Biden Told No Free Pass

Joe Biden

(Patriot.Buzz) – Revealing that Joe Biden was expecting to get a free pass on his senility from leftwing media, publisher A.G. Sulzberger recently disclosed that the Biden administration is unhappy with the New York Times’ portrayal of Biden’s age.

During an interview with the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Sulzberger assured that the newspaper remains dedicated to impartial reporting on both Biden and former President Donald Trump despite the White House’s criticism.

He pointed out the unique challenges in covering Biden, noting, “He is a historically unpopular incumbent and the oldest man to ever hold this office. We’ve reported on both of those realities extensively, and the White House has been extremely upset about it.”

The discussion on Biden’s capability to serve due to his age was fueled by a poll from ABC and Ipsos in mid-February that showed 86% of the American public questioned Biden’s effectiveness given his age at 81.

The poll further revealed that while 59% consider both Biden and Trump too old for the presidency, an additional 27% perceive only Biden as such. This survey involved 528 national adults and reported a margin of error of 4.5%.

Special counsel Robert Hur’s investigation into Biden’s handling of classified documents also cast a spotlight on Biden’s age and memory.

Hur’s report described Biden as a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory” and cited Biden’s forgetfulness about his tenure as vice president and the year his son Beau passed away.

Although Hur identified evidence of Biden’s willful possession of classified documents, he opted not to pursue criminal charges. Hur is scheduled to discuss his findings in a public hearing next month.

An NBC News poll before Hur’s report’s publication indicated widespread concern about Biden’s age, with 75% of Americans including a majority of Democrats expressed concern. This poll involved 1,000 registered voters and had a margin of error of plus-or-minus 3.1%.

In response to the coverage of Hur’s report White House spokesperson Ian Sams recently penned a letter to the White House Correspondents Association to call for a gentler media approach, a request the WHCA deemed “inappropriate” and advised the administration to directly engage media members regardless of the issue.