Lib Journalists Push The 'AWESOMENESS' Of Bidenomics But Struggling Voters Shouldn't Be Fooled By This Bull***t

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 07 December 2023 03:20 PM
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President Joseph Biden is grappling with a significant issue.

Despite the concerted efforts of American journalists to assist him in resolving it, the problem appears to be escalating rather than diminishing.

The octogenarian president has attempted to anchor his reelection campaign on the concept of "Bidenomics." Regrettably, the majority of voters are dissatisfied with the current economic climate.

A mere 14 percent of Americans, and only 24 percent of Democrats, claimed to be financially better off under Biden, according to a Financial Times poll of registered voters published last month.

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Liberal journalists have swiftly come to Biden's defense, employing their most effective tactic: chastising the American public for holding incorrect viewpoints. "The U.S. economy is humming, so why are Americans so grumpy about it?" queried NPR host A Martínez in late October.

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"Bidenomics looks like nothing short of a miracle right now," proclaimed Mehdi Hasan, the anti-Israel MSNBC host whose show was recently canceled. "And yet, ask Americans these days about the economy and most of them think and say it's in really bad shape."

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Politico expressed concern last week that Biden "may soon bear witness to an economic miracle" that "might not mean a lick to voters," and quoted veteran Democratic strategist James Carville chastising voters for failing to recognize the president's achievements.

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"People's attitudes about the economy are pretty stubbornly in the wrong place," he stated. Joy Behar, cohost of The View, expressed frustration over Americans' negative perceptions of Biden when "statistically the economy has gotten better."

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The Atlantic published a series of articles criticizing voters for not acknowledging Biden's economic accomplishments. "Inflation Is Your Fault," penned Annie Lowrey, the spouse of multimillionaire New York Times columnist Ezra Klein.

Staff writer Jerusalem Demsas attempted to elucidate "why Americans hate a good economy," noting that a former Barack Obama adviser had deemed the aforementioned Financial Times poll results as "impossible" because the "vast majority of Americans are better off financially. Full stop."

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MSNBC host Chris Hayes, among others, accused the mainstream media of emphasizing "negative" economic news while downplaying the positive—as if a New York Times headline about upwardly-adjusted quarterly GDP numbers will resonate with average Americans who are weary of paying more for necessities.

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Former CNN correspondent John Harwood concurred, criticizing his journalistic colleagues for their "astonishingly obtuse" coverage of the post-pandemic recovery.

He urged the media to more effectively communicate that the economy "is doing well, not poorly" and that Biden "is handling the job effectively." If they fail to do so, Harwood cautioned, "Trump could win."

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This is ultimately what accounts for the escalating exasperation among journalists and other Democrats. If the experts with the "correct" opinions are unable to convince American voters that the economy is indeed robust using their annualized data spreadsheets, those voters might make the "incorrect" choice in 2024. Our cherished democracy would cease to exist, and so forth.

Journalists may struggle to connect with average voters, but they are adept at interpreting polls. They are aware that Biden is unpopular and widely regarded as too elderly to serve another term.

They are particularly disturbed by the fact that most voters, who are largely indifferent to politics and are merely striving to survive in the Biden economy, are impervious to their frantic warnings about former president Donald Trump, who currently leads Biden in several key states.

The message to the American people is unequivocal: We journalists made significant sacrifices to preserve democracy during the first Trump administration. We may not be capable of repeating this feat.

You believe you're struggling financially? That's not the case. But even if it were, that's not a valid reason to vote for the candidate we disapprove of.

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