President Biden will deliver the State of the Union speech tomorrow night, and the event is now mask optional for members of Congress who will be in attendance. One thing the Biden administration can count on is for the MSM to help out in setting the stage ahead of the speech. The New York Times is on it:
The events of the past week have for now pushed to the sidelines the congressional squabbling over President Biden’s domestic agenda, and are already redefining the arc of his presidency. https://t.co/XoatpqKTTY
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 28, 2022
Last minute pitch for a “Biden is crushing it” headline before State of the Union.
Sunday’s poll showed Biden with an approval rating of 37 percent https://t.co/P8j28vfhtP
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) February 28, 2022
So far it seems that Biden’s “navigated” his way to a dismal approval rating.
The pandering. First off we didn’t go to war, second COVID’s been around 2 years and he nominated someone he had said he would nominate. Stop acting like it’s the Cuban middle crisis and he’s the Kennedys locked in the white house. https://t.co/s5AfnpYMdy
— Joe Pratt (@CoachJoePratt) February 28, 2022
NY Times says the guy polling at 37% is doing an awesome job. Looking forward to their next piece on how the Captain of the Titanic was underrated.
— Jimmy Failla (@jimmyfailla) February 28, 2022
I didn’t realize that dumpster fires had arcs.
— Carter Gaffney (@carter214) February 28, 2022
However, the “arc” is indeed impressive:
— Four Years Of Malarkey🚛🇺🇸🚜🚚 (@MilitusAeturnum) February 28, 2022
We already know what to expect from the MSM after Biden’s speech:
And Wednesday morning STU was the greatest display of gravitas and presidential leadership in history, fiction or non-fiction headline is ready to go
— Madden B (@BigBadUSNDawg) February 28, 2022
You know it’s coming. Stay tuned!