The Biden regime’s agenda continues to fall apart with record high inflation, an unprecedented border crisis, and foreign policy failures in Afghanistan across the world. Now, even MSNBC has turned on Biden today as Chuck Todd called him out for his policy failures and divisive rhetoric. The Gateway Pundit Reports–
MSNBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd on Sunday slammed Joe Biden for failing on many different fronts.
Chuck Todd said Joe Biden’s plans have gone “sideways.”
“The plan was that COVID would be defeated, the economy would fully recover, and he would be able to deliver a return to normalcy,” Chuck Todd said in his opening remarks on Sunday.
“A year after promising a change in tone, Biden has failed so far to do that,” Chuck Todd said, referring to Joe Biden’s divisive speech in Atlanta last week where he called millions of Americans who disagree with his federal takeover of elections, “domestic enemies.”
Good Sunday morning —
Every new administration enters office with an agenda of optimism.
For President Biden, the plan was that Covid would be defeated, the economy would fully recover and he would deliver a return to normalcy.
But plans have a way of going sideways. pic.twitter.com/3cvkOTcWdk
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) January 16, 2022
Last month, the Biden administration begged the media for more favorable coverage after his administration received poor marks on the economy.
“The administration is “not happy” with the unflattering headlines and coverage of the supply-chain disaster and handling of the economy — and so “has been working behind the scenes trying to reshape coverage in its favor,” CNN’s Reliable Sources said.
Senior White House and administration officials “have been briefing major newsrooms over the past week,” a source told the outlet’s media reporter Oliver Darcy.”
CNBC’s Jim Kramer complied with the request analogized the US economy to the “Roaring 20’s” and said “We have the strongest economy I’ve ever seen”. He goes on to discuss low unemployment rates, consumer confidence, and the “tremendous demand for goods” and services.