MSNBC Goes Full North Korea Media Over Biden State of the Union Speech

MRC Latino | March 8, 2024
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NICOLLE WALLACE: I- this was his “how ‘bout them apples” speech for me. I mean, this is what, the fourth? You know, we’ve watched this before. I think that grabbing the room by- he started with World War II. And the Civil War. And rooted the threat facing our country from “my predecessor” in those two, you know, epic battles and he quoted Ronald Reagan. It was like a punch in the face to every Republican in the room. And that's how it started. This was the first 90, you know, first 120 seconds. There were Republican- and he rooted the address in the Civil War, World War II, and then quoted Reagan and that was a punch in the nose. It’s why by the end, Lindsey Graham was slouched in his seat with his arm folded, chuckling like it was John McCain up there. I mean, the- the- the- the- the sort of, you know, waving of the white flag by the Re- I mean Mike Johnson's face, I think, told the whole story. And I think that they’re, I mean, they will be attacking him by, you know… I’m sure they are right now, or they will by 11:15 on Fox News but everybody knows that this was a great speech and everybody knows that if this is the message going into the next eight months, the polls will soon reflect that, and this will be a real fight. I think taking on his own age 3 times in the end shows not just Republicans but Democrats he’s not afraid of defending his stature, his status.

RACHEL MADDOW: (Biden) said, “In my career, I’ve been called too young and I’ve been called too old.

WALLACE: He makes three references about his age. And I think the abortion debate has already been won, and I agree, by taking on the Supreme Court, he’s ready to take it to the next level. I thought this was a really remarkable State of the Union.