After President Joe Biden delivered a speech at the memorial service for slain Capitol police officer Billy Evans on Tuesday, Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner stunned viewers by shamelessly gushing about him.
“My wish for all of you is that the day will come when you recall that memory and smile before shedding a tear. I assure you, it will arrive. In his voice, Biden said, “It just takes a while.” “But you’ll know when it comes because he’s still with you. He hasn’t left your heart.”
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Faulkner fawned over Biden after his speech, as if she worked for CNN or MSNBC rather than Fox.
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“We just watched the president of the United States deliver his trademark words of compassion and empathy. He’s a master at it. Faulkner described himself as “so present and so kind.” “Those words may not mean much to those girls, Logan and Abigail, in these times. The president used some strong language. But he was referring to the family of officer Billy Evans, and he was telling those children that their words will come back to haunt them in the future.”
“Billy Evans left a legacy with those children, and you could see it in the last few minutes before the president spoke and then after as he walked by to offer his condolences to the family sitting there at the top left of your screen,” she said.
“Abigail had spilled something on the cement, and the president knelt down to pick it up. You’ve seen it. We all watched it together, and then I bent down to pick it up and hand it to her and her brother Logan, who was sitting next to her between adult family members.”
“Unfortunately, every president in America plays the position of consoler-in-chief,” Faulkner concluded. “And we witnessed this moment of sorrow, and we sympathize with the family, and we appreciate the sacrifice because we have seen it firsthand. We understand the importance of law enforcement in our daily lives. Particularly at the United States Capitol.”