The left-wing media has spent the last 24 hours proclaiming that Joe Biden was the big winner of the first presidential debate, while insisting that President Donald Trump refused to condemn white supremacists.
During the debate, both Biden and moderator Chris Wallace attempted to portray inner city violence as being committed by right-wing white supremacists. Wallace asked Trump to condemn the Proud Boys, a fringe right-wing group that has received scrutiny in the past.
However, Biden was never asked to condemn Antifa or Black Lives Matter-groups that are responsible for arson, looting, and violence in numerous cities around the nation. Not only that, but Biden himself has a long history with white supremacy which he was never asked about.
Trump spokesperson Hogan Gidley made this point on CNN, despite a left-wing anchor attempting to stop him from speaking:
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— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) September 30, 2020 
Of course, the media never confronts Biden about his past–and they likely won’t do so during the duration of his campaign. But Trump ought to bring it up during the next debate. There are two more presidential debates on the schedule–so far, Biden hasn’t pulled out.