As the torrent of Hillary Clinton campaign e-mails continued to pour out of WikiLeaks Tuesday, a peculiar e-mail surfaced sent from Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta. The e-mail discussed Clinton’s possible vice presidential choices with different blocks of candidates distinguished mainly by their race and gender, or as Podesta dubbed them, “food groups.” As offensive as such classifications would seem be, the liberal “Big Three” networks didn’t bat an eye at Clinton’s minority “food groups,” a stark contrast to their outrage at Governor Mitt Romney’s “binders of women” comment in 2012.
By Lindsay Kornick | | October 19, 2016 | 12:40 AM EDT
To Kenny O’Neal, the obnoxious teenaged gay stereotype on ABC's The Real O’Neals, a single gay man is not a gay man at all. To that end, the episode “The Real Dates” focuses on Kenny using a gay dating app. I suppose it’s preferable to him watching gay porn or going to a gay coffee bar, but with the way the show portrays it, the app’s not much better.
By Lindsay Kornick | | October 18, 2016 | 11:55 PM EDT
ABC's new sitcom American Housewife continues to miss the mark in its interpretation of the modern American family, demonizing conservatives while promoting liberal ideology.
By Nicholas Fondacaro | | October 18, 2016 | 10:52 PM EDT
Late Monday, Project Veritas dropped a series of videos exposing the underhanded tactics of liberal political operatives, which has already has led to people losing their jobs. “Tonight, a rare look inside the dark side of politics,” reported Fox News’ Bret Baier Tuesday on Special Report, “A conservative group is shining some light on how pro-Hillary Clinton forces at least plotted to circumvent election law and disrupt events for Donald Trump often inciting violence.” In spite of these bombshells, all of the “Big Three” networks blacked out the revelations.
By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | | October 18, 2016 | 10:39 PM EDT
On his CNN show Reliable Sources on October 16, host Brian Stelter took the denial of liberal media bias to a new level. In the wake of hundreds of emails underlining media-Democrat collusion, he insisted that every American should deny the evidence.
“In Trump's world, journalists are really just Clinton campaign workers in disguise collaborating with her in an attempt to rig the election. This is not just false, it's ludicrous and it's damaging.” On what planet does this man live?
By Curtis Houck | | October 18, 2016 | 9:45 PM EDT
Between Monday night and late Tuesday, various media outlets made the bizarre comparison between Melania Trump’s CNN interview defending husband Donald Trump against allegations of sexual assault to the infamous sit down then-First Lady Hillary Clinton gave to NBC’s Today in 1998 where she denounced accusations against President Bill Clinton as part of a “vast right-wing conspiracy.”
By Randy Hall | | October 18, 2016 | 7:41 PM EDT
As if this election cycle hasn't been turbulent enough, Michael Moore -- producer of such liberal “schlockumentaries” as Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 -- is putting last-minute editing touches on his latest project, which is entitled Michael Moore in TrumpLand.
Set to open in New York City and Los Angeles on Wednesday night, the film is described this way in its synopsis: “See the film Ohio Republicans tried to shut down. Oscar-winner Michael Moore dives right into hostile territory with his daring and hilarious one-man show, deep in the heart of TrumpLand in the weeks before the 2016 election.”
Morning Joe Liberal Commentators Attempt Defense of Obama/Clinton Contradictions and Conflicts, Pivot Back to Trash TrumpBy Kristian Kafozoff | | October 18, 2016 | 5:59 PM EDT
Thus far, the ongoing WikiLeaks releases of Hillary Clinton’s e-mail information on controversial conversations received minimal press coverage over the weekend as a conflict in US-Russian relations has unfolded over alleged Russian cyber hacks into the Clinton campaign.
By Scott Whitlock | | October 18, 2016 | 5:45 PM EDT
No moment from the final months of Barack Obama's presidency is too minor to note. On CBS This Morning, Tuesday, Chip Reid gushed over the “last state dinner of the Obama era.” Reid recounted from the White House: “The first course will include a sweet potato pasta dish. Followed by a warm butter nut squash salad. Then a meaty main course with a vegetarian option. Ending, of course, with dessert.”
By Curtis Houck | | October 18, 2016 | 5:40 PM EDT
In the latest example of media bias concerning the 2016 election that many would cowardly blame on Donald Trump stealing the spotlight, Tuesday’s morning shows on ABC and NBC saw no reason to inform their viewers of a USA Today investigation detailing the cozy relationships cultivated between high-profile corporate lobbyists to the Hillary Clinton-led State Department, the Clinton Foundation, and top donors to her campaign.
By Callista Ring | | October 18, 2016 | 4:27 PM EDT
The recently leaked trove of emails from Hillary Clinton and her staff, revealed many items of concern including cozy and unethical interactions with the press. MRC Vice President for Business and Culture Dan Gainor chastised the media saying, “This is the worst bias election probably anybody has ever seen anywhere.
By Kristine Marsh | | October 18, 2016 | 4:25 PM EDT
In a leaked e-mail from Wikileaks late last week, Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush was caught groveling before Hillary Clinton chairman John Podesta, trying to gain his “approval” before publishing a story on the Clinton campaign. In the e-mail, Thrush admits he’s a “hack” that needs Podesta’s approval on the part of the story that pertains to him.
By Tim Graham | | October 18, 2016 | 4:18 PM EDT
A Media Research Center study of donations at OpenSecrets.org demonstrates a dramatic tilt in campaign donations by employees at some of America’s leading news outlets.
The most dramatic financial favoritism is shown by employees of The New York Times: since January 1, 2008, 68 employees of the Times have donated exclusively to Democrats or Democratic PACs to just three employees who donated to a Republican. Compare that to The Washington Post, whose employees in the same time period broke out as 15 Democratic donors to two who gave to the GOP. A similar breakdown came from putting in the Big Three TV news operations, 32 to 2 overall. Putting these five media outlets together, it’s 115 Democrat donors to 7 who have given to Republicans.
By Kyle Drennen | | October 18, 2016 | 4:09 PM EDT
On Tuesday, both NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America accepted at face value Obama administration denials of a quid pro quo to cover up Hillary Clinton’s possession of classified e-mails. Reports on the morning shows let statements from the State Department and the FBI be the last word on the topic.
By P.J. Gladnick | | October 18, 2016 | 3:46 PM EDT
In all of the reporting on the WikiLeaks releases of John Podesta's emails, how often you do actually see aspersions cast upon their authenticity? Pretty much never expecially since there has been no real denial of it by the parties involved starting with Podesta himself. What the mainstream media tends to do instead is to just ignore them. Their excuse is that the "outrageous" things Donald Trump says crowds out whatever could be in the Wikileaks revelations.
However, now we do have a reporter who makes an incredibly weak case that some of the Wikileaks emails could be fake. He is Douglas Perry of The Oregonian who initially asserts How Russian disinformation could be driving the Hillary Clinton WikiLeaks email scandal before finally undermining himself.