G. McConway
November 3, 2022

NYT Slammed After Story on Biden’s Gaffes

Many in the media are actually trying to do their jobs now.

After years of giving Biden a free pass, they are starting to realize that Joe Biden is not the answer in 2024.

The horde is so used to Biden being pampered, however, that stories showing up now are creating outrage on the left.

Verbal Fumbles

Joe Biden's speech on Tuesday was a complete and utter joke.

There were so many gaffes, bad ones, that the New York Times actually had an article breaking them all down.

The piece stated, "President Biden verbally fumbled during a campaign swing in Florida on Tuesday, confusing the American war in Iraq with the Russian war in Ukraine, and then he fumbled again while he tried to correct himself, misstating how his son Beau died in 2015."

The author added, "Mr. Biden, who at 79 is the oldest president in American history, has a long record of gaffes dating back to when he was a young man.

"But his misstatements have become more pronounced, and more noticed, now that he has the spotlight of the presidency constantly on him."

When senior political writer Maggie Haberman tweeted out the article, that drew even more outrage.

She was smart, however, and turned off the comments to her tweet.

University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Mark Copelovitch was among those outraged by the piece.

He stated, "1. 'Excuse me,' he said, 'the war in Ukraine.' 2. Beau very well may have died of brain cancer due to Iraq burn pit exposure. 3. 'More pronounced'...were you not alive in the 1980s/90s/00s to hear Biden?"

He continued, "4. Most of them haven't been gaffes" and added, "5. Grow up."

One of my favorite comments about the piece was, "It's really sad what you think your job is, with your giant f---ing megaphone, during an attempted fascist takeover of our democracy."

Novelist DC Petersson also chimed in, taking a shot…

These people don't even want to know the truth, nor are they willing to accept it.

They get more pathetic by the day.

Source: Fox News

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