The vast majority of the media is both actively and passively campaigning for Joe Biden. There are few adjectives that can describe the breathtaking depths to which journalism has fallen. The concept of impartiality has long since been abandoned and replaced with activist ink that spills out of once-respected institutes of journalism with the intent of forming public opinion rather than informing the public.
Recently, Joe Biden’s Campaign presented CNN a heart-warming, decade’s old picture of Biden at a Washington Redskins game with one of his young sons. In this picture, his son is wearing a Redskins stocking hat with the well-known and much-maligned redskins logo removed by photo editing. The Biden campaign admitted to doctoring the photo before submitting it to CNN for the airing of Fight for the White House: Joe Biden’s Long Journey – a special program they put on for their candidate of choice. Imagine for a moment If a photo surfaced of Donald Trump with one of his young sons wearing a Redskins hat with the logo digitally removed. CNN would have a “special program” titled, A Racist in our midst: Donald Trump’s attempt to hide his bias. As a conservative commentator and radio host, Chris Plante often says, “It’s good to be a democrat. If it weren’t for double standards, liberals would have no standards at all”.
Could Joe not find another photograph of himself with one of his sons, that didn’t require altering? He probably could have, but why bother when you know the media won’t hold you accountable for any indiscretions, and in this instance, for removing the politically charged Redskins logo from a hat you placed on your child’s head. Democrats like Biden enjoy a Mafia-like “cosa nostra” protection that media silence affords them; thus, they negotiate their political lives with a strident arrogance and don’t need to concern themselves with such details.
When it comes to ole Joey B, the media simply can’t be found, whether it’s the Me-Too movement suddenly losing its voice the moment Tara Reed, a former Biden aide, comes forward with allegations of sexual misconduct by then Delaware senator Joe Biden, or when he makes disturbing statements about little kids at the pool rubbing his hairy legs.
Remember the near-complete media blackout, no pun intended, regarding Biden’s racist remarks? For many, that question answers itself with a resounding “NO” because the media decided that zipping the lip about Joe Biden’s brand of racism is OK, as long as it helps get their guy into the oval office. It’s unimaginable that a candidate for the Presidency of the united states can say,
“What you all know, but most people don’t know. Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things,” and “If you vote for trump, you aint black.”
Not only does he actually voice this garbage, but he also does so while accusing Donald Trump of saying racist things that were not racist at all. For instance, Biden has accused Trump of being racist because he refers to the Coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China, as the China virus. If that is racist, then so it the Spanish Flu, which was named such because, at the time, it was thought to have originated in Spain. Now, experts can’t agree on the origin. Here are some others: MERS, or the middle eastern respiratory syndrome, Ebola – named for the geographical region on the Ebola river, the West Nile virus, the Guinea worm, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Marburg virus in Germany, Japanese Encephalitis, German Measles, Zika Fever. The media and Joe Biden have no problem with many viruses and diseases in history being named after the places they were thought to have originated from, but now saying “China virus” is a form of profound racism.
Biden often claims that Trump called Nazis in Charlottesville “fine people” when in fact, he said no such thing. Trump’s “good people” remark was directed at those who wanted to retain statues for historical perspective and those who wanted them removed because those statues offended certain groups. Even Jake Tapper from CNN, who is not a Trump fan in any way, shape, or form, defended Trump against the slanderous lie that the President was calling Nazis and white supremacists “fine people.”
There are as many instances of the media attempting to frame Donald Trump as a racist with no basis, as there are of them covering for the patently racist things Joe Biden has said. If you are an individual who, in the words of Dr. King, rather judge a person by the content of their character and not the color of their skin, then remember it was Joe Biden who said of Barrack Obama in 2007,
“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”
And, don’t forget the media ignored it, and by doing so, have forsaken the American people to become the propaganda arm of the democrat party.