The Economist Sends Loud and Clear Message to Biden With This ‘Brutal’ Cover

The Economist turned heads on social media with its latest cover story blasting President Biden following his debate against former President Trump.
Published July 5, 2023

President Biden insisted Thursday he’s not stepping aside despite pressure to exit the presidential race after last week’s disastrous debate, which highlighted concerns about his mental and physical fitness to continue the job.

It’s not just donors, commentators, and some Democrat lawmakers who are urging him to bow out of the race, even liberal media which for years defended Biden, 81, on these issues, is now turning on him.

One recent—and brutal—example of this came from The Economist’s July 4 cover, which featured a walker with the presidential seal on it and the words, “No way to run a country.”

The corresponding piece by the editorial board argued Biden is “unfit” to be president.

“It was agony to watch a befuddled old man struggling to recall words and facts. His inability to land an argument against a weak opponent was dispiriting. But the operation by his campaign to deny what tens of millions of Americans saw with their own eyes is more toxic than either, because its dishonesty provokes contempt.”

The board continues, “Democrats argue, rightly, that Mr Trump is unfit to be president. But the debate and its aftermath have proved Mr Biden unfit, too. First, because of his mental decline. Mr Biden can still appear dynamic during short, scripted appearances. But you cannot run a superpower by autocue. And you cannot put an international crisis on hold because the president is having a bad night.”

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SOURCE: www.townhall.com

RELATED: Economist editorial mocking Biden with image of walker breaks internet: ‘Goes for the jugular’

One prominent X user remarked, ‘When the Economist turns on one of their own, it’s OVER’

 

Published July 4, 2024

Liberal magazine The Economist stunned social media users on July 4th with an eye-popping new cover story that slammed President Biden over his age and fitness for office.

Most notably, the cover story featured an image of an elderly person’s walker with a presidential seal on it next to the words: “No way to run a country.”

“Oh my, The Economist goes for the jugular,” BBC journalist Julia Macfarlane posted to X on Thursday.

Shared on X, the outlet’s new cover gained significant attention on the platform, getting over 1 million views in just a few hours. In addition to the provocative cover image, The Economist’s corresponding piece — a column from the editorial board — took Biden to task for his debate performance, stating it proved he is “unfit” to be president.

The board began by stating, “It was agony to watch a befuddled old man struggling to recall words and facts. His inability to land an argument against a weak opponent was dispiriting. But the operation by his campaign to deny what tens of millions of Americans saw with their own eyes is more toxic than either, because its dishonesty provokes contempt.”

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SOURCE: www.foxnews.com

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