Just like the Biden administration, news outlets like CNN have also had a difficult year when it comes to approval ratings, scandals, and criticism thanks to them supporting Joe Biden. Although they witnessed the same fumbles and stumbles as most Americans, CNN found themselves forced to promote Biden given that they spent over four years bashing former President Donald Trump. And that support continues on as Discovery CEO David Zaslav said early this month that CNN was “the leader in news to the left.” Apparently being the leader to the liberal left means reporting on Biden’s approval ratings using CNN’s own polling system.
That’s right, not wanting to use another poll or even try to cross-reference the one they had, CNN’s John King did an entire segment about the supposed current rating of Joe Biden. And looking near the top of the screen King pointed to, it clearly showed that the poll being presented was conducted by CNN.
Claiming to be the man that was going to unify the country, Biden has accumulated nothing but disasters as the Southern Border is in shambles, the economy is stagnant, COVID-19 continues to spread, and inflation is hitting record highs. But even with all the disasters, according to CNN, Biden is still pushing an approval rating of 41%.
Commenters weren’t buying the story either, as one wrote, “Love how they try to justify the negatives with a somewhat off the wall let’s give it a positive spin.”
Another noted, “CNN poll, you can subtract at least 6 points from approval. He’s in mid 30’s.”
One simply put, “Numbers don’t lie, folks.”
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