Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Media Spent Joe Biden’s First Days Slobbering Over Him

And you thought the media went gaga for Barack.
Wednesday wasn’t just Inauguration Day. As depicted by most major news networks and outlets, it was The Greatest Day in History since the end of WWII, wall-to-wall coverage from morning till night in praise of our dear leader Joe Biden.
Kim Jong-Il would kill for this kind of coverage.
“I’m a faucet that can’t turn off!” said MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who told her audience she’d already gone through half a box of Kleenex, so overjoyed she was.
And it wasn’t just openly liberal pundits slavering over Biden.
“America’s happy ending,” said John Dickerson, CBS news reporter and “60 Minutes” correspondent.
“Papa-in-chief,” said Byron Pitts at ABC News.
Al Roker got a fist-bump. The next morning on “Today,” Savannah and Hoda and Jenna Bush Hager were as giddy as newlyweds.
Not to mention the 90-minute inauguration night primetime special “Celebrating America,” which aired on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and MSNBC, headlined by none other than Tom Hanks and Bruce Springsteen.
All this, let’s be real, over a middling career politician, a creature of the swamp with a troublesome record on race and women’s rights (refusing to apologize for his treatment of Anita Hill during Clarence Thomas’s confirmation hearing) — not to mention sniffing women’s necks and hair or granting unwanted shoulder massages — a guy whose eight years as Obama’s VP got him a last-minute endorsement from Obama, who behind the scenes reportedly warned party leaders to “never underestimate Joe’s ability to f—k things up.”
Joe Biden, who seems to have difficulty remembering things or stringing sentences together. A candidate in a do-or-die election who spent the bulk of 2020 in the basement. A candidate selected because he seemed like the most electable — not the best, just good enough.
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