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CNN political analyst and Politico writer Ryan Lizza decided during Monday’s briefing to follow girlfriend Olivia Nuzzi from April 27 and ask a snarky question about how many deaths would be acceptable to the White House in terms of President Trump’s reelection prospects. The only difference here was Nuzzi tried to trap Trump whereas Lizza’s verbal grenade was lobbed at White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. And as has been the case during McEnany’s tenure, the reporter in question became incensed.



​A look at MRC Latino's archives reveals a moment between Univision senior anchor Jorge Ramos and former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke which explains why Joe Biden might have thought he had standing to weigh in on the ethnic authenticity of others, as evidenced by his recent "you ain't Black" gaffe.



Twitter’s terms of service say the platform doesn’t need a reason to terminate users or meddle with user content, and it appears its warning was no bluff. Josh LeKach’s show Wrong Opinion engages with anti-establishment and radically pro-free speech figures. His twitter verification badge was stripped after he interviewed Florida congressional primary candidate Laura Loomer.



The View protected Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden for over a month after his former staffer accused him of sexual assault. But after Biden made a racist comment about black voters in an interview last week, the hosts decided to address it and brush it under the rug as quickly as possible, by bringing on a black Democrat ally of Biden’s to do damage control for him.



After the long Memorial Day Weekend, ABC and CBS hoped you had forgotten about Joe Biden’s “you ain’t black” gaffe. The two networks on Tuesday avoided a recap of the presumptive Democratic nominee’s insistence that you can’t be African American and vote for Donald Trump. On the Today show, however, Andrea Mitchell gently brought the topic up, describing Biden as “rusty.”



A liberal dark money operation pushing “fake news” to hurt President Donald Trump in the 2020 election is pulling out all the stops. OpenSecrets revealed that “political operations are pouring millions of ‘dark money’ dollars into ads and digital content masquerading as news coverage to influence the 2020 election.” One of those operations is dubbed Courier Newsroom, which is owned by the leftist nonprofit ACRONYM. ACRONYM is the company behind the Iowa Democratic Caucus app fiasco.



YouTube is blocked in China by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). But that doesn’t seem to stop the censorship of criticism about the CCP. According to Palmer Luckey, the founder of tech companies Oculus and Anduril, YouTube deleted his comments on its platform. He tweeted, “YouTube has deleted every comment I ever made about the Wumao ((五毛), an internet propaganda division of the Chinese Communist Party.”



As MSNBC's weekend shows devoted a number of segments to Joe Biden's declaration that "you ain't black" if you're considering voting for Donald Trump over him, anchor Alicia Menendez -- the daughter of ethically challenged Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) -- pressed from the left on appealing to the radical base and advocates for illegal immigrants. 



Good Morning America on Tuesday scored an exclusive interview with Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, allowing the Democrat to hype her new book. Not mentioned at all in the interview? Her history of anti-Semitic remarks as well as other controversies. Shockingly, however, co-host Amy Robach pressed Omar (twice) on the woman accusing Joe Biden of sexual assault.



CNN anchor John King demonstrated his network's dramatic double standard toward the current president and his Democratic opponent within a half hour on Memorial Day. President Trump has a Twitter feed "full of hate and spite," and Joe Biden properly wore a mask and has a "strong tie to military families."



The feverish conspiracy theories (will Trump cancel the November elections? Will he refuse to accept a loss?) have spread from late-night “comedians” to the august pages of the New York Times, in the form of the lead National section story on Memorial Day. Reporter Reid Epstein began by spouting resistance fan-fiction in “How Far Would Trump Go to Keep Job? Foes Brainstorm Options – Anxiety Levels Increase As the President Attacks The Integrity of the Vote.”



Appearing as a panelist on Sunday’s edition of Meet the Press, MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell acted more as a Democratic strategist than a journalist. She did her best to do damage control for beleaguered presidential candidate Joe Biden, who stepped in it by telling radio host Charlamagne tha God that “you ain’t black” if you consider voting for President Trump. Mitchell quickly changed the subject by contrasting Trump’s “awful” record on race relations with Biden’s.



On Sunday's AM Joy, during a discussion of what presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should offer to black voters in exchange for their support, race-obsessed MSNBC host Joy Reid twice claimed that President Donald Trump promised white Americans that he would take actions against "brown immigrants." She also suggested that Italy has done a better job of handling the coronavirus epidemic than President Trump even though the per capita death rate there is substantially higher than in the U.S.



One favorite pastime of the national media is mocking President Trump's tweets as gauche and inappropriate. The people who make the Politico Playbook newsletter played this game on Memorial Day with the president, suggesting all of his tweets should have been respectful tributes to our war dead. Politico contrasted Trump tweeting about Obamagate and "Make America Great Again" with our apparently patriotic national newspapers. Let's call this bias by headline selection.



New on May 25: On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace and guest panelist Jonah Goldberg, of The Dispatch, denounced White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany for scolding reporters for not pursuing the Michael Flynn scandal and how it showed the unraveling of the Russia collusion narrative. Goldberg asserted that McEnany’s behavior was “indefensible and grotesque.”