The Gazette’s Tuesday Oct. 13th paper had stories about former VP Biden’s and current VP Pence’s visits to Ohio. They both appeared on page 4. But Biden’s visit was covered on page 4 of section A (News section) while Pence’s visit was covered on page 4 of section B (Sports and Other section). Why is that? Was it a case space? The story on Biden’s visit did take up more space, but much of that was because it included two pictures, while Pence’s only included one. So was it a case of importance? Why not have both on the same page? The add on the page with the Biden article could have been moved to page 4 of the section B.
The story on Biden’s visit to Ohio (Cincinnati and Toledo) starts off talking about Donald Trump and the COVID-19 virus. That sounds a lot like the Democrat’s talking points.
So could it be the Gazette placed the story about Biden’s visit in Section A and the story about Pence’s visit in Section B for a political purpose?
I wouldn’t put it passed them!