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In a Wednesday appearance on Fox News @ Night, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell blasted the “very bad people” in the liberal media whose false reporting have put the lives of the Covington Kids in danger.



People in the mainstream media have recently criticized White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for not conducting any press briefings since the start of the new year in part because President Trump told her “not to bother” because “the word gets out anyway.” During an appearance on Tuesday morning’s edition of America’s Newsroom on the Fox News Channel, former Press Secretary Sean Spicer stated that the administration “made the right call on this” because the media turn the briefing “into a circus” that has created “a bunch of YouTube stars that were B-rate reporters.”



The satirists at Babylon Bee are picking on Snopes again! The new article is a wicked take on the Left headlined "Snopes Introduces New 'Factually Inaccurate But Morally Right' Fact Check Result." It's to be used "for claims that aren't technically correct but are on the right side of history so we won't call them out for being entirely wrong." 



After Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann shared his side of the story with a very hostile and bullying NBC News on Wednesday, the coverage of the confrontation by the liberal broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) inexplicably evaporated from their evening newscasts. The timing was suspect, especially considering that Sandmann’s family lawyer issued an ultimatum to the vicious liberal mob threatening libel lawsuits.



In the latest example of the liberal broadcast networks burying the scandals Democratic politicians, ABC, CBS, and NBC ran away at full speed from Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, who was forced to step down from key posts Wednesday following accusations she mishandled a rape allegation by a female staffer. This, after they pushed aside the breaking news last week.



The Razzie Awards, given out annually for the “worst in cinema” of the year, may not be the first place you think of when you think of political bias. But the 2019 edition of the Golden Raspberry (“Razzies”) Awards took an obnoxious anti-Trump angle that extended to the First Lady. One nominee for Worst Actor: Donald Trump, for his appearances in two documentaries, right-winger Dinesh D’Souza’s Death of a Nation, and left-winger Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 11/9. Two of the nominees for Worst Supporting Actress were former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway and First Lady Melania Trump (both for clips in Fahrenheit 11/9).



Reacting to word that the U.S. Supreme Court has approved the Trump administration's ban on new transgender military recruits, CNN correspondent Jessica Dean ran a piece which deceptively edited a clip of Donald Trump from the 2016 campaign to make it appear he had made a general promise to support "LGBTQ" rights which he is now allegedly breaking.



When you think of Mitch McConnell, you think of Nazi appeasers, right? If you’re a New York Times journalist, maybe so. In an enormous, 26 page piece for the January 27th Sunday magazine, journalist Charles Homans psychoanalyzed the Senate Majority Leader’s relationship with Donald Trump. 



U2 frontman Bono at least partly defended capitalism at the 2019 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

His remarks came just days after outspoken Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. attacked the “system” and ranted against the coexistence of billionaires and poverty.



In the pilot episode of SYFY’s Deadly Class, a teen drama about a high school for assassins set in the 1980s, the lead character not only blames Ronald Reagan for the death of his parents, but tells his fellow murderous classmates that he plans to “assassinate” the President who “ruined my life.”



During Monday’s edition of Anderson Cooper 360, the eponymous host and his panel engaged in a lengthy discussion about whether or not President Trump was a racist. One of the panelists, Charles Blow of The New York Times, used his platform to compare President Trump to white supremacist David Duke, arguing that his unsuccessful bid to become Governor of Louisiana in 1991 served as a “blue print for how the present GOP is running on a policy level.”



Amidst the appalling and loathsome coverage of the Covington Catholic High School students, the liberal media are in the midst of a damaging week for their credibility when one includes the now-debunked BuzzFeed News story. For NBC News in particular, the story is even more damaging when noting the fact that at zero point in their 17 minutes and 32 seconds of coverage on their morning and evening newscasts about BuzzFeed did the network disclose the hundreds of millions of dollars its invested in the online outlet.



Lately, lefties can’t seem to stop flipping off everyone and everything. Christian schools, fast food banquets, innocent Catholic teenagers, innocent unborn infants -- they’ve all gotten the bird from increasingly unhinged progressives recently.



A deleted Twitter account that originally posted the edited video of the Covington kids and Nathan Phillips is now under scrutiny and bears a number of suspicious earmarks. Twitter has banned @2020fight, the account that tweeted the deceptively edited video from Jan. 19, but the damage to the Covington kids, the media’s credibility and the general culture has already been done.



Princeton professor and professional race-baiter for MSNBC Eddie Glaude spoke with host Craig Melvin on MSNBC Live Wednesday morning to bash the Covington kids as symptoms of white privilege. Yes, getting your name, image, school and family smeared all over television and online, while receiving death threats is apparently a symptom of “white privilege,” or at least that’s what Glaude tried to argue. Melvin also claimed that anyone wearing a MAGA hat was asking for trouble.