CNN, New York Times figures beclown themselves on recession definition in catering to Dems: Joe Concha

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Who knew CNN stood for the Comedy News Network? 

Check out this framing on the U.S. economic situation from its senior media correspondent. It’s, for lack of a better word, weird.

“It’s what you see in every banner. Recession fears. Economists seem to be struggling to explain this weird economy, maybe the weirdest economy we ever lived through,” CNN’s Brian Stelter said last weekend.

Nah, only partisan economists are “struggling to explain this weird economy,” which has had two consecutive quarters of gross domestic product shrinkage. 

Economist Paul Krugman says the country isn’t in a recession on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.” (Screenshot/CNN/ReliableSources)

POLITICO, CNN, MSNBC JOURNALISTS BACK OFF RECESSION DEFINITION THEY PREVIOUSLY ESPOUSED

The American people see things differently than the elites in media, because they know what they feel every time they buy food, or fill up their tank, or try to get baby formula, or pay their electric bill. 

It’s this not-so-weird thing called inflation. And it currently sits at a staggering 9.1 percent. For context, inflation was at 1.4 percent when Joe Biden took office.

On cue, the White House and its allies in the media, such

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