Coronavirus stimulus check from Biden: Video showing Biden …
Coronavirus stimulus check from Biden: Video showing Biden …

Coronavirus stimulus check from Biden: Video showing Biden …

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People want more coronavirus stimulation checks from Biden, but so far the president has shown no interest in it. In the last few days, however, a video of Biden talking about stimulus checks has gone viral on the Internet. If you have also seen this video and think that new stimulus checks are coming, then you will be disappointed to know that this video is fake.

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What does video of Biden claim?

This video has been posted on a Facebook page called “Care First Homes”, which has only 830 followers.

“We came across this in the news last night and were so happy. My friend also called me this morning and told me about the good news for medicare holders in the US. All I did was enter [sic] my zip on the website and confirmed my medicare details and now we get $ 2880 back. Just check the zip on the website! “The post says.

The video shows Biden announcing the next wave of stimulus checks.

“Some people in the country will start seeing the direct deposits in their bank accounts this weekend, and payments to eligible Americans will continue over the next few weeks,” Biden is seen saying in the video.

The video even includes a clip where Biden appears to be signing an executive order. In addition to announcing Biden coronavirus stimulation checks, the post also claims that Medicare recipients will receive over $ 2,800.

Although this video goes viral, it is fake as there are no new federal stimulus checks coming. In addition, the $ 2,800 requirement for Medicare recipients also appears to be false.

Coronavirus stimulus check from Biden: Are they coming?

This video is not an official White House video, and even Facebook has labeled it “missing context”. In fact, these video recordings have been edited from a speech given by Biden at the UN climate conference last November. Even the sound in the video is out of sync with Biden’s lips, suggesting that an imitator mimics his speaking style.

You can find the original video of Biden’s COP26 speech on the C-SPAN website. The video has the same flag alignment in the background, and even Biden’s tie is the same. In addition, the clip showing Biden signing an executive order from February 24, 2021, in which he signed an order regarding a global shortage of electronic chips.

Another proof that the video is fake is that it uses comments from a March 2021 video of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki commenting on stimulus control.

“This is of course only the first wave, but … some people in the country will start seeing the direct payments in their back account this weekend. And payments to eligible Americans will continue over the next few weeks,” Psaki said in the video .

Updated February 18, 2022 at. 9:49

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