Do we understand life better as we age, or do current events invite easier judgment?
DJT is the target of an internal government plan to frustrate the legitimate result of a presidential election, is semi-publicly investigated, and a report is issued to Congress finding nothing to warrant prosecution. DJT talks to the Ukraine's exec about an investigation that was thwarted the prior VP told the Ukraine to fire the prosecutor who would have investigated the VP's own son, but DJT's conversation has dems sure that this is finally their opening.
That doesn't seem merely legally and factually askew and politically cretinous; it seems nuts.
A 16 year old Swedish girl with a serious mental disorder takes her sailboat across the Atlantic so a couple of other people can fly a jet from Europe to retrieve it. She does this to complain about the climate change that she asserts things like jets cause. She lodges her complaint against an international body with many members countries in which children were often so malnourished that they went blind (a problem we fixed largely with vitamin A fortified rice). She angrily weeps about the injustice of her life which has been lived almost entirely in the best 16 years of human history and in one of the most wealthy societies in the world.
This is covered almost entirely uncritically. That's not mere bias; it's nuts.