncle joe….Always knew he’d make good… Hope he took a DVD with him as a gift to

    “OUR NEW POPE FRANCIS”…

    The Catholic Church knows what a questionable bunch is occupying the WH & this will solidify their thoughts..

  13. MickeyD says:

    This is another Re-Run TV show! Screen Gems distributed The Three Stooges years ago.
    Yuk, Yuk, Yuk!

  14. Craig says:

    Just what we need, a really high priced dog and pony show, or perhaps better described as a dog and jackass show. Well if Obama has enough money to give Egypt 250 million bucks in military hardware he can easily afford this stupid show that no on in their right mind would watch!

  15. Terry C says:

    Evidently, the V.P. has very little to do with his time and our money.

  16. sierraseven says:

    It’s not a TV show. It’s a three-minute audio clip, accompanied by a photo. Come on, folks – find out the facts before spouting all this outrage.

  17. Enough's Enough says:

    “Reality,” eh? Since when does anything HONEST result from a collaboration between this Executive Branch and the media/television business? Apparently they’ve already admitted that this won’t be a traditional reality TV show. He’ll probably be presented as if he were a genius—like what was attempted with Jimmy Carter in the late 70’s.

  18. Austin Jones says:

    That’s just like this administration. They stop tours to the White House (which does not belong to them), the Defense budget is on the chopping block. But they still have resources for a reality tv show for the most outrageous vice president in American history. I guess stupid ass joe started whining about all of the golfing stints and vacations the obamas are taking.

  19. mesaman says:

    So which network bought it? Disney? Tru? Syfy? G-4? MSNBC? These are all fantasy channels based on inaccuracies and ficticious stories. Come to think of it, this is where Biden belongs.

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