On Friday, NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning portrayed the partial implementation of President Trump’s temporary travel ban from six Middle Eastern nations as being more controversial that the state of Nevada legalizing recreational marijuana just days after a study showed similar policies in other states caused a spike in deadly traffic accidents.
Lipton Tea has made hefty contributions to Planned Parenthood, the National Urban League, and the Center for American Progress – all of which lobby heavily for leftist agendas. According to a weekly report from 2ndVote, Lipton has a history for donating to numerous exclusively liberal lobbies and organizations.
Netflix premiered its new original show GLOW on Friday, June 23. GLOW stands for “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling,” and though the show is inspired by the real-life GLOW from the 80’s, the fictionalized version differs greatly from the original.
Appearing as a guest on Friday's New Day, CNN political commentator Carl Bernstein repeatedly attacked the Trump administration as a "malignant presidency" and asserted that it is "not functioning."
It's been a tumultuous year for Maddi Runkles, the pregnant Christian teen who became a news sensation when her high school wouldn't let her walk at graduation. On Friday, ABC Nightline highlighted Runkles' story which culminated in a special commencement ceremony arranged by her pastor and family.
Project Veritas has released another undercover video of a CNN producer saying embarrassing things underlining the network’s liberal, anti-Trump atmosphere. Jimmy Carr, a producer for CNN’s morning show New Day, with co-anchors Alisyn Camerota and Chris Cuomo. Carr said the American voters are as "stupid as s--t," that everyone "on the inside" recognizes Donald Trump is a "hilariously unqualified....clown" who's "just f---ing crazy." His adviser Kellyanne Conway "looks like she got hit with a shovel."
Variety writer Sonia Saraiya, on June 28, found that NWA’s single “F--k tha Police,” released in 1988, is still relevant thirty years later. Why is that?
The song has “trenchant lyrics about police brutality” that are “as unsettlingly relevant today as they were in 1988,” according to the writer. BET found it appropriate for the present as well: they made an entire episode of Tales that centered around the controversial lyrics by depicting a dystopian society that is heavily segregated.
Former Trump campaign correspondent and current MSNBC host Katy Tur appeared on Thursday’s The 11th Hour to argue that President Trump won’t suffer “the consequences” of his actions (e.g. his lewd Mika Brzezinski tweets) until Republicans oppose him on policy (and thus team up with Democrats).
It’s officially over. The Washington Redskins have defeated the politically correct left. And the liberal media couldn't care less. The Washington Post, a newspaper that led the fight against the team keeping the name, relegated the story to the metro section. The headline announced, “Washington Redskins win trademark fight over the team’s name.” All three networks on Thursday night and Friday morning skipped the news.
After Thursday’s network evening newscasts devoted 28 times more coverage to Donald Trump’s offensive tweets than to important immigration reform legislation, on Friday, the morning shows on ABC, NBC, and CBS offered even more lopsided reporting. Combined, ABC’s Good Morning America, NBC’s Today, and CBS This Morning devoted a staggering 52 times the amount of coverage to the President’s social media attack than to Kate’s Law passing the House.
Climate activist Tom Steyer thinks “grassroots” and Astroturf are the same thing. The billionaire told Politico he would spend $7.5 million in eight states this year to teach young voters about “traditional American ways of grass-roots organizing.”
Everyone who watched the recent Project Veritas video of Van Jones clearly heard him say that "the Russia thing is just a big nothing burger." However, Van Jones appeared on the June 29 Anderson Cooper 360 show to declare that we misinterpreted what he was saying. Jones spun it that what he meant was that the hope for impeachment of President Donald Trump based on the proofless charge of collusion with Russia in the 2016 election was the real "nothing burger."
Here is Van Jones as he spin, spin, spins:
Thursday night The New York Times quietly issued a correction online that admitted one of the media’s major talking points about the Russia investigation wasn’t actually true. The correction was discreetly placed on their website under a 5 day-old article on Trump and Russia by Maggie Haberman called “Trump’s Deflections and Denials on Russia Frustrate Even His Allies.”
In the wake of an unhinged liberal trying to murder conservative congressmen, Hollywood is somehow smearing the National Rifle Association as violent “terrorists.” A famous director and actor both trashed the organization after it forcefully denounced the left. Regarding a Dana Loesch-narrated NRA video, Avengers director Joss Whedon sneered, “A terrorist recruitment video the whole FAMILY can watch!”
On Thursday, all of Washington, D.C. and every liberal news outlet was obsessed with a pair of early morning tweets sent out by President Trump. But there was also some good being done in D.C. that day. In two bipartisan votes, the House passed both Kate’s Law and a measure to punish sanctuary cities. However, viewers of ABC and CBS would not have known about them since they omitted it from their coverage, while NBC gave it less than 30 seconds.