Regime Media Unable To Say Morehouse Grads TURNED THEIR BACKS At Biden

The Regime Media, which at one time falsely foisted “Don’t Say Gay” upon the American public in protest of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act, now suddenly find themselves in a similar pickle thanks to President Joe Biden’s commencement address at Morehouse College.

Watch NBC correspondent Aaron Gilchrist’s interesting choice of words whilst covering the address, as aired on NBC Nightly News on Sunday, May 19th, 2024:

HALLIE JACKSON: And, Aaron, President Biden was where you are at Morehouse College in Atlanta today to deliver a commencement speech. Given what we’ve seen at other graduations, any protests?

AARON GILCHRIST: Well, this was a speech that was mostly well received here at Morehouse, Hallie. In his salute to the class of 2024, President Biden talked about faith, and leadership, and democracy among other things. He also faced the Israel/Hamas war issue head-on, calling for an immediate cease-fire and the return of the hostages taken by Hamas. He also said he supports peaceful protests and told the graduates, “I hear you”. Now, a handful of graduates turned around in their seats during the president’s remarks. Others wore symbols of support for the Palestinian people. The class valedictorian did not directly address President Biden, but he did call for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza as well. Hallie.

JACKSON: Aaron Gilchrist. Thank you. 

“Turned around in their seats”, says Gilchrist. If only there were some way to more succinctly describe the physical act of turning at a precise 180 degrees from one’s interlocutor as a form of protest. Might ABC’s Selina Wang have found the right words with which to describe this turning around in protest? 

SELINA WANG: Students silently protesting the president’s handling of the war in Gaza. Turning their chairs away from Biden, staying seated during standing ovations, and a faculty member standing with her fist raised. Morehouse’s valedictorian delivering a message of his own.

Alas. Wang’s reporting was worse, as it is more ambiguous what with the “turning the chairs away from Biden”. Were they turned 45 degrees away? Were they facing East? As is the case with Gilchrist, Wang is unable to articulate that a number of Morehouse graduates TURNED THEIR BACKS on President Biden as he delivered his commencement address. 

The Regime Media is not so much at a loss for words as it is willing to lose words, so long as doing so can Protect the Precious. Contrast that with the media’s willingness to echo made-up activist talking points when it suits them, such as during the fake “Don’t Say Gay” controversy. 

In fairness, it should be noted that in this case, “Regime Media” excludes CBS, as the CBS Weekend News was preempted for the PGA Championship.

Click “expand” to view the full transcript of the aforementioned report as aired on ABC World News Tonight on Sunday, May 19th, 2024:

LINSEY DAVIS: Tonight, President Biden is appealing to a crucial part of his base in a commencement address at historic Morehouse College. The president, trying to win over young black voters, particularly men- a crucial voting bloc. ABC’s Selina Wang is in Georgia tonight.

SELINA WANG: Tonight, President Biden reaching out to black college students.

JOE BIDEN: Many of you graduates don’t know me, but check my record…

WANG: As he tries to reverse eroding support from black voters, a key bloc he needs for his reelection. The president delivering the commencement speech at Morehouse, the historically black college for men.

JOE BIDEN: We know black men are going to help us lead us to the future.

WANG: The president speaking directly to students for the first time since protests have flared on campuses across the country. 

BIDEN: What’s happening in Gaza and Israel is heartbreaking.  

WANG: Students silently protesting the president’s handling of the war in Gaza. Turning their chairs away from Biden, staying seated during standing ovations, and a faculty member standing with her fist raised. Morehouse’s valedictorian delivering a message of his own.

DEANGELO FLETCHER: It is my stance as a Morehouse Man, nay, as a human being, to call for an immediate and permanent cease-fire in the Gaza Strip.

BIDEN: That’s why I have called for an immediate cease-fire. I’m working to make sure we finally get a two-state solution.

WANG: Morehouse students divided on the president’s performance.

CARLEON OUTLAW: It was pretty silent amongst the students. It was a bit eerie.

STUDENT: I appreciate the fact he came to speak at our commencement.

WANG: Our latest ABC News/Ipsos poll shows 85% of black voters over the age of 50 support Biden, but that number drops to 64% for voters under the age of 50. Meanwhile, Trump picking up a key endorsement this weekend from the National Rifle Association. Vowing to roll back gun regulations Biden put in place.

STUDENT: I think my vote will swing for Biden in a sense, but I still- I really don’t know.

STUDENT: We’ll see what November holds.

WANG: And Linsey, President Biden tonight campaigning in another battleground state, Michigan, then speaking to the NAACP. The president is wrapping up a week of outreach to black voters. He’s trying to boost enthusiasm with this key voting bloc that he needs to win the White House again. Linsey. 

DAVIS: Selina, thank you.

Articles You May Like

U.S. Olympic team plans to bring air conditioning units to Paris in defiance of organizers’ climate change goals
Another Mysterious Monolith Apppears, This Time North of Las Vegas Valley
Judge Judy torches Alvin Bragg for ‘nonsense’ case against Trump, accuses DA of ‘self-aggrandizement’
Biden Admin Accused of ‘Actively Endangering Our National Security’ with New Missile Policy That Prioritizes Ukraine Above All Else
Portentous PBS Plugs NBC Reporter’s Book on Scary Anti-CRT Movement in Texas

Leave a Comment - No Links Allowed:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *