Alec Sears is an intern in the Media Research Center's News Analysis Division.
Alec Sears is an intern for the Media Research Center. Previously, he was a professional campus activist. Alec also heads up operations at Lone Conservative as Vice President of the organization.
He can be contacted at ASears@MRC.org. You can also follow Alec on Twitter.
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Thursday on CNN's Cuomo Prime Time, former Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta was invited by host Chris Cuomo to talk about the Inspector General’s Report released earlier that day. Podesta took the opportunity to argue that Hillary Clinton was the real victim.
Tuesday, while appearing on CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time, left-wing political commentator and weekend host Van Jones lept to the defense of Bill Clinton, as the former President embarrassed himself yet again. In an interview with PBS while on his current book tour, Clinton said this:
Tuesday afternoon, the Huffington Post published an article calling on the LGBT community and its allies to boycott Chick-fil-A. The author of the piece, Noah Michelson, could not fathom how someone could eat such delicious chicken and not consider the consequences of their actions.
Monday, the Supreme Court handed down a 5-4 decision regarding the removal of inactive voters from state registries. It was decided that Ohio was within the bounds of the 1993 National Voter Registration Act to remove individuals from the rolls after 6 years (12 elections) of not voting and multiple attempts to contact.
Saturday, the New York Times published an article about the future of commercial space travel. Detailing the business plans and operations of Axiom Space, Featured Story Writer Sheila Marikar took the opportunity to toss in a couple of insults directed at the uber-wealthy.
Ralph Peters, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and former Fox News Analyst, appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 on Wednesday night. His first TV appearance since leaving Fox showed he had nothing but ill will toward his former network.
Appearing on Wednesday night’s Cuomo Prime Time, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tore into host Chris Cuomo. Sanders blasted Cuomo and his network for not covering the Veterans Affairs Reform Bill signed earlier that day.
Tuesday marked the second edition of Chris Cuomo’s new show, Cuomo Prime Time. It’s quickly becoming clear that the show will just be another platform for liberal anger on CNN. Anthony Scaramucci, former White House Press Secretary, joined Cuomo for a discussion about Donald Trump rescinding the invitation of the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles to visit the White House. Scaramucci took the opportunity to call out Cuomo for not highlighting President Trump’s recent and meaningful victories.
A panel of guests on Monday's CNN Tonight With Don Lemon took turns trying to deflect from the public backlash against former President Bill Clinton after he refused to take responsibility for the Monica Lewinsky scandal during a contentious interview with NBC reporter Craig Melvin on the Today show that morning. Anchor Don Lemon and his pundits instead tried to turn the focus against President Trump.