We at RedState often recount for readers tales of the unserious, despicable people who fill the anchor chairs and other roles at CNN, and their unserious, despicable words and actions.
One of those people working at Jeff Zucker’s cable news channel is an analyst named Harry Enten — but being CNN and all, the term ‘journalism’ is worn loosely there, much like a Muumuu or some drawstring, silk pajama bottoms. And there’s this unfortunate, recent report that it’s been a sad little while for the people in charge there, with the ratings tanking with no Trump to kick around anymore…but I digress
Enten’s new ‘analysis’ piece, published Saturday via CNN’s online platform, is just more of the same — vaccine virtue-signaling in the service of boosting the Biden Administration’s bread and circuses charade that Biden and Harris have done something miraculous to combat the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic for the American people. Of course, it’s done while insinuating that that President Donald Trump failed to do these same thing. Now, that’s being put out as a blatant attack on the deplorables who voted for Trump in red states, too, who want to kill Grandma with the COVID China flu, if CNN is reading the tea leaves right, that is.
Enten’s story and its attempt at deception starts with the dishonest, clickbait headline: “Most blue states will make Biden’s July 4 vaccine goal. The red ones won’t.”
That’s when he dives in head-first into the idiocy: (emphasis added)
The United States looks increasingly unlikely to reach President Joe Biden’s July 4 vaccine goal. We need at least 70% of all adults to have one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, and we’re on pace to have somewhere between 67% and 68%.
The overall picture masks, however, an underlying pattern: Nearly all of the states Biden won will make his goal, while all of the states he lost are unlikely to.
The vaccine partisan divide among adults is greater than ever currently. As of Thursday’s CDC report, 69.9% of adults in the average Biden-won state have received at least one dose, meaning those states have basically already reached
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