The Willing Puppet

President Joe Biden walks away after briefly talking with reporters before he and first lady Jill Biden board Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. Jill Biden is having surgery to remove a small lesion found above her right eye during a routine skin cancer screening (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Last week, CBS broke the story of Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents. CNN has been calling for a special counsel to investigate this scandal. Newsweek ran a story quoting Democrat Senator Debbie Stabenow, saying that Biden’s document scandal was “embarrassing”. ABC News quoted Representative Adam Schiff claiming that Biden’s mishandling of classified documents could have national security implications. On MSNBC, Representative Ilhan Omar said that she was “glad that there is a special prosecutor that’s been appointed to investigate this.”  The White House press corps has been grilling Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre with questions about this scandal, like they used to grill President Trump’s press secretaries about everything. Even Vanity Fair and the Huffington Post have covered this story without pulling punches, and without offering excuses.

Some have claimed that the media is finally turning on Joe Biden. That observation tells us everything we need to know about the legacy media. The media should never be allied with a politician to the extent that they could actually “turn” on him. The relationship between the media and the politicians they cover should be cordial, but adversarial, reporting the facts in an unbiased manner. In cases like this, the media should always follow the evidence which will lead to either his guilt or innocence, but rarely they do.

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