Campaigns & Elections
NY Times Alarmed By GOP Spreading ‘Racist Fears’ on Soft-on-Crime Dems
The crime issue’s potential positive impact on Republican prospects in November is coming into alarmed focus at the New York Times. A prime example: Tuesday’s 1,700-word front-page story by Lisa Lerer and Jonathan Weisman, “G.O.P. Redoubles Efforts to Tie Democrats to High Crime Rates.”
The International Anti-Woke Backlash
This week, Italy prepared to welcome a new prime minister: 45-year-old Giorgia Meloni, leader of the right-wing Brothers of Italy party since 2014. Meloni is a populist conservative on issues ranging from marriage to immigration; she is a nationalist by philosophy and combatively passionate by temperament.
Nets Refuse to Mention What Biden Was Up to as Hurricane Wreaked Havoc
Hurricane Ian has, for good reason, consumed the news cycles this week in light of its record devastation across southwest Florida, but in the midst of their substantial coverage, the broadcast networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC have refused to mention President Biden chose to attend a Democratic Governors Association (DGA) fundraiser on Wednesday night as billions of dollars in damage were being…
UPDATE: YouTube Removes, Restores Future Italian PM’s Viral Speech
YouTube suspiciously censored a 2019 speech by future Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni just days after she was elected and the clip went viral. Coincidence? Likely not.
Washington Post Buries Its Own Terrible Poll for Biden on Page A-14
How incredibly damaging have all the Trump scandals and "legal woes" been to his political appeal? The latest ABC-Washington Post poll found that "if the 2024 race is again between Biden and Trump, 48 percent of registered voters say they would support Trump while 46 percent would support Biden, a difference within the poll's margin of error."
Whoopi Pushes for Splitting the Republican Party, Which Helps Dems
With the midterms fast approaching, the Monday edition of ABC’s The View looked to seize on apparent bickering within the Republican Party to try and drive a wedge, with co-host Whoopi Goldberg pushing for the party to split, forming a third party, and cementing Democratic Party supremacy. Surprisingly, there was some pushback from unlikely members of the panel but one of the so-…
FLASHBACK: Unlike Today’s Late Night Hacks, Carson Zinged Biden
It was 35 years ago this September that Joe Biden’s first of three presidential campaigns was embroiled in a plagiarism scandal, one that would torpedo the bid in controversy. While journalists and late night hosts in 2022 don’t seem interested in mocking now-President Biden, it’s worth remembering that Johnny Carson had no problem joking about the Democrat in 1987.
Ron Johnson Up 13 Among Independents, But AP Warns He's Losing There
Beware the liberal media trying to warn you of how Republicans are in trouble, and the Democrats are gaining momentum. An Associated Press story lined up five independent voters who said they wouldn't vote for Sen. Ron Johnson, but the latest Marquette poll has Sen. Johnson up two points among independents, and a later poll has him leading among independents by 13.
CCP-Tied TikTok Tinkers with Political Accounts 47 Days Pre-Midterms
Chinese Communist Party-tied TikTok is experimenting with its policies on political accounts just 47 days before the 2022 U.S. midterm elections.
NYT WHINES Social Media Needs EVEN MORE Election Censorship
Big Tech’s recent attempts to ramp up pre-election censorship are not restrictive enough for the leftist New York Times.
The View's 2024 Ticket? Gov. Newsom and Pretend-Gov. Abrams
Aside from so-called “Sunny Hostin” making racist attacks against former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley targeting her name and skin tone, The View also floated names of Democrats to be their nominee in 2024 on Tuesday. One potential ticket paring that got some vocal support from the cast was California Governor Gavin Newsom and Georgia’s pretend-Governor Stacey Abrams. And the former in…
Snap Snafu Lets Dem & GOP Orgs Tailor Ads to Wrong Audience
Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, claimed to have accidentally allowed Republican and Democrat firms to dip into each other’s target audiences for political ads.
PolitiFact Helper: Tim Ryan 'Mostly True,' J.D. Vance 'Mostly False'
On Saturday, PolitiFact's Twitter account hinted at how they're tilting their "fact-checking" in the Ohio Senate race. Tim Ryan is overwhelmingly True, and J.D. Vance is typically False.
Sunny FLIPS OUT Over Construction Workers Chanting 'Trump 2024!'
In another example of how mentally unstable she is on Friday, The View co-host Sunny Hostin flipped out because construction workers didn’t catcall, but rather chanted “Trump 2024! Trump 2024!” at her and fellow co-host Ana Navarro. She also used that as evidence to suggest upwards of 80 percent of Republicans would take up arms and overthrow the government if former President Trump…