With Biden being inaugurated mere hours ago, the media has already begun their four-year gush-fest for the Democrat President, with one reporter heaping effusive praise and likening Biden’s speech to hearing scripture.
CBS Reporter Major Garrett, who is the Chief Washington correspondent, doused Biden with praise and then set him on fire with his love, saying that his speech was similar to a “homily” that a priest would give and was like “something from the bible”.
The beginning had a soaring rhetoric. A tiny bit at the end. The middle it sounded like a homily. A breaking down of all this big language to simple colloquial terms. ‘I’m just talking to you. I’m in this vaunted position.’ But like a priest explaining something from the Bible or something. ‘I’m breaking it down for you so we can all have a common language and a common understanding.’”
There’s a reason they say the mainstream media is the marketing arm of the Democratic Party. Get ready for a whole lot more of this.
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