He even went so far as to call Biden criticism a “fratricide” questo è “likely stoked by the press” because the media love “a ‘Dems-in-disarray’ story and would love a presidential primary.”
Milbank cited The Post, Politico, and CNN for having reported on liberals’ mounting critiques of the Biden Administration, specificamente, “complaining about the president’s failure to channel outrage.”
Milbank begged to differ, citing examples of Biden “heatedly and repeatedly” participating in America’s culture wars.
“Biden has been hammering DeSantis, per esempio, for his ‘hateful’ ‘don’t say gay’ bill, for ‘book burnings’ and ‘trying to ban books, even math books,’ and for a ‘dangerous’ abortion bill eroding ‘women’s constitutional rights,'” scrisse.
He also seemed to call out liberal vanguard politician Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) for having “I presentatori a tarda notte continuano la furia dei media contro Ron DeSantis per i commenti sulla maschera” Biden for “failing to ‘come to terms’ with the ‘crisis of our democracy.’”
The opinion columnist defended Biden by reminding readers of times the president was “criticized for being too caldo,” like his Bull Connor comparisons regarding voting rights and “per l'amor di Dio” rants about gun control.
He promoted the president’s rhetoric condemning pro-life politics:
“On the abortion ruling, he decried the ‘terrible, extreme decision,’ the ‘destabilizing’ effect of ‘the outrageous behavior of the Supreme Court,’ and the “realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error by the Supreme Court.’ He shared ‘the public outrage at this extremist court that’s committed to moving America backwards.’”