How the mainstream media backed Biden's controversial nominees
Despite concerns about several of Biden's controversial nominees, mainstream media often failed to mention, or otherwise excused, the pushback.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes called pushback against Omarova"cringe-inducing" and said Republicans pushed back for"petty reasons." Following Omarova’s withdrawal from consideration, theTracy Stone-Manning, President Joe Biden's pick for Director of the Bureau of Land Management, speaks during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
When the White House announced Tracy Stone-Manning as its pick to lead the Bureau of Land Management, the nomination was met with nearly instant outrage. TRACY STONE-MANNING BACKED BY WHITE HOUSE DESPITE LINKS TO TREE-SPIKINGWashington Post columnist Paul Waldman also called opposition to Stone-Manning and other nominees"bogus attacks" that Democrats weren’t"falling for."Read more: Fox News »
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Only 'controversial' to Faux. Is plain truth now “news”? How did we get here?!?! Oh brother. More incessant whining about “mainstream media,” from ..which is somehow now also part of the “mainstream media.”
Hunter Biden, former Biden aide invested in Chinese company tied to Communist Party, NBA ChinaHunter Biden’s longtime business partner, Eric Schwerin, sent him an email in March 2017 breaking down the ownership interests of Rosemont Seneca Advisors, which included a 5% stake in Harves Amusement Parks and ownership in Harves Sports and Entertainment. I'd rather see Nancy Pelosi's portfolio than Hunters. every company is tied to communist party in China. Hello? NO President was more tied to China finiancally then Trump and his children. How many Patents did they give Ivanka while Trump was in President? 70 something? All ties to Communist party arent they And now the leadership can invest in the market as needed.
Biden 'not sure' enhanced child tax credit, free community college will stay in Build Back Better'There's two really big components that I feel strongly about that I'm not sure I can get in the package,' President Biden told reporters Wednesday.
Biden Criticized for Ignoring Question on Student Debt PromiseBiden didn't say when he plans to fulfill his pledge to cancel $10,000 in student debt per person, but 'he won't be able to ignore 45 million student loan borrowers if he attempts to turn payments back on in May,' said Braxton Brewington of StrikeDebt. StrikeDebt Come on, man! Use Executive Action!
Biden approval has sunk most with young Americans and independents - CBS News analysisTheir continued frustration could make Democrats' already tough path to holding Congress this year even more difficult.
Ukrainian President pushes back on Biden: 'There are no minor incursions'Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky publicly pushed back Thursday on US President Joe Biden's comments that a 'minor incursion' by Russia into Ukraine would prompt a lesser response than a full-scale invasion, in an implicit rebuke of Biden's comments. Zelenskyy is right. That was a mistake. Would POTUS say the same thing if the Russians would initiate a 'minor incursion' in Alaska? There is no such thing as a 'minor' incursion in a sovereign country. They are all major. Please type 'total number of stars in universe' in GOOGLE......an average of 100 billion stars per galaxy ? Are you crazy ? P.S. Dear GOD, Where are you ? VY Canis Majoris/UY Scuti/Andromeda Galaxy ? Human on ur planet are fighting based on Nationality, Religion, Race , Color ? Please type 'total number of stars in universe' in GOOGLE......an average of 100 billion stars per galaxy Are you crazy ? P.S. Dear GOD, Where are you ? VY Canis Majoris/UY Scuti/Andromeda Galaxy ? Human on ur planet are fighting based on Nationality, Religion, Race , Color ?
Biden clarifies comments on Ukraine, says any Russian move across border would be an 'invasion'Pres. Joe Biden sought to clean up his comments on Ukraine made during his marathon news conference Wednesday, making it 'absolutely clear' that any Russian move into Ukraine would be seen as an 'invasion.'
, received a"Lenin" award while in college, and authored a thesis titled"Karl Marx’s Economic Analysis and the Theory of Revolution in The Capital." Shortly after her nomination, Washington Post columnist Helaine Olen declared Omarova"shouldn’t be a controversial nominee." MSNBC's Chris Hayes called pushback against Omarova"cringe-inducing" and said Republicans pushed back for"petty reasons." POLICE REPORT REVEALS STRIKING DETAILS ABOUT BIDEN NOM SAULE OMAROVA'S ‘RETAIL THEFT’ ARREST Omarova was arrested in 1995 for retail theft, a detail that came out in the press just weeks before she withdrew her name from the nomination. The incident was not covered by the New York Times or the Washington Post. Following Omarova’s withdrawal from consideration, the New York Times published a piece claiming she was painted by Republicans as a communist for being born in the Soviet Union rather than because of her left-wing views. Tracy Stone-Manning, President Joe Biden's pick for Director of the Bureau of Land Management, speaks during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. (Caroline Brehman/CQ-Roll Call) Tracy Stone-Manning When the White House announced Tracy Stone-Manning as its pick to lead the Bureau of Land Management, the nomination was met with nearly instant outrage. Republicans raised a series of ethical flags about her past, the most serious being alleged ties to an eco-terrorist practice known as tree spiking. Tree spiking is a dangerous and potentially fatal tactic where metal rods are inserted into trees, generally concealed within its trunk, to prevent logging. TRACY STONE-MANNING BACKED BY WHITE HOUSE DESPITE LINKS TO TREE-SPIKING Manning acknowledged that in 1989, she typed and sent a letter to the Forest Service regarding a tree spiking plot in Idaho tied to radical environmentalist group Earth First. Despite this, the Washington Post claimed whether Stone-Manning was involved in eco-terrorism was a"tricky question" that"boils down to perspective." It also said that whether her involvement with Earth First amounted to support of eco-terrorism was an"unsettled" question for history. Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman also called opposition to Stone-Manning and other nominees"bogus attacks" that Democrats weren’t"falling for." David H. Chipman, appears before a Senate Committee on the Judiciary hearing for his nomination to be Director, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. (Rod Lamkey / CNP/Sipa USA) David Chipman Biden nominated David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in early April 2021, a move that was withdrawn later that fall. Chipman drew harsh criticism from Republicans and some moderate Democrats over his ties to gun control groups, including being a senior policy adviser to the liberal group Giffords. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., called Chipman an"anti-Second Amendment, gun-grabbing radical that should not lead the agency that regulated firearms." Despite bipartisan pushback against the nominee, including from Democrat Sens. Joe Manchin, W.Va. and Jon Tester, Mont., the