“Journalism” has had a heckuva run in the last few years, and though this headline from the Washington Post about a new poll on Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is technically correct, the headline would almost certainly be framed differently if the subject of the story was a Democrat:
— Mark Ashworth (@marklarflash) July 27, 2022
The disappointment here is palpable:
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin above water in new VCU poll https://t.co/aZRD9hK1Ay
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 27, 2022
LOL. Well, that’s one way to put it.
This is the kind of headline you write when you're upset you can't write "Glenn Youngkin underwater in new poll" https://t.co/KVc9XSICL6
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) July 27, 2022
You sound like you’re very upset by this. https://t.co/KEsDoxdr7e
— James Smith (@J_Smith_711) July 27, 2022
The Post certainly doesn’t hide the disappointment very well, do they?
my sincerest thoughts and prayers in this trying time for you https://t.co/Ii7zuustIA
— kaitlin, by definition, a woman (@thefactualprep) July 27, 2022
He's +11 in favorables. https://t.co/OGgxdgij15
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) July 27, 2022
You don't even pretend to be unbiased anymore.
— Jeff Adams (@JeffAdams82) July 27, 2022
49-38 fav/unfav "above water"https://t.co/SmJaoM3cIU
— TNizzle (@TNizzle621) July 27, 2022
— Gabriella Hoffman (@Gabby_Hoffman) July 27, 2022
The media might find a way to explain how Biden’s actually “above water” if the level of the water is drastically lowered.