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Vice President Joe Biden, participates in a Democratic presidential primary debate at CNN Studios, Sunday, March 15, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

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During Thursday night’s drive-in town hall with Demcoratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, a number of ridiculous claims were made not just by Biden but also by the CNN “reporters” and “analysts” who were covering what went down – and covering for Biden in the process, as per the norm.

At one point during the event, Atlantic writer and noted Trump Derangement Syndrome sufferer James Fallows made the following personal observation about Biden’s performance:

This inspired CNN’s resident “fact-checker” Daniel Dale to morph into a spokesman of sorts for the Biden campaign, amplifying Fallows’ opinion by actually praising Biden for “implicitly fact checking Trump by…uttering many consecutive coherent sentences” (yes, he really said that):

Dale, in turn, was fact-checked by others who pointed out that this was not the “own” against Trump and “win” for Biden he seemed to think it was:

One Biden supporter was not impressed with Dale setting the bar so low:

On the other hand, was Biden really sounding all that coherent? No:

This Twitter user won the night:

Dale later tried to defend his network not fact-checking Biden and asking him softball questions during the town hall, but that didn’t go over too well, either.

Memo to CNN: Having the ability to string a few words together to form a “coherent sentence” a few times during a town hall does not a president make. #ProTip

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