It is fairly safe to say that Brit Hume is not exactly a fan of Trump.
Having said that, Hume has been complimentary of Trump when he did something good and very critical during mistakes.
In other words, he has been fair, something we rarely get to say about today’s media personalities.
Calling Out Biden
Hume is very much plugged in to what is being said on other networks.
During a recent CNN interview, the White House Director of Public Engagement, Cedric Richmond, starting spewing misinformation.
The big push by the Biden administration right now is that Trump left behind no plan for distribution.
That, of course, is just a blatant lie, as more than six million doses were distributed during Trump’s last week and roughly 1.6 million were distributed during Trump’s last day in office.
The Biden administration wants to play savior here, so it will try to push a narrative that vaccines were bottlenecked and not going out.
After Richmond pushed this narrative, Hume set them all straight…
Remarkable that this no-plan distribution has brought us almost to the million shots a day that Biden has set as his 100-day goal. https://t.co/Pd1t0fzmrM
— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 24, 2021
100 Million in 100 Days
The reason this narrative is being pushed is that Biden wants to claim responsibility when we hit the 100 million mark for vaccinations if it happens to occur during his first 100 days in office.
As I have reported earlier, at this point, if Biden just stays out of the way, the distribution as is will hit that mark.
His time would probably be better spent reaching out to his Democrat buddies in states like California that are lagging well behind the national average per capita because they probably never believed a vaccine would be delivered this quickly.
Just watch how this narrative continues to get twisted over the next few weeks and months as the mainstream media continues to try to sell Joe Biden as the savior of this country, even though the aging Biden has already gone on record to say there is “nothing” he can do to alter the trajectory of the pandemic over the next few months.