Hannity created uproar against Biden, cursing his inaugural speech – which received bipartisan acclaim, and which Hannes co-worker Chris Wallace, a top Fox anchor, called “the best” opening speech he had ever “heard – as.” Actually “extremely” and said “sounded like a spontaneous student council speech.”
Hainty called Biden “weak” and “cognitively conflicted”, on two subjects he and other colleagues of former President Donald Trump had worked hard on during the campaign, and voters had rejected it – before saying He felt that after watching the news coverage of the “puke” opening.
In the last hour Carlson focused on Biden’s white supremacy and condemnation of domestic terrorism, which the president vowed to confront and defeat.
“They are America’s enemies, we should wage a war against them,” Carlson said, mocking Biden’s pledge to accept the extremists.
It was not a very subtle suggestion that Biden and the Democrats could use the power of the federal government to unfairly target their political opponents.
Other weapons of the right-wing media were not very friendly.
Newsmax TV, the right-wing cable channel, promoted the lie that the elections were stolen from former President Donald Trump, segmenting the segment Thursday night, cursing Biden’s “radical immigration agenda”, saying he had “a contradiction”[ed] Itself in ‘integrated’ speech. “
Ruth Limbaugh, the king of conservative talk-radio, said Biden’s speech “may have been one of the least memorable opening speeches.”
Limbaugh gave a speech to his audience thus: “In this speech Biden called us domestic terrorists and then called for unity in one breath.”
On the right-wing web, Breitbart in the front-page headlines on Thursday referred to Biden as “GLOBALIST JOE” and announced that “presidential rule” was headed by him.
The top headline on Wednesday on the far-right Gateway Pundit website claimed that the election had been “stolen” from Trump.