Alyssa Farah Griffin Feels Betrayed By Biden Administration Over Debate Performance

During a recent episode of “The View,” co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin expressed her sense of betrayal by the Biden administration following the president’s lackluster debate performance. Griffin, a former White House communications director under President Trump, voiced her dismay at what she perceives as the White House misleading the public about Biden’s abilities.

Griffin’s reaction came as other co-hosts on “The View” debated how to frame Biden’s debate performance. While Joy Behar tried to compare Biden to Ronald Reagan, who was re-elected despite later being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and Ana Navarro claimed Biden was “overprepared,” Griffin focused on the gravity of Biden’s performance.

“This is historically bad, and I think we need to be awake to the stakes of it because the time is really critical,” Griffin said. She demanded greater transparency from the White House regarding Biden’s condition. “I feel duped. I feel like I’ve been told this guy’s doing gymnastics.”

Griffin’s comments reflect a broader concern among some Democrats and media figures about Biden’s mental and physical fitness. Videos of Biden’s public missteps, including reaching out to shake hands with invisible people and frequently stumbling, have intensified these concerns. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has dismissed such footage as “cheapfakes.”

The debate has intensified discussions about Biden’s viability as a candidate, with some calling for him to step aside. Griffin’s remarks highlight growing unease and a sense of betrayal among those who feel the administration has not been forthcoming about Biden’s health.