CNN Raves Over Scrunchie-Wearing ‘All-Access’ Jill Biden as Feminist First Lady

While the liberal media nastily smeared Melania Trump by reducing her to being “arm candy” and a “trophy wife,” it has nothing but praise for Jill Biden. On Saturday’s CNN Newsroom, host Fredricka Whitfield continued the media’s love affair with the First Lady by bringing on correspondent Kate Bennett to fawn over her. Whitfield excitedly proclaimed that “the new First Lady is redefining the role of the White House’s East Wing” and joined the media’s sycophantic praise for Biden visiting a bakery while wearing a scrunchie by declaring that Biden is “an all access First Lady.” 

Whitfield began the puffery by gleefully describing some of Biden’s recent activities and claiming that her Valentine’s Day decorations “brought a smile to so many people’s faces”:

 

 

This morning, First Lady Jill Biden is speaking to a virtual conference for student veterans. It’s the latest in a long series of public events Biden has participated in since taking — her husband took office one month ago. From coordinating a Valentine’s Day message on the White House lawn to meeting National Guard troops after the January 6th riot the first — the new First Lady is redefining the role of the White House’s East Wing.. I remember seeing those hearts throughout the lawn all week long. It really brought a smile to so many people’s faces, particularly because of Valentine’s Day.

On the other hand, the leftist media was obsessed with bashing Melania’s decorating choices. The media labeled her Rose Garden design “neo-fascistic” and CNN’s Kate Anderson Brower bizarrely attacked Melania for her “Handmaid Tale” Christmas trees. 

Bennett praised Biden for “hitting the ground running” and claimed that the “different” Jill Biden is somehow the first First Lady in U.S. history to be “passionate” about “her interests”:

So the interesting thing about Jill Biden and what’s different about her is that she really is passionate about several different components of her, you know, her interests. There’s veterans, there’s joining forces, which is about military families, there’s cancer research and care, there’s education, free community college. And I think what we’ve seen in the past month is that this is not a First Lady who is sort of getting in and feeling her way around before she decides what to do, quite the opposite. This is a First Lady who is hitting the ground running. She’s got, you know, decades of experience as a political spouse and has said publicly I don’t intend to waste one minute of this role or this platform.

Bennett then tried to turn Biden into some sort of feminist icon by bravely pronouncing that “women, especially Jill Biden, have demonstrated they’re capable of doing a multitude of things and doing them focused and doing them full throated.” However, the Washington Post may have to label Bennett a sexist because she did not refer to Jill Biden as “Dr. Jill Biden” during the segment.

Whitfield continued the media’s infatuation with Biden’s scrunchie and bakery visit by proclaiming that Biden is “an all access First Lady” who wants “to be any in all places”:

Can I just call it an all access First Lady is what it seems like she’s already, you know, establishing. I mean I think it was nice for people in D.C. particularly, right in southeast D.C. to see her come into a bakery, you know. And that picture went viral. You know, wearing her scrunchie in her hair, and carrying, you know, her own baked items that she had just purchased, which also sends a very strong signal of just, you know, I want to be able to be any in all places as the First Lady.

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Read the full February 20th transcript here:

CNN Newsroom

2/20/21

11:57 AM: 12:01 PM

FREDRICKA WHITFIELD: This morning, First Lady Jill Biden is speaking to a virtual conference for student veterans. It’s the latest in a long series of public events Biden has participated in since taking — her husband took office one month ago. From coordinating a Valentine’s Day message on the White House lawn to meeting National Guard troops after the January 6th riot the first — the new First Lady is redefining the role of the White House’s East Wing. CNN’s Kate Bennett is in Washington for us. So Kate, good to see you. I remember seeing those hearts throughout the lawn all week long. It — it really brought a smile to so many people’s faces, particularly because of Valentine’s Day. So let’s talk about and now what we’ve seen in the new First Lady. But we haven’t necessarily heard her lay out a specific platform except that she did say she was going to return to, you know, veteran family- related affairs, right?

KATE BENNETT (CNN CORRESPONDENT): Right. So the interesting thing about Jill Biden and what’s different about her is that she really is passionate about several different components of her, you know, her interests. There’s — there’s veterans, there’s joining forces, which is about military families, there’s cancer research and care, there’s education, free community college. And I think what we’ve seen in the past month is that this is not a First Lady who is sort of getting in and — and feeling her way around before she decides what to do, quite the opposite. This is a First Lady who is hitting the ground running. She’s got, you know, decades of experience as a — as a political spouse and — and has said publicly I don’t intend to waste one minute of this role or this platform. So although she hasn’t necessarily assigned one particular thing, and quite frankly, Fred, I think it’s sort of an antiquated component to being a First Lady to have one First Lady platform — 

WHITFIELD: Yeah.

BENNETT: — and it’s a thing you smack on a tote bag. I think, you know, women, especially Jill Biden, have demonstrated they’re capable of doing a multitude of things and doing them focused and doing them full throated. And I think what we’re going to see from her is — is really something that spans more than just one topic or one initiative.

WHITFIELD: Yeah. Can I call it —

BENNETT: She’s got staff on board to do that.

WHITFIELD: Right. Can I just call it an all access First Lady is what it seems like she’s already, you know, establishing. I mean I think it was — it was nice for people in D.C. particularly, right in southeast D.C. to see her come into a bakery, you know. And that picture went viral. You know, wearing her scrunchie in her hair, and carrying, you know, her own baked items that she had just purchased, which also sends a very strong signal of just, you know, I want to be able to be any in all places as the First Lady.

BENNETT: Yeah, and I think that’s what we’re going to continue to see from Joe Biden. This is someone who has an agenda and is ready to go and is ready to be focused and we’ll have to watch this unfold but one month in certainly and she’s taking on quite a bit.

 

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