Notable Quotables is the Media Research Center’s compilation of the latest outrageous, sometimes humorous, quotes in the liberal media. Full editions before March of 2016 are posted on MRC.org (archive).

At year-end, a panel of three dozen leading conservative media observers serve as judges to select “The Best Notable Quotables: Annual Awards for the Year’s Worst Reporting.” As posted on NewsBusters.  Full archive back to 1988 on MRC.org.

For posts on NewsBusters about the MRC’s annual DisHonors Awards and Gala.

The following are the Top 14 worst examples of liberal media types discovering the “bright spot” of the coronavirus crisis:   



The following are the most sickening attacks by celebrities on Trump and conservatives from the Hollywood left over the last few weeks.



From MSNBC host Joe Scarborough questioning the President’s fitness to lead to New York magazine’s Olivia Nuzzi’s troll bait of a question at a White House briefing the following are the Top 10 most outrageous takes from liberal journalists during the last two weeks of the coronavirus crisis: 



Celebrities sank to new depths in their attacks on Donald Trump and his supporters, as they blamed him for “tens of thousands of deaths,” called his voters “insane” and wished they would “drop dead.” The following are the most obnoxious attacks by celebrities on Trump, his family and supporters from the last two weeks of the coronavirus crisis:



From MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace whining about Donald Trump tweeting “like a punk” while thousands die to her colleague Joe Scarborough cursing Republicans for sacrificing World War II veterans to Wall Street, the following are the 16 worst coronavirus crisis quotes by journalists from the past week-and-half.



The terrible takes just keep coming. Lefty correspondents and hosts keep finding ways to blame President Donald Trump for lives lost to the coronavirus. The following are 16 terrible takes on Trump’s handling of the coronavirus crisis:



Enraged actors and late night talk show hosts blew a gasket these past few weeks as they charged “hundreds of thousands” of lives will be lost thanks to the “evil” and “despicable” Donald Trump valuing the Dow Jones over “saving lives.” The following are just the most recent examples of celebrities viciously attacking Trump during the coronavirus crisis.



As the coronavirus crisis deepens, the media continue to sink lower in their vile attacks on Donald Trump and conservatives. Liberal journalists like NBC Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd have questioned if “there is blood on the President’s hands?” New Yorker editor David Remnick charged Trump’s “narcissism” and “lack of empathy” has “led to disaster.” The following are the most recent examples of journalists displaying their rage against Trump and conservatives during the coronavirus crisis.



From Jimmy Kimmel yelling from his home at the “racist” Trump to “shut up” to Cher condemning the President as a “LIAR & MURDERER” the following are the most obnoxious examples of celebrities spewing their hatred against Trump during the coronavirus crisis: 



Lefty journalists have used this moment to play election year politics as they’ve labeled the pandemic Trump’s “Chernobyl” and “Katrina” and even charged that Republicans were fine with a “million seniors” dying. They also tarred Trump and conservatives as racist for noting the country of origin of the virus. All the while they’ve used this crisis to advocate for their favored socialist policies and politicians. The following are the worst examples of the media exploiting the pandemic over the last few weeks: 



He’s MSNBC and CNN’s favorite Republican, he’s so-called “GOP strategist” Rick Wilson and he hates you -- especially if you are a “ten-toothed rube” “idolater” of Donald Trump.



One of the lead debate moderators for CNN’s Sunday night debate is Univision anchor Jorge Ramos – a journalist so opposed to Donald Trump he was actually thrown out of a 2015 campaign event for being so rude. Since then, Ramos and his network Univision have railed against Trump on immigration and fueled the rise of the most left-wing candidate in the race – the openly socialist Senator Bernie Sanders.