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The Media Can’t Stop Fawning Over Elizabeth Warren Now

In case it wasn’t abundantly obvious who the mainstream media wants to see in the White House, the New York Times recently took it upon themselves to publish an op-ed of Elizabeth Warren’s campaign that was so over-the-top with its praise that is was cringe-worthy.

The article in question genuinely reads as if it was written by Warren’s own mother rather than an unbiased and professional journalist. Rather than covering Warren’s campaign with objectivity and discussing the viability of her ideas, the article spends line after line heaping praise on her as a politician and a person.

This article and its embarrassing level of over-the-top praise for Elizabeth Warren serves as yet another piece of evidence that those in the mainstream media have completely forgotten what real journalism looks like. Today, those in the media are either ferociously attacking President Trump and his supporters or heaping absurd amounts of praise on his opponents. There is no more middle ground between these two extremes.

Whether this glowing endorsement from the media will be enough to carry Warren past Democratic opponents such as Joe Biden is yet to be seen. What we do know, though, is that it’s no secret who those in the media want to see as President.

Here’s Ben Shapiro with more.



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