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Networks Celebrate Historic Third Trump Arraignment

News networks obsessively cover Trump's arraignment, treating it as a ratings-grabbing TV production rather than a legal proceeding.

On Thursday, the big three evening news broadcasts were completely fixated on President Joe Biden's political opponent, Donald Trump, as he faced his third arraignment. The networks seemed more interested in turning this event into a sensational television production rather than acknowledging its significance as the federal government's prosecution of the leading challenger to the Biden regime's power in the upcoming elections. Throughout the evening newscasts, each network's anchor eagerly relayed every detail of the day's events, assuming that not everyone had been glued to their screens all day. This obsession with the Trump indictment has resulted in a total coverage time of 132.5 minutes, or 2 hours, 12 minutes, and 28 seconds, with 20 minutes and 31 seconds dedicated solely to Thursday's developments.

Among the anchors, ABC's David Muir took the cake for his overly dramatic coverage of the Trump arraignment at the federal courthouse in Washington D.C. Muir described the proceedings as a "historic event in Washington, D.C." and emphasized that Trump was returning to face federal criminal charges brought by the special counsel. He further highlighted the accusation that Trump had attempted to overturn the 2020 election, an election that, according to the special counsel, Trump knew he had lost. Muir's aim was to portray Trump as a solitary figure in his legal battle against the government, as he exclaimed, "President Trump riding alone in his vehicle, the motorcade entering through an underground garage."

Meanwhile, CBS Evening News, anchored by Norah O'Donnell, also contributed to the theatrics by labeling the arraignment as an "extraordinary moment in our nation's history." O'Donnell emphasized that, for the first time in the country's 247-year existence, a former President of the United States was being arraigned on criminal charges for attempting to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power. Correspondent Robert Costa added to the dramatic narrative by highlighting how Trump arrived in Washington to a crowd gathered at a federal courthouse instead of the White House.

Not to be outdone, NBC Nightly News, hosted by Lester Holt, took a pompous approach to the coverage. Holt began the broadcast by stating that the arraignment was a moment that would be seen differently in the divided nation but was undeniably of great consequence. He emphasized that a former American President was standing before a federal judge to answer whether he had sought to undermine the will of voters and impede the peaceful transfer of power, which he described as a cornerstone of American democracy.

In conclusion, the big three networks dedicated an excessive amount of time and energy to covering Donald Trump's arraignment, treating it as a captivating television spectacle rather than a significant event in the political landscape. The anchors and correspondents went to great lengths to create a sense of drama and historic importance, using vivid language and imagery to engage their viewers. However, it is important to remember that the true impact of this arraignment on the upcoming elections and the Biden regime's power remains to be seen.

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