For a long, long time we’ve witnessed the mainstream media go from organizations founded on journalistic integrity to nothing more than propaganda makers who will grovel before their Democratic Party overlords and lick their proverbial boots clean in order to get a few “good boy” pats on the head. It’s rather pathetic, but more than that, it’s dangerous. Networks like CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, and many others have large audiences that consume their content. Unfortunately, not many who read and watch the news coming from these companies exercises due diligence and discernment, believing the narratives spun by propagandists looking to push an agenda.
These same individuals head to the polls during elections and cast ballots based on the information they are provided by the media. And that’s how we got Joe Biden as president. Well, that’s not the only reason he won, but alas, we shall not delve into other, not-so-savory methods of winning political races because that’s beyond the scope of this article.
What we will discuss, however, is how the White House is now pleading with their lackeys in the mainstream media to help them defend President Joe Biden against the impeachment inquiry that has been introduced in the House this week. Collusion at it’s worst, ladies and gentlemen.
According to the Daily Wire’s latest report:
Ian Sams, a White House spokesman, issued a memo to editorial leadership at U.S. news organizations that insisted the time has come for the “media to ramp up its scrutiny of House Republicans for opening an impeachment inquiry based on lies.” The memo argues that House Republicans “haven’t been able to turn up any evidence of the President doing anything wrong” and lists some comments from GOP officials expressing skepticism about the impeachment endeavor.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) announced the formal impeachment inquiry against Biden on Tuesday, noting that Republicans have uncovered “serious and credible allegations into President Biden’s conduct — a culture of corruption.”
In a follow-up letter to colleagues, McCarthy outlined the various pieces of evidence GOP investigators have gathered over the past several months — including bank records and testimony — and announced a “special conference” with committee chairs on Thursday.
Rep. James Comer, a Kentucky Republican now serving as the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, has been handed the responsibility of leading this new impeachment effort against Biden alongside Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, the Judiciary Chairman, and Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith, a Missouri member of the GOP.
On Tuesday, the three congressman pout out a collective statement that said Republicans in the House have “uncovered an overwhelming amount of evidence showing President Joe Biden lied to the American people about his knowledge and participation in his family’s influence peddling schemes.”
The Daily Wire then revealed that the Biden administration has put together a “war room” made up of several dozen lawyers, legislative aides, and communications staffers to help fight against the investigation into the president and his family’s business activities. Not surprisingly, before the ink was even dry on the impeachment inquiry request, Democrats in the House gathered behind their clueless leader.
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House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, a New York Democrat, stated during a press conference that there is not “a shred of evidence that President Joe Biden has engaged in wrongdoing.” He then added that Democrats “will defend President Biden until the very end.”
To state there’s not a “shred of evidence” Biden has been involved in any sort of illegal, unethical shenanigans is a bald-faced lie. There’s plenty. But the issue is getting people to take it seriously and actually hold the president and his family members accountable for the corruption they have engaged in ever since Biden served as the vice president.
Some in the media appear to be already embracing the idea that Republicans lack evidence warranting an impeachment inquiry. The New York Times, for instance, said, “Republicans have found no evidence of financial wrongdoing or corruption by the president, but said they have received enough information to warrant more investigation.”
A member of the press got into some verbal fisticuffs with Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Scott Perry on Tuesday after he shared several examples of what House Republicans have discovered leading up to the inquiry. The reporter swore up and down that the “American people can’t see that. They think it’s political revenge.”
Perry’s responded by saying, “Because you don’t report on it.”