Yamiche Alcindor Gleefully Gets in Last, Hateful Jabs at Trump, but Look What She Says About Biden

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In the waning hours of President Donald Trump’s four-year term in the White House on Tuesday, word got around that he would be making a speech in the early evening. As usual, before major announcements and special political events in Washington, D.C., some excerpts were released in advance of his speech to the nation tonight. And PBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor felt the need to make a series of her usual, out-of-context attacks on a man she sees as a political enemy.

She wrote:

WH has released excerpts of Pres Trump’s farewell speech. He will say, “Now, as I prepare to hand power over to a new administration at Noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning.”

Note: He is skipping handing power at inauguration.

I noticed something was off about her Twitter timeline, and called her out for it:

She couldn’t bring herself to report something positive Pres. Trump said. But, here she is, practically in the same breath, in the previous tweets she wrote the same time period, about President-elect Joe Biden.

President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration speech is expected to be between 20 and 30 minutes.

The speech is built around the theme of unity and he will speak about “the need to bring the country together during an unprecedented moment of crisis,” sources say.

She continues:

Sources say Biden will “reach out to all Americans, and call on every citizen to be part of meeting the extraordinary challenges facing all of us. His remarks will be a forward-looking vision for his presidency while addressing the moment we are living in as a country.”

Later, Alcindor doubled down on her biased attacks on Trump, once his speech video was released.

Make sure to check out my colleague Mike Miller’s piece on the speech itself.

It wasn’t difficult to find instances throughout the Trump presidency of Alcindor acting more as a Democrat activist than a journalist, as you can read here, here, here, and here from Sister Toldjah and Bonchie in these pages. The fact is that the PBS scribe is the worst kind of hack; she doesn’t even try to hide her disdain for anyone who disagrees with her worldview, including almost half of Americans. This is the kind of media we’ll be seeing a return of, with a Democrat again sitting in the Oval Office.

Joel Pollak from Breitbart News shared this quote from the president’s speech on Twitter — and it’s why many of us voted for him once, if not twice. He fights against the leftists and their media pals like Alcindor, and hopefully, at least some Republicans will continue that over the next four years.

“I did not seek the easiest course; by far, it was actually the most difficult. I did not seek the path that would get the least criticism. I took on the tough battles, the hardest fights, the most difficult choices, because that’s what you elected me to do.” – President Trump

Here’s a brief clip of the end of his nearly 20-minute farewell speech:





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