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Video || Time magazine provides a window into media bias

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  1. The most damning aspect of that cover is that they went with a hand-drawn cartoon of Biden’s face, because there is no photograph taken in the last two years that would have been any kinder. He has aged so rapidly that it is both undeniable and embarrassing. By itself, age isn’t a factor. But coupled with his cognitive decline, is it a visual reminder that we only have ‘half’ a President, if that much.

    I’m not saying that a photograph with photoshopped glasses would have been any less groveling, but the drawing instead of a photograph is the worst part of it.

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