Apparently, in the new, post-Trump era media, it’s perfectly acceptable for the newly installed President of the United States to joke about running over a journalist with his vehicle.

During a phony photo-op at a Ford plant in Dearborn, Michigan, Joe Biden, America’s new punchline, apparently didn’t want to be asked about the Israeli-Palestine conflict by a reporter.

As Joe was pretending to drive a vehicle, a female reporter leaned in and asked, “Mr. Biden, can I ask you a quick question about Israel?” to which Biden replied: “No, you can’t—not unless you get in front of the car as I step on it!”

Remember the old days when Congress would have impeached a certain President of the United States for telling a journalist whose question he didn’t want to answer to stand in front of the vehicle where he was sitting in the driver’s seat, so he could hit the gas and run her over?

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