New York Times It was heavily criticized on Sunday. There were “biased” and “incorrect” tweets about Senator Joe Manchin’s DW.Va., which oversees voting rights and maintains the opposition.
In a tweet, the New York Times stated Manchin’s position was against efforts to combat voter suppression and against restoring ethical controls in government.
“Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia said he would not vote for Democrats’ broad bill to fight voter suppression and restore ethical controls for the shattered presidency. by Donald Trump,” the tweet reads. The language of the tweet is almost the same as the first paragraph of the article. which critics say is framed from a leftist perspective.
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Over the weekend, Manchin issued an op-ed declaring his opposition to the Democrat-backed S.1 For the People Act. and reiterated his resistance to get rid of the opposition. The news hit President Biden and Democrats. Because any important law It will need the support of 10 Republicans to defeat the opposition.
Mark Hemingway, senior author of RealClearInvestigations writes, “This headline is cartoonish and inaccurate.”
Republican surveyor Patrick Raffini questioned whether “Journalism or Sponsorship”
Others said the New York Times acted like the Democratic Super PAC and that they didn’t handle Manchin’s decision very well.
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Democrats have a majority in the House of Representatives and are divided 50-50 in the Senate, with Vice President Harris an equal number of votes. in the past few months Journalists relentlessly asked Manchin and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., about their support for the Senate opposition. Progressives in Capitol Hill and in the media have pressured the two senators to change their stance.
Left-wing CNN hosts Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo similarly criticized Manchin and Sinema during the show last week.