New York Times Dashes Joe Biden’s 2024 Hopes to Run
6 Devastating Articles
The New York Times has attempted to damage President Joe Biden’s reelection bid by writing six hit pieces in the last month.
For a publication that strongly supported Joe Biden’s candidacy in 2020 and did not confirm the authenticated “laptop from hell” until a year after Biden came into office, the Times has become very hostile towards Biden. The criticisms have ranged from Biden’s lack of response to mass shootings and the Supreme Court’s recent rulings to articles about Biden’s elderly age and lack of Democrat support.
On June 11, Reid J. Epstein and Jennifer Medina of the Times wrote an article titled “Should Biden Run in 2024? Democratic Whispers of ‘No’ Start to Rise.” The article took aim at Biden by highlighting Democrats’ frustration and doubt about “the president’s ability to rescue his reeling party and take the fight to Republicans”:
On June 27, the Times‘ Jonathan Martin and Biden Irked by Democrats Who Won’t Take ‘Yes’ for an Answer on 2024.” The article focused on the White House trying to “tamp down speculation about plans to seek re-election, while aides say President Biden is bristling at the persistent questions”:
On June 28, the Times‘ writer Shane Goldmacher penned an article titled “Democrats Press the White House for a More Assertive Response to Roe’s Fall.” The article slammed Biden for a “painfully inadequate” response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade:
On July 7, the Times‘ writer Frank Bruni wrote an opinion article titled “Joe Biden Had Better Pay Attention.” The piece focused on Biden’s weak response to gun violence in the Democrat-controlled city of Chicago but gave the paper an excuse to slam Biden for the “crisis of confidence around” the president:
On July 9, the Times‘ Peter Baker wrote an article titled “At 79, Biden Is Testing the Boundaries of Age and the Presidency.” The article ripped the president for his “plans to run for a second term” while “his age has become an uncomfortable issue for him and his party”:
On July 11, the Times‘ Shane Goldmacher wrote a second negative article about Biden titled “Most Democrats Don’t Want Biden in 2024, New Poll Shows.” The article chronicled the Times/Siena College polling, which revealed only one percent of voters view Biden’s economy as excellent. It also noted that few Democrats approve of Biden:
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