The White House is denying the U.S. economy is in a recession, and you know what that means: The U.S. economy is in a recession.

However, according to the New York Times, there is a bright spot for Biden: The wind is at his back, but will his “successes” resonate? That will apparently depend on whether voters would stop faulting Biden and the Dems for the sputtering economy:

The media will increase the level of gaslighting as the midterm elections get closer. It’s just journalistic instinct at this point.

The Times noted that the “wind is at Biden’s back” but you’ll notice that they frame the rest as if the economy is ruining Biden’s approval rather than how it should be framed, which is Biden ruining the economy. Carry that water, New York Times!

“How Biden is preventing Biden from being an even greater success” is quite a take from the Times.

The only thing Biden’s good at is “incredible transitions,” and judging from his approval rating most people aren’t liking that either.

When Biden took office he said the days of Trump’s “America first” policies were over and he wasn’t joking. But the New York Times won’t stop trying to give this administration some assists when necessary.



People have spotted a not-so-subtle difference in how NY Times covered AOC vs. Mayra Flores

NY Times spotted having many higher news priorities than foiled plot to assassinate a SCOTUS justice