The mainstream media will print anything to save the illegitimately elected Joe Biden from crashing and burning.
The hellish trajectory of Biden’s presidency has culminated in yet another military blunder in which the cognitively deficient commander in chief was unable to solve. Don’t you worry though, the propaganda wing for the Democrat Party is out in full force to take advantage of the world’s latest tragedy.
CBS News was particularly brazen this week with their propagandistic efforts to shield Biden from criticism for the disastrous economy he oversees.
[source: The Daily Caller]
The fake news outlet published a story this week seeking to suddenly shift the blame for the Biden Administration’s supply-chain issues onto the growing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
The U.S. economy has been hit with increased gas prices, inflation, and supply-chain issues due to the Ukraine crisis. https://t.co/d9dwXWpcvf
— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 23, 2022
The narrative shift on inflation and gas prices caused critics to lambast the outlets for pushing “state-run” “propaganda” after previously acknowledging the growing inflation, gas prices, and supply-chain issues plaguing the Biden Administration.
Republican Florida Rep. Byron Donalds said the CBS tweet should be labeled “misinformation” by Twitter. “Increased gas prices, inflation, and supply-chain issues already exist because of terrible economic policy from the Biden Administration,” Donalds added.
.@Twitter, I need you to label this tweet from @CBSNews as misinformation. Increased gas prices, inflation, and supply-chain issues already exist because of terrible economic policy from the Biden Administration. https://t.co/xMSn9itDEQ
— Byron Donalds (@ByronDonalds) February 23, 2022
New York Times best-selling author Carol Roth asked CBS, “Do you feel any shame?” Her comment has received over 11,000 likes.
Do you feel any shame?
— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) February 23, 2022
Republican Georgia U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker joined others blasting the outlet for attempting to blame Russia despite the supply-chain issues beginning long before the Biden Administration warned of a Russian invasion into Ukraine.
Does the media think we are stupid? Inflation has nothing to do with Ukraine and everything to do with President Biden’s policies.
Is Ukraine also to blame for crime, the border, and the mandates?? https://t.co/dOeu0i5GRS
— Herschel Walker (@HerschelWalker) February 23, 2022
Russia exports 12% of the world’s supply of crude oil, and any disruption to those exports, like the Biden Administration’s to sanction Russia, will likely drive prices at the pump, according to CBS.
“If Russia makes a run on Ukraine, we could see [oil prices] over $100 a barrel next week,” said GasBuddy’s head of petroleum analysis, Patrick Dehaan, reported CBS.
“That $4 is something we haven’t seen in so long – it would cause shock waves across America.”
Republican Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton tweeted, “subtle” in response to CBS. In a later tweet, Cotton argued American gas prices were already hitting historical numbers, but it has largely gone ignored by the Biden Administration.
Biden canceled the Keystone pipeline, banned drilling on federal land, and declared war on American energy production.
We warned him this would raise costs for Americans and put our national security at risk.
He didn't listen.
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) February 23, 2022
Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz also called the outlet out for the narrative shift and for assuming the American people are “dumb.”
Ukraine caused inflation!
Not our own government printing trillions of dollars to pay people not to work.
Ukraine harmed supply chains!
Not our own government’s mandates and lockdowns.
Do they think we are this dumb? https://t.co/zCwioAJ9Y9
— Matt Gaetz (@mattgaetz) February 23, 2022
Many are under the false pretense that America is somehow more free than a country like Russia, but from the state of our mainstream media outlets, we’re right on par to be as oppressed, as censored as a former communist country.
Author: Nolan Sheridan