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By Matthew Balan | | December 5, 2016 | 4:32 PM EST

On Monday's CNN Newsroom, The Daily Beast's Dean Obeidallah bewailed the apparent power of "fake news," particularly after the Sunday shooting at a Washington, D.C. restaurant at the center of the "Pizzagate" issue. Obeidallah proposed a hypothetical scenario: "I wonder if a Muslim guy went to a pizza place with a gun...how that would have went down — I think much worse." The liberal pundit later claimed that "Donald Trump...is the great purveyor of fake news," and that "good people [are] misinformed; and in this case, this man was radicalized online. This is no different than ISIS radicalizing someone."

By Brent Baker | | December 5, 2016 | 4:17 PM EST

New on December 5: On an episode of Netflix’s Chelsea, which debuted the day after President-elect Donald Trump fulfilled a campaign promise the save jobs at Carrier, actress Sally Field declared of Trump: “There is no evidence that he can do one single thing that he says he’s going to do, not one single thing.”

By Sarah Stites | | December 5, 2016 | 3:44 PM EST

Almost a week after Kate Aurthur’s BuzzFeed hit piece went viral, Chip and Joanna Gaines have maintained silence on their same-sex marriage stance. However, the Fixer Upper stars have spoken up about Aurthur and Gina Mei, the author of a widely cited Cosmo piece on the Christian couple.

By Kristian Kafozoff | | December 5, 2016 | 3:00 PM EST

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo apparently isn’t fond of his MSNBC rivals. The New Day anchor tweeted his unhappiness over Morning Joe's access to the President-elect, complaining, “They have always been boosters. Things turned south when Trump froze them out but coverage always stilted. They are transition spokesmen now.” 

 

By Kristine Marsh | | December 5, 2016 | 1:15 PM EST

In another case of a journalist completely lacking self awareness, NBC Today anchor Savannah Guthrie admitted to The Hollywood Reporter that she tried “really hard” to stay unbiased in her job. But not before slamming viewers who didn’t share her own opinions as “biased.” “I try really hard to stay neutral,” she said. “But often that's not what you're finding on social media. You're finding people who are very opinionated and detect bias in anyone who does not share that opinion,” Guthrie added.

By Tim Graham | | December 5, 2016 | 1:13 PM EST

Obama-endorsing Oprah Winfrey will interview First Lady Michelle Obama for the last time inside the White House in a new primetime special for CBS, the network announced Monday. First Lady Michelle Obama Says Farewell to the White House – An Oprah Winfrey Special”will air Monday, December 19 at 8 pm Eastern time.

The taped special will include the usual smoochy softball topics: Mrs. Obama’s eight years as First Lady, her plans for the future, and her hopes for the Obama legacy. 

By Curtis Houck | | December 5, 2016 | 12:54 PM EST

CBS’s 60 Minutes scored a sit-down on Sunday with House Speaker Paul Ryan conducted by host Scott Pelley in which he sought to corner Ryan from the left on the repeal of ObamaCare supposedly putting millions of Americans at risk for no healthcare and whether or not President-elect Donald Trump says as many “bizarre things” in private as he does when tweeting.

By Scott Whitlock | | December 5, 2016 | 12:53 PM EST

NBC’s Nightly News on Sunday offered the most gushing coverage of Fidel Castro’s funeral, mourning the “tears of sorrow and cries of patriotism.” Reporter Morgan Radford referred to Castro as a man with a “complicated legacy.” Yet, she never explained what that meant or mentioned the dictator’s decades of oppression and violence. Instead, Radford got caught up in the drama of the funeral, recounting, “Tears of sorrow and cries of patriotism. Thousands lined the streets to greet the caravan of Fidel Castro's ashes.” She touted, “His remains arriving in the city where his revolution was born.” 

By Katie Yoder | | December 5, 2016 | 12:37 PM EST

The Gilmore Girls creator is advertising a main character’s possible abortion – playing into a new, dark Hollywood trend.

By Kyle Drennen | | December 5, 2016 | 12:28 PM EST

On Monday, the networks continued their freak-out over President-elect Donald Trump accepting a congratulatory phone call from the president of Taiwan. The CBS, NBC, and ABC morning shows all fretted over the “diplomatic firestorm” sparked by the “controversial” move.

By P.J. Gladnick | | December 5, 2016 | 12:20 PM EST

A very smug John Dickerson asserted on Sunday's Face The Nation that Donald Trump was just flat out wrong in his assertion that millions of people voted illegally in California. In fact, Dickerson tried but failed to get incoming White House Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus to agree with him that Trump is somehow lying about this matter. Nice try, John, but Priebus wasn't biting. After Reince took the very reasonable position that we just don't know how many people voted illegally in the last election, Dickerson proceeded to recite the standard mainstream media dogma on this matter:

By Callista Ring | | December 5, 2016 | 11:46 AM EST

After facing outrage due to an Amnesty International ad calling for the “repeal of the eighth” amendment to expand abortion rights in Ireland, actor Liam Neeson has stepped down as president of his childhood boxing club. Locals and Catholic groups were angered by Neeson lending his voice to the film that some called “shockingly offensive,” according to Yahoo Movies UK

By Jay Maxson | | December 5, 2016 | 11:01 AM EST

It’s open season on President-elect Trump’s cabinet nominees and potential nominees. Left-stream media are pouring it on, hoping to derail any and all of them. New York Daily News one-time/sometimes sports writer Mike Lupica is one, blitzing Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a potential Trump pick for secretary of state. Giuliani is one of the Left's – and Lupica's – favorite targets right now.

By Clay Waters | | December 5, 2016 | 9:57 AM EST

New York Times reporter Kirk Semple reported on Cuban Communist dictator Fidel Castro’s funeral fnd retained the paper’s soft-soap treatment of Castro’s tyrannical rule: “In Subdued Ending, Cubans Put Castro to Rest." The online headline even quotes one of his Cuban fawners: “Cuba Puts Fidel Castro to Rest: ‘A Man So Large in a Box So Small.’” Ugh. Semple's article praised Castro's "socialist revolution" and "free health care and education systems."

By Lindsay Kornick | | December 5, 2016 | 12:19 AM EST

The finale of the first season of Westworld went out in its usual bloody, sensual mess, only this time, we got 90 minutes of it. But the tenth episode touched on a new subject that has previously been overlooked: the existence of God. Since this is a science-fiction show created by liberal writers on an even more “progressive” HBO network, it’s about as bad as you can expect.