Members of the “Fake News” media are fawning over Biden’s first Congressional this week, calling remarks “direct, conversational, and under-stated.”
CNN White House correspondent had this to say about Biden’s address:
veterans, single moms,
poor kids, those suddenly without jobs and health care
Biden grounding his speech in plain, non-political, non-ideological language invoking the people he wants to help
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) April 29, 2021
Few attended the Wednesday snooze-fest in which Biden voiced support for restricting Second Amendment rights and spending America into total collapse. e
“America is on the move again,” reported our cognitively-challenged president.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 29, 2021
CNN wasn’t alone in their adulation of Biden’s mediocre ramblings. Other journalists flocked to twitter to sing their praises:
Hearing it all laid out, it’s pretty astonishing how much has tangibly changed in Americans’ lives in the first 100 days of this presidency.
More than a million new jobs. $1400 checks. And most importantly, vaccines now available to every American.
— Charlotte Alter (@CharlotteAlter) April 29, 2021
Again, some of this is good timing, but the jobs numbers he’s touting now are actually unprecedented. And lots of the criticism on the right/business press is that the economy is growing too fast!
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) April 29, 2021
Joe Biden is absolutely correct in saying tonight that January 6 was “the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.”
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) April 28, 2021
Some liberal news pundits made their enigmatic comments while viewing the speech live on-air.
NBC’s Andrea Mitchell hails Biden’s #JointAddress as “a remarkable speech” that “spoke about white supremacy” as “a real threat and the worst terror threat to America” as well as one that “was so passionate about human rights.” pic.twitter.com/aOIZGJBZmB
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) April 29, 2021
The media’s reaction largely fell in line with how Democratic lawmakers also lauded the president and his speech, characterizing his leadership as historic and a welcomed change from former President Donald Trump’s administration.
— US Rep Brendan Boyle (@RepBrendanBoyle) April 29, 2021
America is on the move again. #JointSession
— Congressman Bill Foster (@RepBillFoster) April 29, 2021
Author: Lucien Bly