Media Research Center President Brent Bozell warned conservatives to watch out for biased moderators in the upcoming presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Appearing on Fox Business’s Varney and Company, Bozell wondered, “Who is going to moderate these debates and how good are the Republicans going to be this time around?”
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell made his latest Fox Business Network (FBN) appearance on Thursday afternoon’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast and held little back as he called out liberal panelist Richard Fowler for his “preposterous” argument that the need to hype vocal protesters inside the Democratic National Convention (DNC) was much ado about nothing.
Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell issued the following statement announcing the MRC’s plans to blanket Philadelphia with signs and ads exposing the leftist media’s love affair with Hillary. From billboards to mobile building projections to sidewalk graphics to taxi TV ads to taxi tops, everywhere convention attendees in Philadelphia look, they will see the MRC. The on-site activities will be complimented by round-the-clock monitoring of the convention by a massive team of analysts in Virginia and around the country.
During a brief period of political commentary between convention speakers Tuesday evening CNN took the time to discusses Donald Trump Jr.’s speech. Their comments were mostly positive, but there seemed to be some dissenters of the liberal media in the audience around their set. A convention attendee, who appeared to be a fan of the Media Research Center, crashed their backdrop with a homemade “Don’t Believe the Liberal Media” sign.
Fox Business Network brought on MRC President Brent Bozell Monday afternoon to talk about how the Washington Post smeared FBN host Neil Cavuto in an article in Sunday’s paper. In a roundup list of conservatives who were wrong about Trump getting the likely nomination, the Post inaccurately attributed a Marco Rubio quote to Neil Cavuto. After host Charles Payne asked Brent Bozell if this was “sloppy reporting,” Bozell responded that it was “absolutely sloppy” and that he thought the paper “owes an apology and a retraction.”
Washington Post national political correspondent Karen Tumulty arrived early in Cleveland on Monday for next week’s Republican National Convention (RNC) and upon entering her hotel room, she peered out the window to find a Media Research Center (MRC) billboard staring directly ahead at her with the MRC’s signature “Don’t Believe the Liberal Media” slogan.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Wednesday explained that even journalists are having a tough time spinning the FBI’s decision not to pursue criminal charges against Hillary Clinton. Analyzing the response, Bozell explained, “What you got from ABC, NBC, CBS, and CNN were variations of ‘she can breathe a sigh of relief,’ which is another way of saying ‘we can breathe a sigh of relief.’”
Making his latest appearance on the Fox Business Network (FBN), the Media Research Center’s News Analysis Director Tim Graham slammed the liberal media early Wednesday evening for using “the old Clinton playbook going back to 1992” in their reaction to the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s report and peddling Clinton talking points to absolve her of responsibility.
On Monday, Tim Graham reported that NPR was wrong to suggest gun activist Shannon Watts was one of those accidental activists who were “just regular people....folding the kids’ laundry...who had never done anything political before.” But in reality, Watts was a longtime PR specialist with a record of political contributions to Barack Obama and national Democrats.
On Tuesday, NPR ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen announced on Twitter that complaints to NPR had spurred the taxpayer-supported network to post a correction online. NPR and Jensen are to be commended for posting a correction and making it known, which is fairly rare in our national broadcast media.
MRC President Brent Bozell released the following letter (below) today to CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad asking that the Media Research Center be included on their annual ‘Islamophobia Network’ list for its long commitment to exposing the leftist PC culture that hides the danger of radical Islam. In his letter, Bozell highlighted the qualifications of the MRC as well as his strong ties to many of the prominent organizations on this year’s list.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on the Fox Business Network (FBN) early Thursday evening to lambaste the latest “garbage” cover by the tabloid New York Daily News and blast CNN’s Anderson Cooper for his work of “gotcha journalism” hounding Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Tuesday.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Wednesday excoriated the “absolute partisans” in the media who are turning the Orlando terror attack into a political attack on Donald Trump. Appearing on Fox Business’s Varney and Co., Bozell aslo ripped the “fascistic attitude that says you are not allowed to question what it is we're doing or in the case of this administration, not doing.”
The Media Research Center’s Tim Graham appeared on Fox Business Network’s Risk and Reward to discuss the liberal media’s response to the Orlando terrorist attack. “They always talk about one side goes to talking about radical Islam and the other side goes to talking about gun control,” Graham began, “And guess which side the so-called objective media goes to?”
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Friday slammed the “stunning” endorsement of violence by the Huffington Post. The popular liberal news site on Monday published an article championing hostile resistance at Donald Trump rallies. Writer Jesse Benn insisted, “Whatever your beliefs regarding violent resistance, there is inherent value stopping Trump's normalization. Violence accomplishes this.”
After a successful first journey on Holland America's Westerdam, the Media Research Center is gearing up for another week-long MRC Caribbean Cruise featuring prominent conservatives, scheduled to set sail from Florida in February of 2017.
The cruise will dock in the Bahamas, Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica, with plenty of excursions so passengers can play and explore. The Celebrity Silhouette cruise ship is fully equipped with everything to be expected from a luxury cruise liner, offering award-winning cuisine and the opportunity to dine with the best conservative experts.
In a statement released Friday afternoon, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell commended CNN's Jake Tapper for running "the risk of ruining" his career to demand "accountability from the State Department" in light of "four separate lies told by the State Department" concerning the Iran nuclear deal and subsequent scrubbing of video from a press briefing.
Media Research Center Founder Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Company Thursday, to discuss the latest developments in the Telemundo scene staging saga. On June 1, Bozell demanded that Telemundo apologize for the incident and fire the cameraman staging the shot. In response, Telemundo has offered nothing but excuses.
In just over the last 24 hours, the Media Research Center fetched two mentions on both CNN and the Fox News Channel (FNC) with the latter network devoting a segment to a study by MRC Culture’s Katie Yoder comparing network coverage of the Cincinnati gorilla shooting versus the latest violence in Chicago.
El presidente del Centro de Investigación Mediática (MRC, por sus siglas en inglés), Brent Bozell, exigió hoy que Telemundo pida disculpas de inmediato al aspirante presidencial republicano Donald Trump y que despida al camarógrafo y a cualquier otro involucrado en un incidente en el cual se montó una escena en San Diego durante una visita de campaña de Trump la semana pasada.
RESTON, VA — Media Research Center President Brent Bozell today demanded Telemundo immediately apologize to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and fire a cameraman, as well as all involved in a staging incident in San Diego during a Trump campaign visit there last week.