The marriage between President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden in comparison to their predecessors Donald and Melania Trump is, well, there really is no comparison. Even since Joe’s days as a United States Senator, then as Vice President of the United States, and on into the White House himself, the love between the Biden couple has been palpable and oh so real — starkly unlike that of Donald and his
mail-order porn star, I mean, bride.
We’ve seen with our own eyes the way the Bidens honor, love, and protect each other. And evidently, that’s threatening to the Right. Or, at least to the Right’s biggest crybaby, Tucker Carlson.
Recently, Carlson ran a little over his time slot during his Fox News segment and apparently thought it’d be a good use of his time to capitalize on the opportunity to criticize and attack the marriage of President and First Lady Joe and Jill Biden — ultimately referring to their long-lasting and devoted relationship as a “PR campaign” and calling it “as real as climate change.”
“The Bidens’ affection is totally real. It’s in no way part of a slick PR campaign devised by cynical consultants determined to hide the president’s senility by misdirection,” Carlson stated, his words thick with 3rd-grade level sarcasm.
“No, not at all,” he then added with a laugh. “Their love is as real as climate change.”
“Their love is as real as climate change”
Tucker Carlson’s newest bizarre take is that Jill and Joe Bidens’ 44-year marriage is actually a PR sham cooked up by political consultants pic.twitter.com/3MYtCjKqUs
— Kat Abu (@abughazalehkat) February 17, 2021
The Fox News host went on to launch a petty attack against POLITICO and media outlets of the like for even daring to cover the Biden’s 44-year-long relationship and their comfort with affection in public. Evidently, Carlson’s scorn was born from a POLITICO article titled, It just symbolizes everything’: Bidens bring presidential PDA back to the White House.
I’ve got news for you, Tucker. Climate change is real and so is the Biden marriage. What’s not real is that tan of yours and your hopes and dreams of ever being anything more than late-night trash TV that’s only viewed by geriatrics and people whose only relationship experience is with a kinda-distant cousin.