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Media Writes Love Notes To Joe Biden

Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette. The author of this post is David Kamioner.

    Normal people would be embarrassed to publicly display this kind of intimate emotion. It's childish and bespeaks the same kind of cult of personality worship that would put any QAnon loon to shame.

    But normalcy or shame had nothing to do with the media's coverage of Wednesday's inauguration. That would be better listed under the categories of self-abasement and ideological groveling. There's a new boy at MSM Junior High and the media just can't get over how dreamy he is, thus fulfilling their function as soberminded guardians of the Republic. So here we bring you, courtesy of FNC, myriad examples of media emoting all over themselves, for themselves, and in service to themselves.

    "What a great love story between Jill Biden and Joe Biden," MSNBC host Joy Reid said at one point. "It's a wonderful story, and we haven't had a love story in the White House in four years." Ah yes, because Joy knows the inside details of the Trump marriage.

    "Reid also said the "old America" had lost the 2020 election and hoped "new America" "wins the war." Not quite Joy. "New America" won one battle. As long as freedom has a chance in America, this war will go on.

    "God bless Joe Biden. This is a truly deeply religious man with incredible compassion, and he's got a great partner in Kamala Harris, Reid added." Really? I thought the Left hated to mix religion and politics. Well, so do I. Though my views don't vary administration to administration.

    "NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss said the country had a "happy ending" (that joke is waaay too easy to write) with Biden's victory. "This is Joe Biden's day, but actually it's not Joe Biden's day. It's the country's day," gushed CBS' John Dickerson." Ah, so only Democrats live in the country. Right, we get it.

    "I can finally feel myself beginning to unclench my jaw, drop my shoulders, and exhale," author Jill Filipovic wrote for an opinion piece published by CNN." Perhaps she should try a chiropractor.

    "CNN's David Chalian set the tone for the liberal network Tuesday when he proclaimed the lights on the National Mall's reflecting pool were like "extensions of Joe Biden's arms embracing America." Wow. Read that again. Wow. Chalian is a stone cold lunatic with a man crush.

    "Atlantic staff writer Edward-Isaac Dovere fondly recalled "Kamala Harris's hair blowing in the wind as she took the oath" of office as vice president as "[o]ne of the simple, enduring images of the day." Another was the saliva dripping off that writer's drool bucket.

    "These adoring takes are really just the tip of the iceberg as far as the praise TV journalists had for Biden's inauguration," MRC media editor Bill D'Agostino wrote. "It's not as though anyone actually expected TV newsrooms across America to cover today's inauguration objectively. But boy, did they lay it on thick."


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