The disparity between how the media treat Biden compared with his predecessor has been laid bare again after a couple of outrageous remarks by sleepy Joe. During a live Q&A session hosted by CNN (who else?) he appeared to suggest that black and Hispanic people didn't know how to use the internet. He was responding to a question about perceived racial inequalities in the vaccine roll-out, but stumbled through his answer in typical sleepy fashion: "A lot of people don't know how to register. Not everybody in the community, in the Hispanic and the African American community particularly, and rural areas that are distant and, or, inner city districts know how to use, know how to get online to determine how to get in line for that Covid vaccination".
Imagine if Trump had said this? There would be wall-to-wall media coverage on both sides of the Atlantic, but with Biden at the helm there is silence. Click below for the clip.
Biden's clumsy remark about black and Hispanic people wasn't the only controversy arising from the CNN special. He put his foot in it seconds after he walked out, announcing during an awkward exchange with host Anderson Cooper that: "Everybody knows I like kids better than people". Wow. That statement actually sparked a smidgen of news coverage, but not for the glaringly obvious reason. Apparently some wokesters were upset at his suggestion that children were not 'people'. Funny, because most viewers would have been thinking how on earth he could be so brazen about appearing to reference his notorious antics with children over the years.
Imagine if Donald Trump had spent years sniffing children's hair and fondling them on camera only to come out and say 'everybody knows I like kids'? But with Biden it's a free pass every time, no matter what he does. The media controls the narrative, the sooner we all switch off the better.