It’s seemingly become routine for CNN to test the boundary of journalistic ethics and have Prime Time host Chris Cuomo interview his older brother, the Democratic governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo on his show. During Monday’s appearance, Chris proved why he was the “Fredo” of the family when he tried and ultimately failed to egg Andrew into bashing President Trump and commit to, at least, be open to running for president “at some point.”



It looks like the millions liberal billionaire George Soros’s Democracy PAC dumped into lefty group Priorities USA’s coffers are paying dividends. An Advertising Analytics March 21-March 27 “The Week in Review” report found that, out of ten coronavirus ads aired on TV last week, Priorities USA’s anti-Trump coronavirus ad “Hoax” led the pack with a whopping “1,074 airings.” Advertising Analytics noted that “The top advertiser for the week was Priorities USA.”



On Saturday, NBC’s Today show took time to share one of the top media concerns in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic – that the crisis has hampered likely Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s ability to campaign. Meanwhile, the network broadcast fretted that daily White House briefings about the virus had provided President Trump with a “substitute for campaign rallies.”



On Morning Joe, David Ignatius manages to pull off an MSM two-fer: using the coronavirus not only to swipe at President Trump, but to go back in history and jab another Republican president, George W. Bush, for his handling of 9/11. On today's Morning Joe, Ignatius of the Washington Post indulged in a classic bit of blaming-not-blaming. He first acknowledged that George W. "didn't cause 9/11."



On Sunday's AM Joy show, MSNBC host Joy Reid gave frequent guest Frank Schaeffer a forum to rant against conservative Christians for supporting President Donald Trump during the pandemic. The longtime liberal activist who often bashes the Christian right slammed President Trump as a "moronic monster" and a "pro-death" President. He also went on to declare that conservative Christians are "in love with the gospel of hatred" because they did not stop supporting the NRA in the aftermath of church shootings.



Si las encuestas acertaron, el senador socialista Bernie Sanders (I-VT) va rumbo a una rotunda derrota en las primarias presidenciales demócratas de Florida. Pero eso no impidió que la cadena noticiosa en español líder de la nación impulsara a Sanders hasta el triste final.



There is rarely a time when Trump scorning comes to a halt on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. The leftist host has continued to stoke animus towards the President throughout the coronavirus crisis, most recently on Thursday night’s “minilogue” during an interview with former Vice President and 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden. Kimmel even pushed a wacky conspiracy theory about “postponing the 2020 election.



Alex Wagner, a CBS special correspondent and co-host of Showtime's political series The Circus, has a very low threshold for Joe Biden to meet in the upcoming presidential campaign: Stay alive. Yes, according to Wagner, Biden just needs to have warm blood flowing through his body to make it across the election day finish line on November 3 and hopefully that would be enough for him to score a victory against President Trump.

 



Having been a few days since there was even a noteworthy exchange between President Trump and a White House reporter, Wednesday’s Coronavirus Task Force daily briefing came through. This time, CBS White House correspondent Paula Reid was on the receiving end as the President called her reporting “fake news” and doubled down on a tweet insisting the liberal media want the economy to tank (due to the coronavirus) in order to further harm his reelection prospects.



During her 12:00 p.m. ET hour show on Wednesday, MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell revealed her greatest fear amid the coronavirus pandemic – Donald Trump’s approval ratings going up. She fretted over likely Democratic nominee Joe Biden “having difficulty” getting his message out during the crisis and support for the President “skyrocketing.”



The New York Times is consumed with using the coronavirus crisis against President Trump, with Monday’s front-page “news analysis” mocking the very idea of presidential leadership during the pandemic in “Trump Shifts Image: Leader For ‘Wartime.’” Times reporters sneered: "This gambit, however, requires a rewriting of history -- Mr. Trump’s muted approach to the virus early on -- and it’s far from clear if many voters will accept the idea of him as a wartime leader." The paper even pumped up Joe Biden as a national savior.



In a bizarre interview with Nicolle Wallace during her MSNBC show, Joe Biden is alternately goofy and choked up.  He twice gets emotional while describing people who have lost loved ones to the coronavirus. But he also twice flings insults at President Trump, only to call his words "stupid," saying "sorry," and "I shouldn't have said it that way," while making a series of goofy facial expressions.