Media Suddenly Declares Biden's Economy Strongest Ever after Secret Narrative Meeting

As if by magic, media outlets are suddenly declaring that Democrat Joe Biden’s economy is the strongest ever, without the administration doing anything to fix the many economic crises that are crippling the country.

However, the change in tone comes almost immediately after Neon Nettle reported that the administration has been holding “secret” meetings with “news” outlets on how to “reshape” Biden’s “message” to the public.

The White House has been working with major establishment media outlets in an effort to promote “favorable” coverage of Biden, instead of calling out his failings.

Biden admin has reportedly not been “happy” with headlines that state the truth about the supply-chain disaster and the Democratic regime’s handling of the economy.

To counter this problem, they “have been working behind the scenes trying to reshape coverage in its favor,” CNN’s Reliable Sources said.

Senior White House and administration officials “have been briefing major newsrooms over the past week,” according to one source.

Biden officials have been discussing with newsrooms trends pertaining to job creation, economic growth, supply chains, and more.

The new narrative that the administration wants the media to push is that “the country’s economy is in much better shape than it was last year.”

The conversations were described as “productive,” with anchors, reporters, and producers seemingly on board with the propaganda drive.

And just like that, Biden’s economy is suddenly doing great.

On Thursday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer stated on his TV show “Mad Money” that the economy was “stronger than [he’s] ever seen.”

“First of all, to me, we have the strongest economy perhaps I have ever seen,” Cramer gushed.

“Did you see that number this morning?

“That unemployment number? It’s the best in years, the best since ’69.

“We have all spotted the endless help wanted signs, the housing and apartment shortages, the tremendous demand for goods and services — a marvel to behold.

“Oh, people are confident about their jobs, I say fantastic, and the ability to [even] get better ones if they want to.

“They’re spending more than I’ve ever seen, but they’re doing it with cash, not on credit.”

“They’re doing so in a roaring 20s style,” he concluded.

Does any of that sound like a strong economy to you? No?

Then perhaps you’re part of the 61% of American voters who believe the economy is heading in the wrong direction.

But Cramer has — more or less — gone off the deep end recently.

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