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Democrat candidate and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg tweeted a humorous video of his performance during the Feb. 19 debate. Liberal journalists wanted the video taken down.



Friday morning, CNN brought on a juror from the Roger Stone trial to dismiss President Trump’s claims of political bias. Even though the lead juror was a Democrat who ran for Congress and whose social media is filled with anti-Trump posts, New Day co-host John Berman pretended as if President Trump’s claims of bias came out of nowhere. He invited his guest to tear into the President for “denigrating” the patriotic duty of jury service.



Who becomes a modern advice columnist? According to the Washington Post’s Maura Judkis, it’s someone with “a deep well of empathy, a strong moral compass, a gift for being succinct without coming off as glib.” Empathy, check. Not glib, got it. Strong ... moral compass? Huh?



Remember the arguments from liberals about how massive immigration, both legal and illegal, was good for the country? Well, a certain publication is now questioning that proposition specifically on the grounds that it appears that the curtailment of immigration during the Trump administration seems to have the effect of raising blue collar wages.

The most surprising thing about this assertion is that the source is one which  you would associate with being friendly towards Trump. It was The Economist which was so hostile toward Trump that shortly after his inauguration, it featured a cover illustration of Trump tossing a Molotov cocktail. 



It’s been more than a decade since Donald Trump hosted some version of The Apprentice on NBC, but that didn’t stop disgraced newsman Brian Williams from using footage from the program to cast a sinister light on the President after the Republican official pardoned several prisoners on Tuesday. Williams, who has been the host of The 11th Hour on the MSNBC cable channel since September of 2016, seemed to blame his network’s parent company for enabling Trump’s rise in politics that resulted in his time in the White House.



MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell sounded like a bad Hollywood screenplay on Thursday night. And he's written a few bad screenplays for Hollywood in his time. Long after the Mueller Report fizzled, O'Donnell took the latest newspaper scribbings of conspiracy theory and concluded for his network's rabid Democrat audience: "The president is a Russian operative."



An automated service will no longer label people as male or female, according to a report from Business Insider. Google’s Cloud Vision API, a “computer vision” product that has the ability to “[a]ssign labels to images and quickly classify them into millions of predefined categories,” might be making some changes to two specific labels.



After spending days decrying Attorney General William Barr as a stooge for President Trump after he overruled overzealous federal prosecutors seeking a maximum of nine years in the sentencing of Roger Stone, Federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson handed down a sentence in line with the recommendation Barr amended. Despite this fact, the liberal broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) made it seem as though the Judge was defying Barr.



The Deep State and liberal media had quite the night on Thursday in light of a New York Times report that “Russia was interfering in the 2020 campaign to try to get President Trump re-elected.” In the first 27 minutes of MSNBC’s Hardball, the narrative was that, without citing direct evidence, President Trump was a “wannabe dictator” “collaborating with the Soviets” to carry out “Russian attacks on our democracy” with an assist from “a complicit, compliant, lick-spittle Republican Congress” acting like “hosts of Russia Today.”



Tim Allen's Mike Baxter is on a mission to teach exchange student Jen (Krista Marie Yu) about capitalism in Last Man Standing's February 20 episode "Baked Sale," as she figures out the best way to earn money on behalf of the Geology's club bake sale. Mike also has some choice words for capitalism's staunchest detractors in the Democrat race for president.



As of Thursday, there were two sets of data from respected pollsters that showed President Trump pulling ahead his Democratic rivals nationally and in at least one key swing state. But conveniently leaked information to The New York Times provided excellent cover to ABC’s World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News as it allowed them to ignore the polls and set the groundwork to falsely claim any Trump victory in November was the sole result of Russian interference.



Modern identity politics should have no part in entertaining children, certainly not at the expense of truth. Hollywood tells us constantly that it only reflects reality. Here’s the reality for you: in 2017 just 3-4% of the population was LGBT. Yet GLAAD wants 20% TV characters to be gay. What quota have they set as acceptable for animated shows at Disney? Why in the world must children be subjected to this? Why can’t they be allowed to be… children? 



Chelsea Handler thinks she’s the arbiter of race these days. After all, she does live in the most moral community on earth -- Hollywood, of course -- and actually has a major streaming series dedicated to helping white people check their privilege. If only that expertise could help her avoid tweeting statements similar to Kanye West’s infamous “George Bush hates black people” about Trump.



On Wednesday afternoon, MSNBC host Ali Velshi talked up the liberal push for a single-payer health insurance system as he discussed the plans proposed by Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, touting the "generous" benefits promised, but not dealing with the down sides like the rationing of health care.



The New York Times news pages are attacking Donald Trump from all angles to deny him a second term: The Europeans don’t like him! On Wednesday, Steven Erlanger, the paper’s chief diplomatic correspondent, fretted about how “Europe Ponders a ‘Deeply Damaging’ Trump Re-election.” Erlanger’s piece has a strong whiff of anti-Trump, pro-European superiority for a “news” story: "Many anticipate a collapse in the already eroding trust in American leadership and credibility."