In a recent episode of the “Politics War Room” podcast, Democratic strategist James Carville suggested Joe Biden’s regime push the media to help defeat Donald Trump.

During the podcast, Carville suggested that the White House should go further by instructing the media on what to cover and should establish “some kind of enforcement mechanism” to ensure compliance. He used the analogy of a “mosquito in a news colony,” emphasizing the need to focus on specific negative aspects of Trump rather than jumping from one topic to another.

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Carville criticized the White House for not taking charge, stating that Joe Biden should deliver a speech with a specific negative point to accentuate and follow it through with a coherent line of attack. He emphasized the importance of unified reporting to convey the message effectively to the public, bemoaning the scattering of opinions across various media outlets.

Co-host Al Hunt, a former reporter and executive Washington editor at The Wall Street Journal, expressed agreement with Carville’s sentiments. Carville had previously criticized Kahn’s approach, urging media outlets to increase their biased coverage of Trump to prevent his potential reelection in 2024.

In a direct quote, Carville emphasized that he is in favor of biased coverage in the current political climate, stating, “I don’t have anything against slanted coverage. I really don’t … I would have something against it at most other times in American history, but not right now. F**k your objectivity. The real objectivity in this country right now is we’re either going to have a Constitution, or we’re not.”



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