An Australian Financial Review editorial a few days back was headed, “America Must Move On From The Trump Show”, which speaks for itself.
Elsewhere in the same edition is an article borrowed from Britain’s Daily Telegraph headed “Why Trump’s sin against America can’t just be forgotten”.
That should be comforting for New Zealanders who think our newspapers’ relentless cock-ups are a Kiwi oddity. That said, the editorial was rather shallow but not so the Telegraph’s piece written by their Janet Daley.
A couple of different opinions indicates, at least, an attempt at balance don’t you think.
Meanwhile our entire media seem to have but one (and the same) opinion and choose to report the same “facts”. I don’t know why you bother with them Bob.
Take our daily “two minutes of hate” aimed at Trump, I’ve never seen anything like it, a concerted, orchestrated campaign, to instill hate fear and loathing. Nothing positive (there’s plenty) for him while they drool like fools over the Biden train wreck.
They have to keep bringing up the “Trump” name and blame him for all ills otherwise people will realise what a Richard Cranium , that Joe Biden is
Biden did a CNN town hall event on Tuesday night in Wisconsin. Here are some verbatim quotes:
“minorities … don’t know how to use, know how to get online.”
Re China’s human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims:
Biden explained he’s “not going to speak out against … what he’s [President Xi Jinping] doing with the Uyghurs.” He then reiterated by saying, “He [Xi] gets it,” posing that “culturally there are different norms” about how humans should be treated”
“Everybody knows I like kids better than people,” Biden explained
.“I wake up every morning, look at Jill, and say, ‘Where the hell are we?’”
He said that Obama never invited him to the White House residence when he was vice president, despite the fact Biden served as vice president for eight years.
Trump for 2024.
Get over his demeaner as a clown, his policies work for Americans.