Time Magazine’s undeserved naming of Biden and Harris as it’s the person of the year

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 Time Magazine unveiled former Vice President Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris, its “Person of the Year” Friday, celebrating its annual ritual of naming a person, group, or idea the most critically important force on the face of the planet over the course of the last 12 months.

Time’s 2020 cover feature of the Biden-Harris profile is reminiscent of the heroism portrayed of Stacey Abrams by the Washington Post earlier this year, casting the media’s revered Democratic figures as righteous champions of Democracy and serving as beacons of hope and freedom in the dystopian Trump-plagued era.

The more than 6,400-word profile is beaming with admiration for the man who, one might think coming away from reading it, is saving the nation from collapse. The piece declares the outgoing incumbent president a ‘minotaur,’ while comparing Biden to Abraham Lincoln. Trump, the authors wrote, is a sick symptom of American racism and inequality “that undermines both its ideals and its functioning,” federalist.com reported.  

Jerry Dunleavy, a reporter at the Washington Examiner, pointed out the magazine declared the frontline workers of the Ebola crisis its ‘Person of the Year’ in 2014, an epidemic far less consequential than the one suffered today, bringing the entire world to its knees.

The more than 6,400-word profile is beaming with admiration for the man who, one might think coming away from reading it, is saving the nation from collapse. The piece declares the outgoing incumbent president a ‘minotaur,’ while comparing Biden to Abraham Lincoln. Trump, the authors wrote, is a sick symptom of American racism and inequality “that undermines both its ideals and its functioning,” federalist.com reported.  

Jerry Dunleavy, a reporter at the Washington Examiner, pointed out the magazine declared the frontline workers of the Ebola crisis its ‘Person of the Year’ in 2014, an epidemic far less consequential than the one suffered today, bringing the entire world to its knees.

The magazine chose the president-elect and the vice president-elect over frontline health care workers (along with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci), the racial justice movement, and President Trump, The New York Times (nytimes.com)  said.

Not only is the piece a boring and biased endorsement of the radical left’s agenda and unadulterated praise of Biden, but the blessing is also underserved and premature.

We query whether the Times will adjust their opinions as the investigation of Hunter Biden continues; it is quite plausible that evidence will show Joe’s knowledge and engagement in these allegations—something he has denied throughout the 2020 election.  

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