CNN HQ is in chaos after this jaw-dropping video exposed their corruption

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Left-wing media pundits will always go to bat for Democrats. But sometimes it blows up in their face.

And CNN HQ is in chaos after this jaw-dropping video exposed their corruption.

Bill Weir, a climate reporter for CNN, raved over President Joe Biden’s comments this week in Maui, in which he compared the worst fire the United States has seen in over 100 years to a tiny fire that occurred in his kitchen about 20 years ago. Biden was comparing the fire to the worst fire the United States has seen in over 100 years.

According to state and municipal officials, the flames that occurred on Maui earlier this month were responsible for the deaths of more than 100 people, with more than 1,000 individuals still missing and unaccounted for, and the destruction of almost 3,000 houses.

“President and Dr. Biden spent several hours both over Lahaina on the ground here and meeting with both first responders and victims of this tragedy at the big shelter, the War Memorial shelter in central Maui,” Weir began.

Weir stated that Biden “said the right things in many cases when he came to the microphone to give his statements,” and later added that he “did serve as empathizer-in-chief after five days of being mostly silent on the issue publicly.”

Weir’s comments were made in reference to Biden’s statements that he “came to the microphone to give.”

After receiving a barrage of criticism early on for allegedly not taking a personal interest in the disaster while he was on vacation, Vice President Joe Biden paid a visit to the island on Monday and stirred additional controversy with his statements.

When Biden compared the fire to one that occurred in his home in the early 2000s, the Associated Press reported at the time that the fire was “small” and “contained to the kitchen.”

This comparison landed Biden in some very hot water.

According to the chief of the Delaware Fire Department, they made rapid progress toward the residence and had the situation brought under control in a matter of minutes.

“I don’t want to compare difficulties, but we have a little sense, Jill and I, what it’s like to lose a home,” Biden said.

“Years ago — now 15 years ago — I was in Washington doing ‘Meet the Press.’ It was a sunny Sunday, and lightning struck at home on a little lake that’s outside of our home — not a lake, a big pond — and hit a wire and came up underneath our home into the heating ducts — the air conditioning ducts.”

“To make a long story short, I almost lost my wife, my ‘67 Corvette, and my cat,” he continued.

“But all kidding aside, I watched the firefighters, the way they responded.”

Biden said firefighters ran into the “flames” in his home “to save my wife and save my family. Not a joke.”

“The smoke — and the firefighters here can tell you — sometimes smoke is so thick. From the windows out, it was that thick inside the home. And we were — we were insured. We did not have any problem, but being out of our home for a better part of a year was difficult,” Biden added.

“I can only imagine what it’s like to lose your home completely burned to the ground.”

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