MSNBC Defends Senile Joe with Blatant Propaganda After Special Counsel Report

After the DOJ’s Special Counsel Robert Hur bailed Biden out of serious legal trouble by pointing out the fact that he’s a senile old man, the top left-wing propagandists in the media were activated to try and SAVE the public perception of Joe Biden in time for the 2024 election – and it was as sad as you might expect.

MSNBC took a desperate “all hands on deck” approach as they gathered together all of their top hosts to try and defend Joe from the special counsel’s findings.

The partisan hacks at the leftist network claimed that it was “routine” for people to not recall things during depositions but if they’re implying that Joe falsely said he couldn’t remember things then that means he lied under oath.

These pretend journalists went on to rage about that fact that the special counsel’s report which PROTECTED BIDEN FROM CRIMINAL CHARGES, took “cheap shots” at Joe related to his age and mental acuity.

 

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell tries to discredit the special prosecutor while simultaneously trying to turn this news around to somehow make it about Donald Trump.

The entire segment is pretty sad to watch as you see the top journalists on the left go all in to protect Supreme Leader Joe Biden – even if it’s already too late.

Watch the video here to catch these left-wing propagandists jump to defend Joe Biden.


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