Media Suddenly Thinks Withdrawing From Afghanistan Is A Great Idea Now That Joe Biden Is Saying It

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Joe Biden has announced that the U.S. is going to pull all of our troops out of Afghanistan. The media thinks this is a brilliant idea.

Of course, Donald Trump wanted to do the same thing, but when Trump wanted to do it the media criticized it as an awful idea.

And the media thinks no one can see this difference.

The Daily Caller reports:

Withdrawing Troops From Afghanistan Went From ‘Sabotage’ To ‘The Right Call’ In Just 5 Months

President Joe Biden vowed Wednesday that no U.S. troops will be in Afghanistan by Sept. 11, delaying former President Donald Trump’s May 1 deadline for troop withdrawal.

Biden’s announcement was met with a flurry of agreement, while Trump’s announcement was covered with decided negativity. Freelance journalist Drew Holden drew attention to the stark contrast in coverage in a Twitter thread.

Here’s a look at how Biden’s announcement got covered compared with coverage of Trump’s announcement.

CNN tweeted on Nov. 17 that reports of Trump’s withdrawal drew a “stark warning” that prematurely withdrawing could be “dangerous.”

Here’s CNN last year under Trump:

Here’s CNN now:

Here are more examples:

The media’s bias is so blatant. How can they think no one sees this?

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Author: Mike LaChance


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