A few stories this AM you may have missed
(or maybe the MSM just didn’t cover).
So Joe Biden unscripted is really dangerous. From yesterday he said:
— “Poor kids are just as bright, just as talented, as white kids”. Then realizing what he said he added: “Wealthy kids, black kids, Asian kids, no I really mean it, but think how we think about it.”
If a Republican did this would you have seen it on the media? Maybe a lead story?
— Then he mixed things up by saying “we choose truth over facts”. Wait, what? Did you see coverage?
— Then for the second time recently he confused Theresa May with Margaret Thatcher. Again he stopped and pivoted and began talking of Angela Markel.
Imagine if this were President Trump.
The MSM did not think any of these were news worthy as far as I saw.
Now yesterday the Democratic candidates continued their portrayal of the President as a White Supremacist. Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke were highly visible in the media with their comments and charges. Plenty of coverage. All I could think of listening to them was this.
Calling someone biased and a racist is as bad as you can charge someone. To call the leader of the country this, is so divisive and negative. Then I thought:
The President is probably as much a white supremacist as Elizabeth Warren is Indian and Beto (Robert Francis) O’Rourke is Hispanic.
Remember when the President threatened tariffs on Mexico if they didn’t help with border control? Remember how negative the press was on him about that? Well with the new numbers are out and illegal crossings are down 24%. Any of them apologizing for being wrong? Are they even covering it as they should?
Did you see what the President said about Europe, in particular Macron and the Iran situation? He accused France’s leader with “sending mixed signals to them” (Iran) and said “the U.S. will speak for itself”. He later tweeted:
“I know Emmanuel means well, as do all others, but nobody speaks for the United States but the United States itself”.
I still say this is their issue (Europe and Japan) and they should either stand with us, fight on their own or get out of the way.
The candidates qualifying for the next Democratic debate is up to nine.
Andrew Yang earned 2 percent support in a new poll, adding him to the list. He joins, Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’Rourke, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren.
Julian Castro, and Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard are getting close.
Have a great weekend.