Ingraham: Biden and media seek Russia conflict to cover for failing presidency

As inflation and crime soars, coronavirus continues and polls tank, Biden’s political and media allies are desperate to change the subject, she said.

“More than a month ago, President Biden assured a very war-weary nation that putting troops in or around Ukraine was not on the table. Well, now it looks like that’s right up there with the other promises he made, like if you get vaxxed, you can go back to normal and just 100 days of masking,” she said.

“Anyone paying attention to Biden’s presser last week heard the sounds of the war-drums beating [as] the media desperately wants to get off the raging crime, raging COVID, raging inflation story that’s driven Biden to another new low in the polls today.”

Ingraham added that some of Biden’s media allies couldn’t do a better job of trashing and undermining the United States if it were Vladimir Putin himself.

FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin gives a thumbs-up as he attends a foundation-laying ceremony for the third reactor of the Akkuyu nuclear plant in Turkey.

FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin gives a thumbs-up as he attends a foundation-laying ceremony for the third reactor of the Akkuyu nuclear plant in Turkey. (Sputnik/Alexei Druzhinin/Kremlin via REUTERS  ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY./File Photo)

Putin doesn’t even need to spend money crippling Washington, D.C. when our own press corps does it for free,” Ingraham remarked.

“The media has helped Putin by supporting policies to increase the price of oil and gas. Now, most Americans understand that cheap energy is bad for Russia. But the media doesn’t want Americans to have cheap energy. They’ve done everything possible to stop drilling and to smear the fracking revolution that promises energy independence.”

“Soaring energy prices are helping Putin buy more weapons. The media have undermined our military readiness now for years, we suffered disaster after disaster in Afghanistan, capped by the utter failure to successfully end that war,” she continued.

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