Y por qué? Bien, they finally figured it out, Biden sucks harder than Brian Stelter trying to drink a shamrock shake through a crazy straw. So no one in the media is going to suck up anymore. They suddenly discovered objectivity, once he became objectively the worst president of the past 100 años. Although we’re being told the president has done everything he can.
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE, MAYO 31: The president has done everything that he can… [los] President is doing everything that he can to make sure that we address this issue.
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE, JUNE 7: We’ll see. We’ll see what we can do. But I can’t make any promises.
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE, JUNE 2: We can build on what we’ve already done. I just want to make sure people also know what we’ve done… We don’t have anything to preview for you for tomorrow… Also, don’t have an estimate for you and haven’t seen the numbers.
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE, JUNE 1: He is doing everything that he can to make sure that we take action, and we have been doing that 24/7… Feel free to reach out to me and we will do everything that we can… I don’t have a policy update on that, but I know to tell you, now as I’ve been saying, we are doing everything that we can possibly.
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE, JUNE 6: We’re going to continue to do everything that we can. I don’t have anything to preview for you.
Oh. At least she has a can do attitude, as in can do nothing. It’s not fair really, it sucks to have her job. I’d rather be the maid who changes Amber Heard’s sheets. This poor lady, all she can do is say, “we’re doing all we can do,” and suddenly you’re in deep all you can do do. It’s a pun on poop. Surprised, surprised to hear that here, eh? We never do. We never do that —-.
A new Fox News poll shows just 18% say the economy is excellent or good. Por cierto, the margin of error for that poll is plus or minus 100 —- por ciento. No one ever says that. No one ever says that. Plus or -3%, —- usted. That leaves 82% in agreement that Biden’s economy is about as shaky as me at a dry wedding. But I’ve said it before, obtener 82% of anyone to agree on anything is tough.
Although take a look at this chart, Si 82% think I can kick Rob Long’s ass and even more would pay to see it.
ROB LONG: mmm, Espere, De Verdad?
sí, you got to give the people what they want Rob.
ROB LONG: Recuerda, I fight dirty.
sí, I’m looking forward to it, behind the dumpster. So poor Joe’s performance is so bad, even his staunchest supporters are turning on him. quiero decir, we know there are whispers.
DON LEMON JUNE 15: We know that there are whispers, and we interview the president, we watch him in press conferences, we watch him do interviews on, he was on “Jimmy Kimmel” the other night and quite frankly, I had trouble following him. He wasn’t, his answers are not succinct.
MSNBC: You don’t want the president of your party sitting at 40% or slightly below 40%. That’s terrible, like there’s no other way to cut it and Democrats know that.
CNN: When he does badly, when he stumbles, you get nervous and you wonder, is it just a stutter? Is he tired or something else there?
Keep up the good work, José, and you’ll lose the 2024 nomination to Jimmy Carter.
So this might make you think there’s a media shift going on, but is it really? And if it is, what’s the real reason for it?
Bien, when it comes to mainstream media and their motivations, just picture rats swimming away from the Titanic.
Primero, there’s financial incentive, ratings at other networks are plummeting faster than Joe’s teeth in the bottom of a glass at bedtime, especially CNN’s, their numbers are dropping faster than a hooker’s blood pressure after being rolled up in one of Hunter’s old area rugs.
quiero decir, it’s not true, as far as we know it’s not true.
And that means you could be fired if you don’t get those ratings back up. Ver, poor Brian Stelter, his show is hilariously titled “Fuentes fiables,” the irony is as thick as his powdered sugar covered sausage fingers. Por qué? That was a compliment. It had its lowest rating in like three years and according to sources, Stelter is down to weeks, if not days left at CNN and that saddens me.
Como sabes, when Chris Cuomo was sacked, perdí 57% of my content for my show. y porque compartimos un nombre que ciudad y condado 43% was all Stelter and of that 43%, 85% was saturated fat. Todavía, he was all, he was my all-you-can-eat buffet, a place that offered second and third helpings of comedic gold.
So if he goes away, what do I do? Las noticias? Diablos no, news is for suckers. Take that Brett Baier. sí, yeah we’ve got a “Reporte especial,” for you, and it’s about farts.
And now you got CNN’s new boss telling his anchors to stop using the phrase “big lie” to describe election fraud claims. He claims it sounds too much like White House messaging, as if that ever mattered.
Bien, it matters now when the guy you’re ripping off for content is as toxic as a fentanyl filled fajita. I like alliteration.
So a lot of media people are starting to drop their big lies because they need to pay off that mortgage for the house, the second house, the soundproofed leather playroom constructed under the floorboards, a shout-out to Don Lemon.
And as you just saw, Don really pivoted, going from always calling Republicans “racista” to now saying Joe is “nuts.” We haven’t seen a transformation like that since Bruce Jenner went from hurdles to girdles. Caitlin will be on on Monday, so that’s a three-day tease. I’m looking forward to it.