Democratic presidential contenders lashed out at frontrunner Joe Biden on Wednesday after he bragged about the ability to work with segregationists in the Senate, saying he could get things done with anyone. While all three networks covered this Democrat-on-Democrat fight Wednesday night and Thursday morning, CBS allowed the least amount of coverage: A scant 2 minutes and 34 minutes out of a total two and half hours of available air time.
For years on end, conservatives across the country have been forced to endure relentless, hateful smears directed at themselves, the President and basically anyone who is not a Democrat. Congressional Republicans are often a target for the far-left late night hosts. On Wednesday night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the late- night liberal sherpa, Jimmy Kimmel, had the gall to criticize those Republicans in Congress for asking their Democrat peers to use respectful language when speaking of the President.
During an interview with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for the Third Hour Today show on Thursday, NBC reporter Sheinelle Jones grilled the prominent African American Republican on whether race relations were “worse” under President Trump. Rice immediately rejected the notion and called on the press to knock off the “hyperbole” in its coverage.
New Day host Alisyn Camerota singled out and badgered a black Trump supporter on her show Thursday, for disagreeing that America was racist and it was all Trump’s fault. The liberal journalist sat down with a panel of six lifelong Democrat voters from rust belt states, four of whom voted for President Trump in 2016. Camerota was so eager to get the panel to bash Trump that she hounded one Trump supporter for daring to disagree with the liberal narrative on race relations.
Do you let your kids browse YouTube unsupervised? A lot of the people who work there don’t.
One of the left’s favorite economic talking points is an obsession with income and “wealth inequality.” In keeping with that trend, CNBC editor-at-large John Harwood offered five approaches to “fight” wealth inequality for the “economically helpless” on June 19. Most of those five proposals wee liberal solutions including suggestions for taxing those at the top, imposing a higher minimum wage and spending on infrastructure. Harwood’s left-wing bias has been on display at CNBC for years.
Both sides of the political spectrum seem to misunderstand the damage online censorship does to the First Amendment. After Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) announced a tech free speech bill on June 19 that would address the problem of ideological censorship online, mass panic ensued on the left and even with some on the right
The Washington Free Beacon reported two fact-manglings at the scene of MSNBC on Wednesday. Reporter Vaughn Hillyard weirdly claimed President Trump didn't mention abortion in his re-election campaign launch in Orlando on Tuesday night. MSNBC host Kasie Hunt claimed Biden was courting controversy with kind words about segregationist Republicans. They were southern Democrats.
In the wake of New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortex’s disgusting use of concentration camps imagery to attack ICE and Border Patrol, members of the liberal media, most notably CNN’s Brian Stelter, Andrew Kaczynski, Chris Cuomo, and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, rushed to defend her and spin the comments. But during Wednesday’s MTP Daily, NBC political director Chuck Todd put his foot down and stood above his colleagues as he called out Ocasio-Cortez and gave her a lesson on the Holocaust.
During her Wednesday report on CBS Evening News, correspondent Meg Oliver admitted a state investigation found that the Planned Parenthood facility in St. Louis, Missouri performed an abortion that violated state law. The clinic also vowed to break even more of the state’s laws. But she and the network still feared for the future of the facility, which could be shut down on Friday.
Ever wonder why professed Christian superstar athletes Russell Wilson and Stephen Curry go along with the politically correct progressive flow instead of holding true to the Christian worldview? That's because speaking openly about one's faith can be extremely hazardous to a Christian athlete's career, as Australian rugby player Israel Folau found out earlier this year. Especially minority Christian athletes. Folau was stripped of his $4 million contract for becoming, as the Saturday Paper reported, '‘the first athlete to be sanctioned for his religious views'’.
House Democrats held a raucous hearing on Wednesday, where they hosted a radical leftist writer and other supposed luminaries to make the case for the federal government to pay African-Americans reparations as an apology for slavery. Despite the ridiculousness of having the people of today pay the price of something they had no hand in some 150 years ago, the liberal broadcast networks seemed all for it during their evening newscasts.
The nation’s liberal media – including Univision – went ballistic in its coverage of President Trump’s 2020 re-campaign launch rally in Orlando, Florida. And to stress just how “upset” Latinos were about his announcement, Univision correspondent Claudia Uceda informed her audience that “only hours after Donald Trump promised deportations, workers who had revealed that they worked for the President with false documents wanted to ruin the celebration.”
On Saturday, the South Carolina Democratic Party will be holding its 2019 convention, an prominent political event at which nearly every 2020 Democratic presidential candidate will speak. However, many media outlets will be shut out of providing live coverage of the significant campaign stop because state Democrats have given MSNBC a sweetheart deal to report exclusively on the convention.
How do Americans feel about Big Tech companies policing content? Most people are for it but even more people doubt the companies can do it properly. Sixty-six percent of Americans, approximately 2/3rds of those surveyed say “social media companies have a responsibility to remove offensive content from their platforms,” according to the liberal Pew Research Center.