There are few things more unlikely to happen than an eclipse, but with their departure from journalism, far-left Marxist propaganda outlet MSNBC might just qualify.
The odds of seeing a negative story about President Joe Biden on their network is not likely, statistically almost zero.
On Monday Far-left MSNBC host Joy Reid host displayed her annoyance that Biden is not more popular with Americans who got ‘the shots and checks’
The pro-Biden activist derided and mocked Americans for not being sufficiently grateful to President Biden.
During her interview with left-wing historian activist, Michael Beschloss on “The ReidOut,” Reid worked to come up with excuses with him for Biden’s poor approval rating, which hit 37% last week.
“I hate to really dwell on polls because they’re ephemeral and at this point in many of their presidencies a lot of presidents faced a crisis of public confidence, and Joe Biden faces a massive ongoing COVID nightmare that is harming his numbers. His numbers are pretty low right now,” she said.
“Sure,” Beschloss said.
“There are also a lot of Americans who despite having gotten the shots and checks are still telling pollsters that he’s accomplished nothing or almost nothing, which I find amazing. I guess they spent the whole $2,000 and now they’re not happy anymore,” Reid said. “Does this matter? Should we think about this in terms of those polling numbers?”
Beschloss, also an open supporter of Biden, tried to find something to lift the small television audiences’ spirits by pointing out the midterms are a year away so there is still hope that the newly signed infrastructure law, might jump-start the economy improving Biden’s numbers.
Reid appeared to be referring to the stimulus checks that were sent out as part of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package Biden signed into law this year, although they were for $1,400, not $2,000.
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