Depart it to CNN to point out hypocrisy in terms of stairs. 4 years in the past this week, the far-left cable community mocked Donald Trump as supposedly “afraid of stairs,” together with getting on and off planes. However now, the station has largely ignored Joe Biden falling as he tried to climb Air Power One. 

In March of 2017, CNN correspondent Jeanne Moos mockingly cited others, “’ScareCase’ chortled one British paper again when President Trump took Prime Minister [Theresa] Might’s hand as they navigated their approach up on the White Home.”

Extra Moos mockery: “Ever since first listening to in regards to the phobia rumor…. I’ve grow to be barely obsessive about watching President Trump watch his step.”

 

 

As Fox News reported, CNN (together with MSNBC) wasn’t a lot all in favour of Biden’s fall whereas trying to get on Air Power One: 

After sounding the alarm over President Trump’s use of a ramp on the U.S. Army Academy through the 2020 presidential election, each CNN and MSNBC on Friday nearly ignored President Biden’s intense fall whereas climbing the steps onto Air Power One. 

Biden fell three separate occasions whereas boarding the presidential airplane for a visit to Atlanta. The White Home later issued an announcement saying he was nice and suggesting that the “wind” at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland was in charge for the ordeal. 

In keeping with Grabien transcripts, CNN spent simply 15 seconds on how Biden “struggled to seek out his footing” on the “windy” morning and the way he “left the airplane with ease” upon his arrival in Atlanta. 

NewsBusters Managing Editor Curtis Houck, nonetheless, discovered that, for Trump in 2020

A NewsBusters evaluation has discovered that CNN and MSNBC spent a heaping 50 minutes and 55 seconds (excluding teases) on June 15 reveling within the ordeal as an indication of Trump’s supposed psychological and bodily decline that needed to be additional investigated.

For extra examples from our flashback sequence, which we name the NewsBusters Time Machine, go here.