What A Clown, Hostin Blames Christmas, Not Biden, For 'Misplaced' Documents
The Democrats have proven yet again that they will do anything to protect Joe Biden, even if it means making up ridiculous excuses and spinning the facts. This was made evident on Friday’s episode of The View when co-host Sunny Hostin attempted to make excuses for the recent news that classified documents had been found in Biden’s Delaware garage.
Hostin refused to walk back her conspiracy theory that Republicans may have planted the documents there and instead floated the absurd claim that Biden was too busy with the holidays to be transparent with the American people. “I will also say I think the holidays helped them out a little bit,” she said.
It’s obvious that the Democrats and their allies in the media are not interested in the truth but rather in protecting the Biden administration at all costs. Self-described conservative Alyssa Farah Griffin pointed out the “terrible fact pattern” surrounding the case and how the Biden White House hid this from Americans for months.
But Hostin wasn’t the only one spinning the story. Joy Behar admitted that “all that looks different but I think it still looks bad for Biden. I do. I think it doesn’t look good for him.” Meanwhile, faux Republican Ana Navarro actually tried to defend Biden and claimed that the documents he had were no big deal because “nobody was missing them for seven years.”
Faux Republican and friend of Biden, Ana Navarro also attempted to spin the story and huffed that the documents he had were no big deal because “nobody was missing them for seven years.” She even ridiculously claimed that Biden could have “easily flushed them down the toilet, had his crazy German Shepherd eat them, or burnt them in the fireplace, but he didn’t.”
It’s obvious that the Democrats will stop at nothing to protect their party and their leader, and that includes making up excuses and spinning the facts. This is a dangerous game to play, as it erodes the public’s trust in the government and in the media. It also sets a dangerous precedent for future administrations and their actions.