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BO SNERDLEY: Biden should send someone to ‘pullout those presidential kneepads from the Clinton years’

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President Joe Biden has reportedly been upset with the media’s fixation on his age and radio host James Golden thinks he should just get over it.

Golden, also known as Bo Snerdley, told NewsNation that the president should be thankful for the media coverage which has been far and away more than favorable to the now-81-year-old Democrat.

“The president has reportedly expressed frustration with the scrutiny of his mental fitness,” said “Morning in America” host Markie Martin.

“Campaign officials have spent weeks chastising journalists over what they see as unfair treatment from the media,” Martin added as she asked Snerdley for his take on how the Biden presidency has been covered by the mainstream press over time.

The talk radio producer and call screener known for his decades-long work alongside the legendary Rush Limbaugh said Biden should be grateful.

“Well, instead of being so frustrated, the Biden administration ought to send somebody to the White House basement and pull out those presidential kneepads from the Clinton years and get on their knees and thank the press for the coverage that they’ve had for four years,” he responded.

“If you contrast this press and their coverage of Biden and what they did during the Trump years,” Snerdley said, referring to former President Donald Trump and his adversarial relationship with the left-leaning media. Snerdley contended that the mainstream media has shown “no curiosity” over the scandals and controversies that have unfolded throughout Biden’s tenure.

“They have not reported accurately at all with any curiosity about any number of things,” he said, pointing to the economy, the Biden family finances, and the funds being sent to Ukraine. “Every step of the way, this press has covered for Joe Biden.”

Snerdley, who is on the air every weekday on 77 WABC, then reacted to the response of the publisher of The New York Times who said the paper will continue “to report fully and fairly” on both Trump and Biden leading up to the 2024 election.

In an interview with The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, publisher A.G. Sulzberger said:

“We are going to continue to report fully and fairly, not just on Donald Trump but also on President Joe Biden. He is a historically unpopular incumbent and the oldest man to ever hold this office. We’ve reported on both of those realities extensively, and the White House has been extremely upset about it.”

 

“Now this is the fun part,” Snerdley told Martin, adding that the newspaper realizes “how deep in trouble Joe Biden really is.”

“No one has seen poll numbers this dismal with an incumbent looking to seek another term. We are in unchartered territory with Joe Biden’s age and this is where the push is,” Snerdley said. “They want someone else and they want to pressure Joe Biden to get out. So what are they doing? They’re doing random acts of journalism – they’re actually reporting news for a change and they’re making a big deal out of it.”

Martin asked if there was any way the Biden administration could “neutralize” the issue of the president’s age in the remaining months before the election.

“No,” Snerdley replied succinctly.

“There’s no way that they can neutralize it at all because his age is his age,” he added, pointing out that the age itself is not the factor but it is that Biden is “challenged because of his age.”

“That’s the issue. If Joe Biden had his full faculties, and if he were operating with full acuity, no one would question his age,” Snerdley continued.

“The fact is, they are hiding him. They have to hide him. The fact is, his handlers have to tell him every step,” he said. “So, yes, his age is a factor only because of the condition that he’s in. And no matter what the mainstream press does at this point, they cannot hide the truth.”

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