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Brent Bozell on Friday mocked the liberal media, saying journalists would have fainted if Barack Obama had saved the Carrier jobs that Donald Trump preserved. He also pointed out the hypocrisy of reporters who ignore the current President saying the positions would never be saved. Appearing on Fox News, the MRC President reminded, “If I'm a journalist covering this issue, why am I not covering the fact that the President-elect succeeded? The President who is stepping down ridiculed him for this. That's a real story. And you're not going to see that covered anywhere. Fox had it, but nobody else had it.” 


Now that a liberal third party candidate could potentially help Hillary Clinton, journalists have suddenly discovered her. That’s the message Brent Bozell delivered as he appeared on the Fox Business Channel, Tuesday, to blast the networks for only caring about Jill Stein when she could aid Clinton. 


Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Monday blasted liberals who have fawned over Fidel Castro. Appearing on Fox Business in the wake of the dictator’s death, Bozell explained, “Fidel Castro has been a darling of the far-left since 1958. It goes back decade after decade after decade where the radical-left has just been infatuated by him and Che Guevara.”


After a racuous presidential election and with Thanksgiving upon us, we thought it'd be appropriate to bring back for this special occasion an open thread for you, our incredible readers.


Media Research Center director of media analysis Tim Graham joined the Monday edition of Fox Business Network’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast to discuss Sunday’s American Music Awards (AMAs) and Graham blasted the liberal celebrities mocking President-elect Donald Trump and wife Melania Trump for “doubling down” on the fact that they’re not in touch with the American people.


Media Research Center President Brent Bozell condemned the relentless attacks on Donald Trump’s cabinet picks and journalists who, at the same time, ignore the radical statements and connections of potential Democratic National Committee Chairman Keith Ellison. Appearing on the Fox Business Channel, Friday, Bozell quipped, “There's a reason why, by ten to one, the American people believe the news media are is in for the Democratic Party, it's because they're in the tank for the Democratic Party.” 


RESTON, VA – The Media Research Center (MRC) announces the launch of its new documentary titled, Collateral Damage: Forgotten Casualties of the Left’s War on Coal. Several organizations, including, ATR, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Cornwall Alliance, E&E Legal, and The Heartland Institute, have joined the MRC’s effort to tell the story the liberal media won’t tell.

 


The Media Research Center’s Tim Graham called out the hypocritical media for trashing Donald Trump’s presidential transition, reminding everyone that they had a different take for Barack Obama. Appearing on Fox Business’s Risk and Reward, the director of media analysis for the MRC mocked hyperventilating at MSNBC over Trump going to dinner and not taking along journalists: “NBC News has a transparency problem! They had an anchorman who lied about a lot of stuff. They had an internal investigation, to which we had how much transparency? None.”


Media Research Center founder and president Brent Bozell joined the Fox Business Network (FBN) on Wednesday afternoon’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast alongside FBN’s Connell McShane and Heat Street’s Jillian Melchior and admitted that he’s “just loving” the liberal media’s latest meltdown over President-elect Donald Trump leaving the press behind on Tuesday to sneak out for dinner.


A post-election MRC/YouGov Poll of more than 2,000 actual voters demonstrates the American people were not persuaded by the dishonest liberal media to vote against Trump


The Media Research Center’s Rich Noyes appeared on Fox News’ Fox and Friends Sunday to discuss The New York Times’ so called “apology letter” to their subscribers for their terrible reporting during the election, that didn’t really sound like an apology. “Yeah, you’ve got to admit what you've done wrong if you're going to try to get it right in the future,” scolded Noyes, “And I think what The Times did wrong, was not just predicting the election wrong but tried to influence it every step of the way with hit piece after hit piece on Donald Trump.”


On Friday afternoon, Media Research Center Research Director Rich Noyes took to the airwaves of the Fox Business Network (FBN) and Cavuto: Coast to Coast to blast anti-Donald Trump demonstrators as not “passionate” but “rioters” and “criminals” baited by the liberal media that, if they continue acting up, will only paint them as spreading “partisan fear-mongering.”


Appearing on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co., MRC founder and president Brent Bozell said the liberal media were the second-biggest losers on election night: “They were crushed. They were the second-biggest losers. But the difference between them and Hillary Clinton is that their loss continues. She is finished, but they still stay in the game. They have a public that simply repudiated them. The public didn’t distinguish between her calling them a basket of deplorable and the media treating them like a basket of deplorables.”


The Fox Business Network show Lou Dobbs Tonight welcomed MRC director of media analysis (and NewsBusters Executive Editor) Tim Graham on Thursday night to discuss the media's failure to cover the Clintons and their pay-to-play Foundation. "Government watchdogs they are not and, of course, this is what we saw when Bill and Hillary Clinton were in the White House the last time. A story would break, and they would try to break the story like a piece of china."


Despite the bombshell news that the FBI is conducting a massive investigation into corruption at the Clinton Foundation, the three networks on Thursday ignored the story. Media Research Center President Brent Bozell issued the following statement in response: 

 


Brent Bozell on Wednesday condemned the “unethical” CNN for colluding with the Hillary Clinton campaign. The Media Research Center President assailed the cable network, saying its reputation and integrity are now gone. Regarding former CNN analyst Donna Brazile secretly giving debate questions to Clinton, the media watchdog head accused, “This is a Clinton campaign that is working with the news media. So you can say there is a great deal of unethical behavior going on both parts.”     


In light of CNN’s near-blackout of on-air coverage regarding its removal of now-interim DNC chair Donna Brazile, the MRC’s Director of Media Analysis Tim Graham took to the airwaves of the Fox Business Network (FBN) to blast this move as “not exactly transparency in action” and particularly their own media reporters for not doing so aside from social media and their website.


According to Brent Bozell, the latest WikiLeaks e-mails show the “incestuous” relationship between journalists and the Clinton campaign. The Media Research Center President appeared on Fox Business’s After the Bell to talk about the firing of “cheater” Donna Brazile as an analyst for CNN. He marveled, “Sleazy. The whole story is sleazy.”  Highlighting the fact that Brazile shared debate questions in advance with the campaign, Bozell condemned, “She cheated with the Clinton campaign. She gave the Clinton campaign not just the one answer that she denied giving.” 


The Media Research Center’s Rich Noyes appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources on Sunday to discuss his recent study, in which he discovered that an overwhelming 91 percent of network evening news coverage of Donald Trump was hostile to the candidate. “Tell us about how you came to that conclusion,” inquired host Brian Stelter, “What does that 91 percent number represent?”


The Media Research Center’s Rich Noyes appeared on Fox and Friends Sunday, where he called out the liberal media for journalists “willing to step forward and carry some of that water” for the Hillary Clinton campaign’s push back of FBI Director James Comey.  “Unless you think he's lying about the timeline he explained in his letter to congress, he was briefed about this and felt the need to proceed and he felt like he should inform the committees that he had talked to that he was updating the record,” Noyes explained.