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It has been a jarring week for Joe Biden as he visits two storm-ravaged areas in between his stops for fundraisers, before kiting to Delaware — again. During one money party, he dropped some rather unsettling words, and once again, the Joe Biden administration had to correct Joe Biden’s comments. And once again, the media is disinterested in this glaring disconnect.
Then I address the coverage coming out of Florida in the hurricane aftermath as the press continues to look for problems and look for ways to avoid covering progress being made. Then, for the Weekend Document Dump™, there is new New York Times confusion, more Politifact truth-avoidance, and Chris Cuomo makes a curious move to re-establish his credibility.
Now crack one open and savor some more media mayhem.
- Joe Biden predicts the end of the world. His WH says “no big whoop.”
- The media watches Biden’s administration repeatedly contradict Biden’s words and sees no problem.
- The President now begs Venezuela for oil. Good luck finding a critical analysis in the press.
- Good news in Florida’s recovery efforts? Better not report on that!
- The media forgot they were supposed to be outraged about shoes during a hurricane relief visit.
- New York Times suggests that Florida deserves no help because Republicans did not outlaw hurricanes.
- Politico resorts to the strictest map technicality to call DeSantis a liar.
- Somehow NY Times manages to debunk itself, within one day, and with the same reporter.
- JD Vance has a fully accurate campaign ad questioned when Politifact adds details from six years earlier.
- Chris Cuomo kicks off his rehab effort by hosting another disgraced media veteran.