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President Joe Biden traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands this week for a vacation with his family as millions suffered from one of the worst winter storms to hit the country in years.
One of the worst hit areas was in Erie County, New York, where 34 people have died amid heavy snowfall and dangerously cold temperatures. Hundreds of National Guard soldiers were deployed to deliver food to residents and check on their well-being. In all, at least 86 people were rescued “from hazardous situations,” the National Guard said in a statement.
CNN noted that the storm killed an additional 25 people in 11 other states and left millions without power.
Meanwhile, Biden traveled to St. Croix for a vacation, reportedly staying for free at a luxury villa owned by billionaire Democrat donors Bill and Connie Neville.
The media coverage that Biden received for taking a vacation as millions of Americans suffered from a natural disaster was very different than the coverage that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) received when he went on vacation last February as people in Texas faced power outages from a winter storm.
Political commentator Stephen L. Miller compiled a list of the difference in media coverage from the following publications over the two events:
NBC Bay Area:
The Associated Press:
If you squint, you can see a very subtle difference here. pic.twitter.com/qgP6a80cLo
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) December 28, 2022