Media Research Center founder and President Brent Bozell slammed the media’s lack of interest in Barack Obama’s aimless, muted response to the latest terror attack on the United States. At the same time, he contrasted this with the networks obsession with what Bozell described at Donald Trump’s “reckless,” “stupid” remarks on Muslims.
"In a recent test, TSA agents failed to detect hidden weapons in 3 out of 4 instances. The good news?... the TSA agents did MUCH better at catching passengers with too much shampoo." -- NewsBusted's Jodi Miller.
Speaking with Fox Business Network (FBN) host Deirdre Bolton late Wednesday afternoon, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell denounced the New York Daily News for their front-page cover whining that God-fearing people are “cowards” concerning gun control with “thoughts and prayers” serving as merely “meaningless platitudes.”
MRC President Brent Bozell on Thursday slammed the media’s mocking of religious Americans who offered prayers in the wake of the shooting in California. Responding to a New York Daily News cover saying, “God Isn’t Fixing This,” Bozell attacked, “If you don't want to believe in God, you don't want to believe in God. But what the New York Daily News did here was take it far further than that and ridicule people of faith for offering simple prayers.”
Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued a statement today blasting the New York Daily News for their cover mocking people of faith for praying in the wake of the tragedy in San Bernardino, California.
The national news media is "lock-step" in with the "radical" Left and its "crazy agenda," when it mindlessly parrots talking points comparing the threat of climate change with that of radical Islamist terrorism Media Research Center founder and president Brent Bozell told Fox News's Neil Cavuto today on the latter's eponymous Your World program.
Barbara Hollingsworth of our sister site CNSNews.com has a nice summation from today’s Summit of Conservative Communicators in Washington, DC sponsored by MRC Latino.
MRC president Brent Bozell and MRC Latino director Ken Oliver-Mendez spoke at a panel discussion, as did two House Republicans involved in minority outreach:
"Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is still in the race for the Democratic nomination, but he isn’t getting much traction. In fact, he’s now polling two points behind the Syrian refugees." -- NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller.
Fox & Friends co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck is stepping down. She came to Fox in 2013 after almost ten years at ABC's The View. She wants to devote more of her time to her three children, the network said. She's expected to continue on the morning show until late December.
Brad Dayspring, a well-known beltway establishment Republican operative, has a history of antagonizing conservatives, both on the national and grassroots level, smearing them on countless occasions.
"According to the Globe, Barack and Michelle Obama’s marriage is on the rocks: Friends say Michelle tries to talk to him about their problems, but the president offers no solutions. Only empty rhetoric." – Jodi Miller, NewsBusted.
MRC president Brent Bozell appeared on the Fox Business program Varney & Co. on Tuesday to discuss the network reporters getting feisty with President Obama in Antalya, Turkey on Monday.
Fox ran video of reporters from ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN challenging the president’s grip on ISIS. CNN’s Jim Acosta even recalled Obama calling ISIS a “JV team” and used the word “bastards” to sum up. Bozell agreed the media were tough, but predicted it wouldn't last.
"Jeb Bush has a new campaign slogan: 'Jeb Can Fix It!' But a more appropriate slogan for Jeb is, 'I’ve Fallen, and I Can’t Get Up!'" – NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller.
Matching his post-debate statement, MRC president appeared on the Fox Business show Varney & Co to express appreciation for the Fox Business debate in Milwaukee on Tuesday night.
"You can say on the one hand it was going to be very easy to defeat CNBC, because of the embarrassment that CNBC was. But let’s face it. There was a whole lot of people in the press who would have loved to say that Fox Business blew it last night." And they didn't.
MRC president Brent Bozell expressed support for Fox Business and its moderators in the two presidential debates:
"Fox Business promised to best CNBC in the management of a debate. Fox did not best CNBC, Fox utterly humiliated their competition. Quite simply, this network did a fantastic job moderating both of tonight’s GOP primary debates. They asked fair serious, substantive questions, and did so respectfully."
Here's a little something to kick off today's afternoon open thread: RedState.com's Leon Wolf has an interesting metaphor for what animals the liberal media are most like.
Last week, a Media Research Center study documented how ABC, CBS and NBC were using loaded labels to paint House Republicans, especially the Freedom Caucus, as ideologues who are outside the American political mainstream. Now, several leading conservative Congressmen have sent us statements blasting the networks for their slant. “Only in this town does doing what you told voters you said you were going to do mean you are ‘ultra-conservative’ or ‘far-right,’ Freedom Caucus chairman Jim Jordan told NewsBusters.
One of the Media Research Center's famous "Don't Believe the Liberal Media" signs made a live appearance on MSNBC on Friday — minutes after Rachel Maddow completed a forum with the three remaining Democratic presidential candidates. Chris Matthews got Maddow's take on the how the forum went and the candidates' answers/reactions. The sign appeared right between the two liberal TV personalities as they immediately went on-camera.
The Fox News programs The O'Reilly Factor and Fox & Friends featured video with MRCTV's Dan Joseph on Thursday night and Friday morning. Dan asked voters at Colorado University in Boulder whether they had heard of Kate Steinle or "Kate's Law" named on her behalf. They had not.
On July 1 of this year, Steinle was shot in the aorta and killed by an illegal alien who had been deported five times, but returned to San Francisco, a "sanctuary city" that protects illegal immigrants from deportation.
"In Omaha, a 15-year-old boy has been arrested for groping his 28-year-old female teacher. When reached for comment, the school’s principal said they will now enforce a strict rule against students making the first move." -- NewsBusted's Jodi Miller.