Major media corporations turn on Biden in stunning fashion, and it could spell the end of his campaign

Joe Biden and the Radical Left have had the media squarely in their pocket for quite some time now. But has all of that changed?

Because now, major media corporations have turned on Biden in stunning fashion, and it could mean the end of Biden’s campaign.

ABC News says that many prominent mainstream media news organizations have written an open letter to presidential candidates requesting that they take part in televised debates prior to the general election.

President Joe Biden has refused to participate in a debate that President Donald Trump has consistently asked for.

The Trump team has repeatedly asked Joe Biden’s campaign to debate the presumed GOP nominee, Donald Trump, but Biden doesn’t seem to care and will not comply.

Each of the two men participated in two debates during the 2020 presidential contest.

ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, CNN, NBC Universal, NewsNation, USA Today, C-SPAN, Noticias Univision, NPR, PBS NewsHour, and the Associated Press released the following letter on Sunday.

“With the contours of the 2024 general election now coming into clear focus, we—the undersigned national news organizations—urge the presumptive presidential nominees to publicly commit to participating in general election debates before November’s election,” they wrote.

“General election debates have a rich tradition in our American democracy, having played a vital role in every presidential election of the past 50 years, dating to 1976,” the letter continued.

“In each of those elections, tens of millions have tuned in to watch the candidates debating side by side, in a competition of ideas for the votes of American citizens.”

“If there is one thing Americans can agree on during this polarized time, it is that the stakes of this election are exceptionally high. Amidst that backdrop, there is simply no substitute for the candidates debating with each other, and before the American people, their visions for the future of our nation,” the letter concluded.

This fall, there are three general election debates planned; however, President Biden has not yet confirmed that he will take part in them.

The Commission on Presidential Debates received a letter from senior campaign aides to Trump on Thursday, urging “much earlier” and “more” presidential debates than were initially proposed and noting that voting is beginning “earlier.”

Some of Trump’s campaign advisors emphasized that “Voting is beginning earlier and earlier, and as we saw in 2020, tens of millions of Americans had already voted by the time of the first debate.”

According to NBC, advisers Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles wrote, “specific to the Commission’s proposed 2024 calendar, it simply comes too late.”

At his rally in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, President Trump opened an empty podium next to him and invited Vice President Joe Biden to a debate.

Trump said, “I’m calling on Crooked Joe Biden to debate. ANYTIME, ANYWHERE, ANYPLACE!”

The Biden campaign has expressed displeasure with the Commission on Presidential Debates’ scheduling of the debates, suggesting that the unbiased organization that has sponsored the events since the 1980s is unsure of its ability to have a “fair” conversation with Trump.

Biden stated to ABC News in March that a debate with Trump “depends on his behavior.”

However, the American people are demanding a debate, and now even the sold-out media which are squarely in the Left’s pocket are joining in on the calls for Biden to step up.

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