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Last night at a Trump rally, the president criticized the Academy Awards giving Best Picture this year to South Korean film, Parasite. While ripping the decision, he invoked classic American movies, Gone With the Wind and Sunset Boulevard. Trump just merely mentioning Gone With the Wind triggered the hosts at The View on Friday’s show, as they attacked Trump’s “xenophobia” and racism.



The always trendy social engineers over at TeenVogue are raising awareness for the pro-choice cause this week, urging young people to get more hysterical about abortion than they currently are.



The Page Six gossip column at the New York Post has a new story of Chuck Todd's financial ties to prominent Democrats. Chuck Todd's wife has a direct-mail business that billed millions of dollars to Bernie Sanders for President when he ran against Hillary. Now, it turns out, Todd was renting out a house he owned to one Senator Amy Klobuchar. Just like the family business tie to Sanders, Todd hasn't disclosed his landlord tie when he's interviewed Klobuchar on his programs.



The media relationship with the Russian collusion narrative is akin to the ex-boyfriend a high school adolescent cannot seem to move on from. It is over. No one is in need of hearing this dosage of cold-hard truth more than the individuals at MSNBC, as proven by Friday's Morning Joe.



While hyping reports that President Trump fired his acting Director of National Intelligence over concerns that the intelligence community was too focused on allegations of Russian interference in the upcoming election, on her Friday morning show, MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle claimed that Trump should want to “have a clean win” in 2020 after the “asterisk” in the 2016 election.



Contribution records appear to show that the newly hired heads of the National Public Radio Foundation (NPRF) and National Public Radio (NPR) are liberal partisans. So why does NPR continue to receive taxpayer funding? The new Chair of the NPR Foundation Board of Trustees John McGinn gave the maximum-allowed $2,800 to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s (D-NY) presidential campaign Mar. 2, 2019. 



As Thursday's CNN Right Now came to a close, host Brianna Keilar took time reflect on the events of the past couple of weeks in the form of an anti-President Trump monologue. Unfortunately, the monologue was riddled with various false, misleading, and partisan criticisms.



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. “There is no doubt that these videos are manipulated and dangerous,” an expert told Vox in reference to Bloomberg’s content. The video, which had crickets and reactions from other candidates edited in to create a statement, also extended the uncomfortable lack of response from the other candidates.



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.