The legacy media is turning on Joe Biden. Check out WaPo today. πŸ‘€
Β· Sep 13, 2023 Β·

The mainstream media has all of a sudden started throwing Joe Biden under the bus.

This latest column from the Washington Post is just the latest in criticisms of Biden as the 2024 election looms:

After beginning the story with an embarrassing song of praise to dear leader Joe Biden, WaPo's columnist David Ignatius comes to the crux of the matter:

But I don't think Biden and Vice President Harris should run for reelection. It's painful to say that, given my admiration for much of what they have accomplished. But if he and Harris campaign together in 2024, I think Biden risks undoing his greatest achievement β€” which was stopping Trump.

The polls are so bad for Biden, and his age is such a liability, that Washington Post writers are truly afraid that he's going to lose to Donald Trump in 2024.

So they are BEGGING him not to run.

And David Ignatius is not alone.

I mean, even Joe Scarborough is admitting that Joe Biden is simply too old to run against Donald Trump:

"Just to answer David's question," Scarborough jumped in. "Mika and I, everybody, we talk to, every political discussion, all it talks a lot about Trump, but when it comes to Joe Biden, people say, β€˜Man, he's too old to run. He's, and I mean, he's not going to; he's not really going to run…'"

"When I say every discussion, I don't mean 99% of the discussion. Every discussion," he said. "I asked Reverend Al if he was hearing it all the time on our show this past week. He's hearing it as well."

The MSNBC folks all know that Joe Biden is unwell and not healthy enough to run.

Has the memo gone out? Are the corporate media joining ranks against Joe Biden to make way for someone else like Gavin Newsom?

Or do they just see the writing on the wall?

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