It’s almost official. Joe Biden has lost his only friend, the liberal media. Now it’s just a matter of time before he gets shoved under a political bus. Of course, after the midterms. So he can get the blame for that and Harris can supposedly start fresh.
Corporate Media TURNS on Biden— Drops PROOF Joe was in on Hunter's CORRUPT dealings ALL ALONG
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) July 6, 2022
Fox: “CNN, The New York Times, The Hill and NBC News have recently highlighted criticism of President Biden from members of his own party in the wake of the Supreme Court’s abortion decision and Democrats facing potentially difficult midterms in the fall.
The Hill reported Wednesday that Biden was finding himself to be “powerless” in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in addition to several other issues hammering the administration.”
“It’s infuriating,” a Democratic ace told the Hill. “Our house is on fire, and it seems like they’re doing nothing to put the fire out. They’re just watching it with the rest of us.”
Another pro told Politico that Biden was into the “administrative part of the job” not the political side during a period when the Democrats are “thirsty for political clarity and leadership.”
The report mentions that while Biden’s “hands are largely tied” when it comes to mass shootings, the high prices of gas and high inflation, Democrats remain upset.
A Democrat congressman told the outlet that it was “almost like he’s hiding. He has the bully pulpit, and he’s either hiding behind it or under it. I don’t know where he is.” He also said Biden’s approval rating is “in the toilet.”
Fox News pundit Joe Concha told press that “attempting to defend this administration on inflation, gas prices, the border, and crime — where this team’s handling of those issues is polling in the 20s, is a potentially humiliating task. So now without its arguably biggest ally in the media, Team Biden has nowhere to go but down,” he said.
One Democrat admits their midterm message is weak. “That message will revolve around painting the Republican Party as extreme and doing things that are actively hurting peoples’ lives. Is there a strong enough message now? Probably not.”
Howard Kurtz, one of the best political minds in America, comments, “As for Biden, it’s practically a feeding frenzy right now. Ever since the New York Times opened the door to questions about the president’s age and fitness for another term, more Democrats are going on the record questioning whether a second bid is a good idea. The headlines range from the Atlantic (“Why Biden Shouldn’t Run in 2024,” “Is Biden a Man Out of His Time?”) to CNN (“‘I Want Him to Throw Some Punch’: Why Some Dems Are Frustrated with Biden”). No wonder sources told the Times that the president and his team see the speculation as “a lack of respect from their party and the press.”