New York Times Fawns Over Alyssa Farah Griffin: ‘Rising Star,’ ‘Liberal Favorite’

Everyone knows the rewards of a conservative Republican transforming into a red-hot Trump hater/Biden voter. They become the CNN Conservatives and the MSNBC conservatives, and they draw puffy profiles from the liberal media, like this beaut on Saturday from The New York Times:

A Former Trump Aide Becomes a Liberal Favorite

After breaking with her onetime boss, Alyssa Farah Griffin finds a warm welcome on “The View” and CNN.

Jacob Bernstein, an openly gay Styles reporter who’s the son of Watergate star Carl Bernstein, lined up the positive quotes from her new allies, like former Obama campaign manager and CNN colleague David Axelrod: 

A rising star of the current season is Alyssa Farah Griffin, a former communications director for President Trump who is now a co-host of ABC’s “The View” and a regular commentator on CNN….

“There are a lot of refugees from Trump World who are objects of interest, but not all of them are as comfortable in the medium as she is,” Mr. Axelrod said in a phone interview. “She’s very, very fluent. And she’s a great communicator.

It’s pretty funny that Joy Behar felt the need to protect Alyssa from a New York Times reporter at this point in Alyssa’s liberal-pleasing career: 

Joy Behar, who has called the MAGA movement a cult, poked her head into the room and demonstrated how invested she was in Ms. Farah Griffin’s success by offering some advice aimed squarely at me: “Be nice — or else.”

The Times published a photo of Alyssa cheek-smooching with drag-queen personality RuPaul after he touted his memoir on The View the other day, and getting praise from the gays: 

…“She’s relatable to our generation,” said Nate Jobe, 33, who is gay, lives in Hell’s Kitchen and works in content marketing for a hospitality company. “We don’t agree on certain policies, but she’s pro-L.G.B.T., she believes in human rights and she’s so articulate and easy to understand.

Alyssa even drew gush from Dr. Fauci: 

Whether or not she had swallowed the Trump philosophy whole, she was able to forge relationships with people outside the MAGA nucleus, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, who, as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, oversaw much of the federal government’s response to the Covid crisis.

In a phone interview, he described Ms. Farah Griffin as an “outstanding person” and a “breath of fresh air” who was a “straight shooter” in the darkest days of the pandemic.

“She defended me when I was telling the truth, instead of attacking me the way others did,” Dr. Fauci said. “She understood the truth is the truth, whether it’s inconvenient or not.”

The Times would in no way note Dr. Fauci changed his mind on “the truth” several times. 

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