Did CNN’s Kid Gloves Make Biden a Believable Heavyweight?

Please respect our republishing guidelines - Click Here An 800-pound gorilla was hovering over Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s Sept. 17 drive-in town hall in Scranton, PA, and everyone tuning in, whether friend, foe, or neutral, was fully aware of it. Democrats dearly needed the event, televised nationally by CNN, to send a strong signal that the soon-to-be 78-year-old former vice president, who has been plagued by loud public deliberations about his health and stamina, could stand on a stage and tackle a variety of subjects with verve and vigor. Aided by a friendly media network that handpicked the citizens asking the questions and abetted by a cooperative and unchallenging moderator, the program served as a dress rehearsal of sorts to see how Fall 2020 Biden will be able to acquit himself on a debate platform with President Trump. The messaging was mostly familiar but there were a couple of key moments that revealed Team Biden might be pivoting away from the competent professional establishment posturing it has advanced. There was also an attempted disconnect from the disastrous piggybacking on a Black Lives Matter movement that has rapidly descended into ugly violence after enjoying a summer of basking in the sunshine of unreserved big-box media and Democratic Party acclaim. Batting Leadoff: Death The evening started out with a heavy emphasis on the Coronavirus crisis that Democrats appear to believe is a major winning issue. The topic plays into the gloom-and-doom storyline Biden has been so laboriously stressing about the state of the nation under the Trump administration. It was no coincidence then that the very first question of the evening was about death as CNN host Anderson Cooper dutifully played Charon, boatsman of the dominant media underworld, transporting Biden over the River Styx into the darkness of Trump’s America. Shani Adams addressed the candidate, saying her sister had died of the Coronavirus and asking Biden what he would do to protect Americans and their jobs if he were elected president. The longtime former Delaware senator quickly took the opportunity to rip Trump for not being more assertive on mask-wearing, a particular talking point Democrats are eager to use as a hammer against the president. “[Trump] continues to think that masks don’t matter very much, although he says it, and then he has these large gatherings only with everybody around with no masks on. And it’s extremely dangerous. And so there’s a lot of people, a lot of people hurt, a lot of people not being able to see their families. A lot of people gone. A lot of empty chairs,” Biden proclaimed. Cooper then teed Biden up to further denigrate Trump. “If you were president, could you see a scenario where you downplayed critical information so as not to cause panic?” the alleged newsman asked. “Not at all,” Biden replied to the meatball query. “The idea that you’re gonna not tell people what you’ve been told – that this virus is incredibly contagious, seven times more contagious than the flu, you breathe the air, you get it sucked into your lungs – what has he done?” “If he had just acted one week earlier, he would have saved 37,000 lives” Biden asserted, citing Columbia University’s medical school as a source. “He knew it and did nothing, it’s close to criminal,” he continued. Here Comes the White Populist Democrat? The rather lengthy amount of time devoted to the Coronavirus at the town hall provides more evidence that the Biden campaign will continue to promote a Good vs. Evil framing against Trump in the weeks before the Nov. 3 vote. But there were signs of changing tactics on other fronts. At the Democratic National Convention in August, Biden’s squad featured a host of speakers representing the establishment heyday of 1988-2016, including former president Bill Clinton, John Kerry, Colin Powell, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and John McCain’s widow Cindy McCain. Aging “moderate” Republican John Kasich even made an appearance to tout Biden’s ability to work both sides of the aisle in Washington, D.C. It was all part of a “return to normalcy” theme being used to paint Trump as a disruptive force that has brought chaos to America. Unsurprisingly, the narrative has not proven to be the least bit successful in a post-2016 political climate clamoring for authentic change. And so Biden road-tested a new personality on CNN’s stage, that of “Populist Joe,” the scrappy Everyman from blue-collar America. “I really do view this campaign as a campaign between Scranton and Park Avenue,” Biden said, portraying Trump as the spoiled rich kid from the big city. “All that Trump can see from Park Avenue is Wall Street. All he thinks about is the stock market … In my neighborhood in Scranton, not a whole lot of people owned stock.” Does this mean the American people will now be fed the heretofore inconceivable sales pitch that a man who was first elected to the United States Senate in 1972 and has been seated at the leading tables of political power in this nation for the past 47 years is the true populist in the race? If Democrats really wanted to take this tack against an incumbent president who captured the White House by running as a total outsider from conventional politics, why on Earth did they select the most credentialed careerist by far in their overcrowded primary field to be their nominee? Perhaps even more telling was Biden’s noticeable walk-back on the rabid clamoring for police reform in Democratic circles. “The vast majority of police are decent, honorable people,” he said in a comment that certainly could not be pleasing to BLM true believers in the party’s rank and file. He then laid out a calm, sensible approach to policing controversies that was clearly designed to tamper down Democrat rhetoric in the wake of rioting and violence that has seen police officers targeted and brutally ambushed in recent days. “We have to have a much more transparent means by which we provide for accountability within police departments,” Biden blandly uttered before vocalizing the need to teach “people how to de-escalate” in policing situations. The only de-escalation that Biden was talking about here was that of his party’s shockingly shortsighted embrace of street rioters since the death of George Floyd in late May. From there, Cooper asked Biden about white privilege. Once again, the man who has spent the vast majority of his adult life in Washington, D.C., broke into Scranton Joe mode. “Sure, I benefited just because I don’t have to go through what my black brothers and sisters have had to go through,” Biden declared before immediately moving off that subject material. “Growing up here in Scranton, we’re used to guys who look down their nose at us,” he then said. “People who look at us and think that we’re suckers, look at us and they think that we don’t – we’re not equivalent to them.” “Well, I tell you what bothered me, to tell you the truth,” he continued. “Maybe it’s my Scranton roots. I don’t know. But when you guys started talking on television about, ‘Biden, if he wins, will be the first person without an Ivy League degree to be elected president,’ I’m thinking, who the hell makes you think I have to have an Ivy League degree to be president?” The remark, of course, is factually incorrect. Biden would not be the first person without an Ivy League degree elected president. He would be the first since Ronald Reagan in 1980 and ’84 and the first Democrat since Jimmy Carter in 1976. But more significant by far was the fact that a prominent media figure spoon-fed Biden a cornerstone progressive talking point and he ran away from it and started talking like a Trump populist-nationalist. Does this quick spin away from “white privilege” as a cue for the candidate to start blathering about identity politics mean that Democrats are finally beginning to realize that racial guilt is not a winning formula in a general election? Biden would have been burned at the stake for such comments during the Democratic primary process. Acknowledging that white people don’t always have it easy is sheer heresy in today’s progressive-dominated Democratic grassroots. Yet here was the party standard-bearer ruminating on his hardscrabble Caucasian roots on a leftist cable news network. It would seem change is coming to the Democrat campaign strategy as Trump continues to rise in the polls. That leads to two questions going forward. One, is it believable? And two, is it too late? A third crucial question of the evening will play itself out over the coming weeks: Is Joe Biden truly up to the task of debating Donald Trump three times? ~ Read more from Joe Schaeffer.

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Joe Biden, Anderson Cooper caught breaking social distancing when they thought cameras were off

There’s an important set of optics for both the Democratic Party and CNN. They have been pushing so hard to force the nation into a state of panic over COVID-19 that they must religiously practice mask-wearing and social distancing any time the cameras are rolling. When they’re not rolling, the rules change, as Joe Biden and Anderson Cooper demonstrated at last night’s CNN townhall. LOL! @CNN, @AC360, and @JoeBiden are pretend practicing social distancing at tonight’s #CNNTownHall, but watch what happens when they think the cameras are off and you can’t see them anymore! Frauds! pic.twitter.com/eGeiJHonic — Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) September 18, 2020 It’s not the first time they fake their compliance to coronavirus rules. There are numerous examples of both Democrats and mainstream media nannies pretending to be concerned about social distancing and mask wearing, only to change tunes the moment they believe the cameras were off. It just happened the day before to CNN White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins. Democrats and their mainstream media lapdogs are putting on a show. It’s nothing more. Every time they think the cameras are not rolling, they’re fast to revert to normal activities. Their supposed coronavirus fear is intended to make YOU afraid. COVID-19 may take down an independent news outlet Nobody said running a media site would be easy. We could use some help keeping this site afloat. Colleagues have called me the worst fundraiser ever. My skills are squarely rooted on the journalistic side of running a news outlet. Paying the bills has never been my forte, but we’ve survived. We have ads on the site that help, but since the site’s inception this has been a labor of love that otherwise doesn’t bring in the level of revenue necessary to justify it. When I left a nice, corporate career in 2017, I did so knowing I wouldn’t make nearly as much money. But what we do at NOQ Report to deliver the truth and fight the progressive mainstream media narrative that has plagued this nation is too important for me to sacrifice it for the sake of wealth. We know we’ll never make a ton of money this way, and we’re okay with that. Things have become harder with the coronavirus lockdowns. Both ad money and donations that have kept us afloat for a while have dropped dramatically. We thought we could weather the storm, but the so-called “surge” or “2nd-wave” that mainstream media and Democrats are pushing has put our prospects in jeopardy. In short, we are now in desperate need of financial assistance. The best way NOQ Report readers can help is to donate. Our Giving Fuel page makes it easy to donate one-time or monthly. Alternatively, you can donate through PayPal as well. We need approximately $11,500 to stay afloat for the rest of 2020, but more would be wonderful and any amount that brings us closer to our goal is greatly appreciated. The second way to help is to become a partner. We’ve strongly considered seeking angel investors in the past but because we were paying the bills, it didn’t seem necessary. Now, we’re struggling to pay the bills. This shouldn’t be the case as our traffic the last year has been going up dramatically. June, 2018, we had 11,678 visitors. A year later in June, 2019, we were up to 116,194. In June, 2020, we had 614,192. We’re heading in the right direction and we believe we’re ready talk to patriotic investors who want to not only “get in on the action” but more importantly who want to help America hear the truth. Interested investors should contact me directly with the contact button above. Election year or not, coronavirus lockdowns or not, anarchic riots or not, the need for truthful journalism endures. But in these times, we need as many conservative media voices as possible. Please help keep NOQ Report going. Check out the NEW NOQ Report Podcast. American Conservative Movement Join fellow patriots as we form a grassroots movement to advance the cause of conservatism. The coronavirus crisis has prompted many, even some conservatives, to promote authoritarianism. It’s understandable to some extent now, but it must not be allowed to embed itself in American life. We currently have 8000+ patriots with us in a very short time. If you are interested, please join us to receive updates.

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CNN’s Kaitlan Collins scolds about masks, then removes hers when she thought cameras were off

CNN White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins asked a very pointed question at today’s White House press conference with Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. It was intended to try to shame the President about his stance on face masks in light of an odd report by CDC Director Robert R. Redfield that face masks are more effective than the upcoming vaccine. “So have any medical experts told the President that masks aren’t good or is he only citing non-medical experts like he did last night?” Collins asked. It was more of an election question disguised as a healthcare one. It’s the type of thing designed to give fodder for the Biden campaign to use. But she didn’t really believe what she was saying about masks, as she clearly demonstrated the moment she believed the cameras had stopped rolling. I just combined footage of CNN's Kaitlan Collins asking @PressSec a question about the importance of wearings masks just now and what Collins does with her mask the second she thinks the cameras are off. Not great! pic.twitter.com/FUNUcZOOTI — Kelb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 16, 2020 So-called “journalists” like Kaitlan Collins think we’re all stupid. To be fair, anyone watching CNN for their news probably is. They aren’t scared of COVID-19. They’re scared of four more years of Trump Derangement Syndrome. COVID-19 may take down an independent news outlet Nobody said running a media site would be easy. We could use some help keeping this site afloat. Colleagues have called me the worst fundraiser ever. My skills are squarely rooted on the journalistic side of running a news outlet. Paying the bills has never been my forte, but we’ve survived. We have ads on the site that help, but since the site’s inception this has been a labor of love that otherwise doesn’t bring in the level of revenue necessary to justify it. When I left a nice, corporate career in 2017, I did so knowing I wouldn’t make nearly as much money. But what we do at NOQ Report to deliver the truth and fight the progressive mainstream media narrative that has plagued this nation is too important for me to sacrifice it for the sake of wealth. We know we’ll never make a ton of money this way, and we’re okay with that. Things have become harder with the coronavirus lockdowns. Both ad money and donations that have kept us afloat for a while have dropped dramatically. We thought we could weather the storm, but the so-called “surge” or “2nd-wave” that mainstream media and Democrats are pushing has put our prospects in jeopardy. In short, we are now in desperate need of financial assistance. The best way NOQ Report readers can help is to donate. Our Giving Fuel page makes it easy to donate one-time or monthly. Alternatively, you can donate through PayPal as well. We need approximately $11,500 to stay afloat for the rest of 2020, but more would be wonderful and any amount that brings us closer to our goal is greatly appreciated. The second way to help is to become a partner. We’ve strongly considered seeking angel investors in the past but because we were paying the bills, it didn’t seem necessary. Now, we’re struggling to pay the bills. This shouldn’t be the case as our traffic the last year has been going up dramatically. June, 2018, we had 11,678 visitors. A year later in June, 2019, we were up to 116,194. In June, 2020, we had 614,192. We’re heading in the right direction and we believe we’re ready talk to patriotic investors who want to not only “get in on the action” but more importantly who want to help America hear the truth. Interested investors should contact me directly with the contact button above. Election year or not, coronavirus lockdowns or not, anarchic riots or not, the need for truthful journalism endures. But in these times, we need as many conservative media voices as possible. Please help keep NOQ Report going. Check out the NEW NOQ Report Podcast. American Conservative Movement Join fellow patriots as we form a grassroots movement to advance the cause of conservatism. The coronavirus crisis has prompted many, even some conservatives, to promote authoritarianism. It’s understandable to some extent now, but it must not be allowed to embed itself in American life. We currently have 8000+ patriots with us in a very short time. If you are interested, please join us to receive updates.

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CNN Journalist Is Cat Owner

The leftwing CNN journalist best known for having slightly more hair than his colleague Brian Stelter is also a cat owner, according to social media posts reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon. Oliver Darcy, the Robin to Stelter's Batman in the Reliable Sources universe, recently acquired Albert, a hairless kitten that "closely resembles a little goblin." Darcy made his cat ownership official in a post on Albert's "personal" Instagram account. https://www.instagram.com/p/CDxpn0mhf4Y/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Albert is a Sphynx, considered to be one of the most expensive cat breeds in the world, according to People magazine. He is the same breed as Grandma Wrinkles, feline star of the Real Housewives of New Jersey. Albert Darcy is already a big fan of Brian Stelter and his new book, Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth, which was panned by the New York Times for "name calling" and "gratuitous gossip." REVIEW: ‘Hoax' By Brian Stelter Prior to owning a cat, Darcy was best known for his public struggle to find comfort during the COVID-19 pandemic. "You really take for granted the office chair, and how much it helps with posture, until you're spending hours and hours working from the dining room chair," Darcy tweeted in March. Before joining CNN, Darcy served as deputy managing editor of TheBlaze, a rightwing website founded by Glenn Beck.

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Historic Israel peace deals skimmed over by anti-Trump media

Mainstream media hates President Trump. You already knew they. But their hatred has expanded to the point that it prevents many major outlets from giving appropriate reporting to anything that could be construed as helping the President get reelected. Case-in-point: The historic peace deals orchestrated by the White House and signed today by Israel, UAE, and Bahrain. Agreed. This is historic and if it had happened under any other administration, the media and pundits would be tripping over themselves with glee and praise. We need to spend more time focused on outcomes, not the people associated with them. https://t.co/GSBzTIE0mX — Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) September 15, 2020 It isn’t just about the news-loaded year of 2020. Yes, there is more going on this year than pretty much any other since at least 9/11. But this really is all about President Trump. The peace deal is nothing short of miraculous. The fact that there are now two nations signing peace deals with Israel, DOUBLING the number that had been accumulated in the Middle East nation’s history, is truly historic, but mainstream media is as silent as possible on it. CNN mentioned it briefly. Very briefly. No reports yet of how MSNBC is handling it. Fox News reported on it thoroughly, but even then it seemed to be downplayed. Lest we forget, there has not been an American president in history who has participated in this level of peace negotiations across the globe. That’s the point, though. That’s why mainstream media is under-reporting this. The facts are unquestionable. President Trump is the president of peace. He said he would make deals that couldn’t be made before and he’s doing just that. But mainstream media is downplaying because they play for the other team. COVID-19 may take down an independent news outlet Nobody said running a media site would be easy. We could use some help keeping this site afloat. Colleagues have called me the worst fundraiser ever. My skills are squarely rooted on the journalistic side of running a news outlet. Paying the bills has never been my forte, but we’ve survived. We have ads on the site that help, but since the site’s inception this has been a labor of love that otherwise doesn’t bring in the level of revenue necessary to justify it. When I left a nice, corporate career in 2017, I did so knowing I wouldn’t make nearly as much money. But what we do at NOQ Report to deliver the truth and fight the progressive mainstream media narrative that has plagued this nation is too important for me to sacrifice it for the sake of wealth. We know we’ll never make a ton of money this way, and we’re okay with that. Things have become harder with the coronavirus lockdowns. Both ad money and donations that have kept us afloat for a while have dropped dramatically. We thought we could weather the storm, but the so-called “surge” or “2nd-wave” that mainstream media and Democrats are pushing has put our prospects in jeopardy. In short, we are now in desperate need of financial assistance. The best way NOQ Report readers can help is to donate. Our Giving Fuel page makes it easy to donate one-time or monthly. Alternatively, you can donate through PayPal as well. We need approximately $11,500 to stay afloat for the rest of 2020, but more would be wonderful and any amount that brings us closer to our goal is greatly appreciated. The second way to help is to become a partner. We’ve strongly considered seeking angel investors in the past but because we were paying the bills, it didn’t seem necessary. Now, we’re struggling to pay the bills. This shouldn’t be the case as our traffic the last year has been going up dramatically. June, 2018, we had 11,678 visitors. A year later in June, 2019, we were up to 116,194. In June, 2020, we had 614,192. We’re heading in the right direction and we believe we’re ready talk to patriotic investors who want to not only “get in on the action” but more importantly who want to help America hear the truth. Interested investors should contact me directly with the contact button above. Election year or not, coronavirus lockdowns or not, anarchic riots or not, the need for truthful journalism endures. But in these times, we need as many conservative media voices as possible. Please help keep NOQ Report going. Check out the NEW NOQ Report Podcast. American Conservative Movement Join fellow patriots as we form a grassroots movement to advance the cause of conservatism. The coronavirus crisis has prompted many, even some conservatives, to promote authoritarianism. It’s understandable to some extent now, but it must not be allowed to embed itself in American life. We currently have 8000+ patriots with us in a very short time. If you are interested, please join us to receive updates.

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Nearly Half of CNN’s Republican Commentators Are Voting for Biden

Nearly half of CNN's Republican contributors are voting for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, putting the network's GOP roster dramatically out of step with the broader party electorate. With the addition of former Trump Homeland Security official Miles Taylor as a contributor, there are now at least six Republicans at CNN who say they will vote for Biden in November, making up 40 percent of the network's Republican roster. Nationally, only 8 percent of self-identified Republican voters nationwide say they will vote for Biden, according to a recent Quinnipiac poll, while 90 percent will support President Donald Trump. Recent Stories in Media Taylor, who last month cut an ad for an anti-Trump group calling Trump's presidency "terrifying," joined CNN as a contributor this week. Former Ohio governor John Kasich (R.) and former Pennsylvania congressman Charlie Dent (R.), both CNN political commentators, announced their support for Biden this year, and Kasich even spoke at the Democratic National Convention. Republican strategist Ana Navarro-Cárdenas, a longtime Trump critic, is voting for Biden and helping his campaign reach out to Florida Latino voters. Contributors Amanda Carpenter and Tara Setmayer, both former Capitol Hill staffers, are also voting for Biden. The disparity illustrates how CNN viewers get a distorted view of how typical Republicans are reacting to news of the day. Tim Graham, a longtime media watchdog critical of the network, said the message being pushed is that the "only good Republican" is one who opposes the president. "CNN operates as if its audience are far too sensitive to hear an opinion that supports Trump, or even sounds unwilling to agree that he's incompetent and/or evil," said Graham, a writer for the Media Research Center. "So they end up using Biden-endorsing Republicans as their Republicans, but no one can imagine them ever using a Trump-endorsing Democrat like Vernon Jones as a CNN Democrat analyst. They imply that the only good Republican is a Biden-Bernie Sanders platform Republican." A CNN spokesperson declined to comment. The Washington Free Beacon could only identify five current Republican CNN contributors who are openly supportive of Trump. Former Utah congresswoman Mia Love (R.), who did not support Trump in 2016, said she was undecided on whether she would vote for him in 2020, although she stressed she would not vote for Biden. Others did not respond to the Free Beacon‘s request for comment. It isn't just the Republican contributors who have aligned with Democrats this cycle. S.E. Cupp, a lifelong Republican and host of CNN's weekend show Unfiltered, is also voting for the Democratic nominee and frequently writes and tweets about her support.

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Whitmer Expressed Fears Over Trump’s Michigan Rally, But Excused Biden’s Event

Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer spiked fears ahead of President Donald Trump’s Thursday rally in Michigan while downplaying the same concerns over former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign event near Detroit on Wednesday. “It’s distressing,” Whitmer told CNN’s Anderson Cooper of Trump’s upcoming rally, going on to outline Michigan’s rules on mass gatherings that require masks in order to steer clear of super-spreader events. “We anticipate that he will be descending on this state and perhaps encouraging people to come maskless … I would love to see the leader of our country embrace masks and encourage people to do the right thing.” When it came to Biden however, Gretchen offered no such concerns, even after wrongly accusing the Trump campaign of discouraging mask use. According to Michigan Live, which offered on-the-ground coverage of the Trump event, “campaign staff handed out masks and hand sanitizer at the Thursday rally. Attendees had temperature checks performed before entering the venue, but people who attended were notified they could be exposing themselves to risk of infection.” “We’ve got Joe Biden coming into town tomorrow. I know that they are scrupulously following the science. They want to keep their supporters and the general public safe,” said Whitmer. “I want to do everything I can to keep the people of this state safe.” Michigan's Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says she sees the presidential race tightening. "The big question people are gonna ask is 'are you better off today than you were 4 years ago?'"she says. "…For the working class in this state… the answer is unequivocally 'no.'" pic.twitter.com/HwrkECsdxo — CNN (@CNN) September 9, 2020 The apparent absence of masks and adherence to social distancing have been a primary target of criticism from reporters covering the campaign events, even as the same self-righteous journalists excused the very same conduct by the mass protests for social justice that they actively cheered. Hmm… @Acosta has no commentary on DC protests but complains about Michigan peaceful protests… 🤨 pic.twitter.com/VlRh81bANM — Abigail Marone (@abigailmarone) September 10, 2020 Earlier this week for example, The Hill attempted to indict the absence of masks from a Trump rally in North Carolina by using a photo featuring every supporter in the background sporting face coverings. Rather than correcting the story, the outlet merely swapped the photo. “Hey this photo disproves our false narrative. What do we do?” “Delete that tweet and choose a photo that doesn’t show the crowd!” pic.twitter.com/mLTscqiifL — Matt Wolking (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@MattWolking) September 9, 2020 Trump has openly mocked Democrats and legacy media for openly celebrating the mass protests sweeping the country while condemning gatherings they didn’t like, such as the president’s campaign events. “We decided to call our rallies ‘Peaceful Protests,'” Trump told a roaring audience in Winston-Salem. The campaign has begun to distribute “peaceful protestor” signs at events. Signs at Trump’s New Hampshire rally that read “peaceful protestor” and “this is a peaceful protest” appear to be made by the president’s campaign. pic.twitter.com/2GGWVOYufq — Courtney Norris (@courtneyknorris) August 29, 2020

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CNN: “The Rioting Has To Stop” But Only Because It Will Hurt Joe Biden

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