Radio and TV personality Bill Cunningham returned from vacation to host his program Sunday Night Live on WLW out of Cincinnati. Evidently he used the time off to gather proverbial ammunition about President-Elect Joe Biden, the media and many other topics overnight Sunday into early Monday morning, and he unloaded with both barrels. His most provocative statements were a prediction that Biden would not finish his four year term as president and that while the mainstream media was not very excited about the prospect of a Joe Biden presidency, they were “having orgasms” at the thought of President Donald Trump leaving the White House.
“Joe Biden has said in multiple interviews that he is going to be a one term president,” Cunningham said. “To be completely honest, I don’t think he will finish his first term. They have it set up for Senator Kamala Harris to take over very soon.”
Cunningham then launches several attacks against Biden’s physical and mental health.
“Biden (78) already has that old man shuffle going,” Cunningham said. “He needs to be on a walker. He is falling down. He can’t read a teleprompter or even remember the names of world or state capitals. He doesn’t know that Health and Human Services is not Health Education and Welfare. In short, this man is not fit physically and mentally to be president. Now we find out about the Biden Crime Family. The drumbeat from the left has already started to install Kamala Harris as president.”
“I remember watching an interview with Joe Biden in 2018 on CNN,” Cunningham continued. “The Joe Biden of 2018 looks a whole lot better physically and mentally than the Joe Biden of 2020 and being president accelerates the aging process 2 to 3 times the normal rate. Those on the inside closest to Joe Biden know that he is not capable of doing the job.”
For these reasons, Cunningham says that no one is excited about a Joe Biden presidency.
“The democrats and the left are not excited about Joe Biden like they were for Clinton and Obama,” he said. “Among Republicans, there was a lot excitement surrounding the Bushes and Trump, You just don’t see it for Biden. The media is over here having orgasms about the end of the Trump presidency and COVID-19 while the Electoral College is about to select the most unfit president since (James) Buchanan. I still have hope for President Trump, but it would take a miracle at this point. He is going to have to run through a carwash without getting wet.”
Jacob Conley writes about news/talk radio BNM. He can be found on Twitter @GWUJake or reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jay Weber: Media ‘Covering’ For Biden, Democrats On Border Crisis
“Biden and the Democrats are allowing it to happen. Allowing it! And the news media covers for them.”
Many conservative commentators have maligned the interview President Joe Biden conducted with Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes last Sunday, and have claimed he got a “pass” on the nation’s southern border. 1130 WISN host Jay Weber can be added to that list.
“Trust me, if a Republican was president, dozens of terrorists roaming America because of the president — intentionally — reopened the borders, it would be a huge deal and a relentless obsession by the news media,” Weber said. “Biden and the Democrats are allowing it to happen. Allowing it! And the news media covers for them.”
Weber pointed out a perceived hypocrisy in liberal circles, as many have claimed Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is guilty of kidnapping after sending illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, MA, but are ok allowing the southern border to remain open.
He continued by pointing out the southern border’s role in national security, saying it took only 13 people to attack America on 9/11.
Dan Mandis: There’s A Reason Greg Gutfeld Is Winning Late-Night Competition
“There are consequences for doing that. It is now well known that Greg Gutfeld, over there on Fox News, is beating the snot out of Stephen Colbert.”
After playing a recent clip from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Mandis said it was the chief reason why network shows are losing to Gutfeld. In the clip, Colbert’s audience cheers when the host brings up a Texas sheriff opening an investigation into the actions of Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) for shipping illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, MA. Colbert called DeSantis “a body builder who skips head day” in his monologue, and Mandis found the comments offensive. He claimed shows on ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX should be a place for all viewers, not just members of the “progressive left”.
“To me, Colbert’s show should be on CNN or MSNBC to cater to the left,” Mandis said. “But again, he’s on the network where he should be welcoming for all. There are consequences for doing that. It is now well known that Greg Gutfeld, over there on Fox News, is beating the snot out of Stephen Colbert. I know what you’re thinking. ‘Isn’t Gutfeld blowing off half of America?’ Perhaps, but he’s on Fox News, where people know what they’re going to get.”
Mandis then pointed out the difference in Gutfeld’s approach compared to Colbert’s, saying Gutfeld’s panel approach is easier to digest than Colbert’s solo monologue followed by celebrity interviews.
Will Dahlberg New GM For WBHM
“I look forward to working with our team, our listeners and our supporters in the weeks and years ahead to put more ‘public’ in public media by better serving all our communities.”
WBHM, the news/talk station owned by the University of Alabama at Birmingham, has named Will Dahlberg as its new Executive Director and General Manager.
“Working at WBHM for the past decade has been the highlight of my professional career, and I am honored to serve as executive director,” Dahlberg said. “I appreciate the search committee’s confidence in my abilities to lead this amazing station and the talented and diverse team that works hard to serve our community. I am so grateful to the amazing WBHM team for their time, support and patience during my time as interim and throughout this search. I am also grateful to the many people at UAB who continue to support WBHM’s important mission.”
He also added how important WBHM has been, and will continue to be to the greater Birmingham communitiy.
“WBHM has done an excellent job as a public radio station since 1976, but it is important that we continue to strive to do more,” Dahlberg continued. “I look forward to working with our team, our listeners and our supporters in the weeks and years ahead to put more ‘public’ in public media by better serving all our communities. As Birmingham evolves, so should its public radio station, and I can’t wait for us to do that together.”
Dahlberg has previously worked as the Deputy Director and Membership Manager for the station. He has been the interim executive director since mid-2021.
“Will has more than a decade of experience at WBHM in a range of roles, including 15 months as interim executive director, and his passion for public radio and the people it serves is evident in everything he does,” said UAB Chief Communications Officer Jim Bakken. “WBHM provides an invaluable service to the Birmingham community and beyond, and Will’s commitment and vision will lead the station in delivering on its mission.”
Garrett Searight is the Editor of Barrett Sports Media and Barrett News Media. He previously was the Program Director and Afternoon Co-Host on 93.1 The Fan in Lima, OH. He is also a play-by-play announcer for TV and Radio broadcasts in Western Ohio.