Joe Biden’s cat and other key issues of the day – Boston Herald


If only the media had excited President Trump’s Middle East peace treaty as Joe Biden’s potential new cat, we might be able to take them seriously.

But unfortunately, the successes of the Trump administration in foreign policy, judicial reform and job creation have not tickled CNN’s fashion as much as the news of a future cat in the White House.

If Biden chooses a really cute cat, he might get a Nobel Peace Prize for his adoption.

But it’s not just the cats that are responsible for Joe’s faint press echo.

Dogs also play a vital role!

Oh, did you miss that latest news?

Biden saw a funky sock play sports at a recently approved printing house without question.

Jennifer Epstein, a political reporter for Bloomberg News, tweeted, “George HW Bush was known for his socks, maybe Biden will be too? Today he wore dark blue socks adorned with lighter blue dogs. (Yes, you can tweet about a lot of more meaningful things, but sometimes we can have fun.)

Fun, like politeness, is feasible and even encouraged when a Democrat is in the White House.

Other light stories that are likely to return now that the Biden are in office?

I’m sure the stories about the president’s playlists will return to the scene (full of musicians and songs that Joe has definitely never heard of).

The magazines will no doubt feature flattering pieces about Dr. Jill’s down-to-earth fashion finds.

Who knows, maybe President Obama will return to the White House to shoot some BuzzFeed sketches with Joe.

The left is desperately pushing for this imminent “normal return”.

In reality, it simply returns to hero worship.

The only difference is that America has been watching Donald Trump for four years.

The bloating after the orange man makes the bias of the press much clearer.

Of course, there were some awkward softball under Obama’s rule.

CNN’s bravest correspondent, Jim Acosta, once asked this 44 question: “I wanted to ask you what some people say was“ your best week ”last week.

But even with these very worthwhile moments in mind, it’s no question that Biden’s coverage is in a tournament of his own.

Compared to Biden, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were pushed through the gate by the press.

When most candidates were asked about the laptop of a criminal child from hell – Joe Biden was asked about his blending preferences.

The press tried to feign fairness with other Democratic frontrunners, but they knew Biden’s candidacy could not handle any heat.

Biden, who was extremely weak and flawed, needed the press to roll over the finish line.

And according to their own statements, they succeeded.

President-elect Joe Biden fantasizes about “knocking Trump out of hell” or taking him behind the “gym”.

Now the former vice president has much more important things to do – such as introducing a new day for America and healing the division in our country.

I thought a media victory would take the media off their feet because of a Biden victory.

If an MSNBC-approved candidate wins as they continue to insist, can’t they pretend to be journalists?

The short answer apparently is not.

MSNBC staff member Yamiche Alcindor, when discussing Biden’s team, which includes John Kerry and Antony Blinken, said: “The other thing I’m just saying is that I was talking to a Democrat who just said it felt the same way. himself as the Avengers, it felt like we were saved from this madness we’ve all been through for the past four years, and now here are the superheroes coming and saving us all. ”

DNC cheerleaders do not back down. If anything doubles.

The press has no time to worry about Hunter Biden’s laptop, voter fraud, or Joe’s cognitive decline.

Can you scold them? They are in hairy bombs, funky socks and black and white fraps up to their eyeballs.

Joe Biden saved him from nothing.

But the press certainly saved him.