Syfy’s new futuristic anti-business series Incorporated continued on Wednesday night to push its global warming alarmist fantasies.
By Justin Ashford | | December 9, 2016 | 6:03 PM EST
CBS’s Pure Genius followed the liberal Hollywood PC script by adding a transgender character to Thursday’s episode, “A Bunker Hill Christmas.”
By Randy Hall | | December 9, 2016 | 5:05 PM EST
While discussing President-elect Donald Trump's selection of Andrew Puzder -- the chief executive officer of the Hardees and Carl's Jr. fast food restaurants -- as the new labor secretary, All in host Chris Hayes asked Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders a curious question.
“How much will reality matter under the presidency of Republican Donald Trump?” the MSNBC anchor asked, and the former Democratic presidential candidate replied that “he's a pathological liar who changes his mind every single day.”
By P.J. Gladnick | | December 9, 2016 | 4:12 PM EST
Six years ago, Newsweek sold for a grand total of one dollar. Many would say that amount was way overpriced and one big reason is the completely unprofessional sick smear job they are pulling on Donald Trump. An example is an article written by their culture writer Ryan Bort who makes no attempt to hide his Trump hate. Bort uses a timeline of very bad years to exhibit his Trump Derangement Syndrome which is so far gone as to even include Trump in regards to the Bubonic Plague in the year 1347.
By Curtis Houck | | December 9, 2016 | 3:55 PM EST
Amidst the media’s obsession with supposedly stopping fake news, MSNBC Live aired a fake news story of their own as the network informed viewers that “Fox News had their Christmas party” at President-elect Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C. hotel. “I mean, think about the hotel in Washington right now. The RNC is having their Christmas party there. Fox News had their Christmas party there. That doesn't feel a little hanky,” host Stephanie Ruhle claimed.
By Callista Ring | | December 9, 2016 | 3:46 PM EST
The media’s crusade against “fake news” on the Right is no more than an attempt to “shut down conservative outlets” according to Dan Gainor, MRC’s Vice President for Business and Culture. On December 9, Gainor and Fox Business Network’s Intelligence Report host Trish Regan discussed the left-wing media’s “feeding frenzy” on conservative fake news stories. “It’s more risk to the rest of us, but for people like Hillary Clinton, this isn’t putting lives at risk, it’s putting lies at risk,” said Gainor, “George Orwell’s 1984 wasn’t a how-to book. It was a warning.”
By Kristine Marsh | | December 9, 2016 | 2:23 PM EST
You can’t make this stuff up. On Friday morning’s New Day, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo badgered Rep. Marsha Blackburn over defending Trump’s conservative pick for the head of the EPA asking her, “Can you be for clean air and water if you do not believe that man has a hand in global warming?”
By Ken Oliver-Méndez | | December 9, 2016 | 1:00 PM EST
On December 8, 2016, Fusion, the millennial-targeted television network owned by the nation’s largest Spanish-language broadcaster, Univision, posted an online cartoon titled “The best case scenarios under Trump.”
By Scott Whitlock | | December 9, 2016 | 12:17 PM EST
As Donald Trump announced another cabinet pick, all three networks on Friday touted liberal talking points on Labor Secretary nominee Andrew Puzder. But it was Today journalist Peter Alexander who chided the Carl’s Jr. CEO for his company’s racy ads. NBC is the same network that devoted an entire week to promoting the graphic, sex-drenched movie Fifty Shades of Grey.
By Callista Ring | | December 9, 2016 | 12:15 PM EST
Singer Taylor Swift’s rapid rise to fame transformed her from “the girl next door” into edgy pop star, and nothing makes that more evident than her latest single. According to The New York Times, Swift collaborated with former One Direction member Zayn Malik to create a song for “Fifty Shades Darker,” the sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey,” a film that revolves around the sexual relationship between a female college graduates and a BDSM-obsessed billionaire.
By Kyle Drennen | | December 9, 2016 | 12:13 PM EST
On Friday, NBC’s Today devoted a full report to stoking fears that Donald Trump’s criticism of individual businesses could ruin people’s investments. MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle appeared on the morning show to warn viewers: “Imagine a tweet, a single tweet losing you money. 140 characters could cost you 140 bucks maybe 1,400, maybe more. That is how powerful the president's voice is, it can move markets.”
By Kristine Marsh | | December 9, 2016 | 12:11 PM EST
Every time Hillary Clinton has made a public appearance since losing the election, the media goes nuts. Even the New York Times opined about her “chance” appearances as a “political salve” for their sore loser wounds. Two of the three networks Friday morning used their morning shows to excitedly report on Clinton’s latest public appearance, where she condemned the media’s latest bogeyman, “fake news.” ABC excitedly reported on Clinton’s return to “the spotlight” with Jon Karl calling her “the most prominent voice in the democratic party.” NBC’s Peter Alexander also covered Clinton’s rebuke in a less effusive report, while CBS This Morning passed.
By Sam Dorman | | December 9, 2016 | 10:52 AM EST
Media outlets hyped former vice president Al Gore’s recent meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump. Since becoming a full time climate alarmist Gore has earned wealth and the accolades of the liberal news and entertainment media. His slideshow turned him into the “darling of Hollywood” according to the news media.
By Tim Graham | | December 9, 2016 | 10:46 AM EST
Our old colleague Mark Finkelstein at Legal Insurrection caught a humdinger today. Mika Brzezinski revealed on the air that Hillary Clinton's campaign called NBC brass and demanded Mika be taken off the air for something "journalistically inappropriate." Let that sink in: the Clinton campaign wanted Mika -- not Joe, not an MSNBC Republican like Michael Steele -- removed from morning TV.
By Clay Waters | | December 9, 2016 | 10:32 AM EST
The front of Friday’s New York Times featured Michael Shear's interview with Chuck Jones, the now-famous president of Indiana United Steelworkers Local 1999, who came under withering attack by president-elect Donald Trump on Twitter on Wednesday night, after claiming that “Trump lied his ass off” about how many U.S. jobs Trump’s Carrier move would actually save. The headline: “Trump as Cyberbully in Chief? New Twitter Attack Draws Fire.” But it's hypocritical of the paper to condemn Trump on the front page as a powerful person bullying an innocent private citizen, while letting intimidation of private citizens by Obama go unremarked upon.