1) Beto O'Rourke said he's going to confiscate certain weapons from U.S. citizens. Any legitimate news organization would ask a very important question that pretty much everyone listening to the broadcast would want to know, and that is: "How are you going to confiscate them?" Think about it, why in the world did they not pose this follow-up question? I guess they could be just that bad of a news agency or maybe it's something else, like their political ideology?
2) There were no questions about the economy.
3) With all the promises of various new social programs, ABC didn't ask how they were going to pay for them? Biden was the only one who brought it up. Even if they did ask, and received the usual answer that the rich were "finally," going to pay "their fair share," there's an even more important question to ask, and that's how they're going to get their legislations passed through the House and Senate? Even if these new programs were miraculously passed, Trump would veto them and there wouldn't be a 2/3rds majority to overturn his veto. In other words, they could've called these politicians out for making promises they can't keep but they didn't. A real, unbiased, news organization would've taken that step, that's their job. They say they're in business to look out for us, but they're not. They're now in the business of propagating.
The bottom line is that it's ridiculous for the mainstream media to try and portray themselves as unbiased. How can anyone trust news from them regarding politics? If someone wants to read or watch the mainstream media for entertainment then that makes sense, but if they're going to use these sources as legitimate insight, they're being naïve. It's certainly working for them as this is why we hear so many crazy things out of some in the far-left that lack common sense and logic.