The media is finally calling out Biden’s failures.
CBS’s Debra Alfarone said that there is a “disconnect” between the pictures from Kabul and the messaging of the Biden administration.
CBS gently tapping Biden this morning: “The Biden administration has spent the entire week trying to reassure the public that everything is under control. But to say there is a disconnection between that message and the pictures coming out of Kabul would be an understatement.” pic.twitter.com/HfhQg5Ok8t
— Tim Graham (@TimJGraham) August 21, 2021
Even CNN has called out Biden.
CNN’s Jake Tapper said that it was “shocking that President Biden could’ve been so wrong” on Afghanistan.
Jake Tapper: We are “watching a tragic foreign policy disaster unfold before our eyes…The rapid crumbling of [Afghanistan] has caught the Biden White House flat footed.”
“It seems shocking that President Biden could’ve been so wrong” pic.twitter.com/Vw3Vr6VkNq
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 15, 2021
Tucker Carlson isn’t buying it.
Last night on his show, Tucker Carlson issued a warning.
He pointed out that they have covered up for Biden since he began his run for President.
Tucker said, “something else is going on here.”
Tucker Carlson found it strange on Friday that CNN has been criticizing President Joe Biden on Afghanistan.
Carlson said Biden’s allies are attacking him “openly and very aggressively,” highlighting CNN in particular and very critical reporting from Clarissa Ward in Kabul.
He told viewers that clip is significant because “CNN is a political organization, its anchors and reporters don’t decide for themselves what to say on camera, they are told what to say, they are told in highly specific terms every weekday morning on a wall with their commander, Jeff Zucker.”
Tucker says he doesn’t buy the media’s recent criticism of Biden. “Something else is going on here,” he says.
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) August 21, 2021
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