For the second week in a row (March 26), the four liberal Sunday roundtable shows ignored the rapidly growing scandal surrounding the Biden family’s corrupt overseas business dealings, even as new details continued to unravel. Instead, of reporting on the hard evidence in the federal Hunter Biden probe (and other alleged crimes and corruption surrounding the Biden family), they spent considerable airtime speculating and debating about a possible indictment of former President Trump by Alvin Bragg, the Soros-backed district attorney in New York City.
The four liberal Sunday talk shows, which consist of ABC’s This Week, CBS's Face the Nation, NBC’s Meet the Press, and CNN’s State of the Union, spent over an hour (63 minutes and 53 seconds) of combined time on the possible Trump indictment story.
The time breakdown that each show spent on Trump saw Chuck Todd and Meet the Press take the lion's with over 24 minutes (24:01), CNN's Jake Tapper and State of the Union come in second with almost 14 minutes (13:42), and third and fourth rounded out with Face the Nation (13 minutes, 15 seconds) and This Week (12 minutes, 55 seconds).
UPDATE on Sunday Show coverage of the Hunter Biden scandal: The four liberal roundtable programs on Sunday 3/26 continued to ignore the Biden family corruption scandals while spending a COMBINED 1 hour, 3 minutes, and 53 seconds on the Trump indictment story. pic.twitter.com/sJ0pxVUWNG— Kevin Tober (@KevinTober94) March 28, 2023
In contrast, these Sunday shows spent no time at all on the Hunter Biden scandals. This was even as new incriminating evidence had come to light from the past week that only made President Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s corrupt business activities more obvious.
The fact that the Sunday shows continued to ignore the Biden story while harping on a week-old Trump story with no new substantive information shows their efforts to deflect for the Biden administration.
This bias by omission from the four liberal Sunday roundtable programs was made possible by Chase on ABC, IBM on CBS, Progressive on CNN, & Prevagen on NBC. Their information is linked so you can contact them.