Conservatives & Republicans
Dinner Leads to Salon Labeling All Rightwingers as White Supremacists
Salon’s Amanda Marcotte is on to you, Republicans. She can see right inside your pasty white scalps and into your racist brains. She knows you’d be fine with Trump dining with white supremacists, as long as it did not hurt your election chances. As part of that, she had a piece out titled “Republicans don't care that Trump's a white supremacist — just that he's indiscreet about it.”
MSNBC's Ruhle Suggests GOP is Party of Racists & Anti-Semites
On MSNBC's low-rated show The 11th Hour, host Stephanie Ruhle during a segment on former President Donald Trump's dinner with white supremacist Nick Fuentes and anti-Semite and degenerate rapper Kanye West, Ruhle decided to smear the entire Republican Party by suggesting they are the party of racists and anti-Semites despite the fact that Republicans from all corners of the party have…
CNN Implies Republicans Are the Party of Anti-Semitism, Hate Crimes
CNN’s Inside Politics host John King has long been seen as one of the more even-keeled CNN mainstays, but when he has an itch, he becomes just as partisan as the rest. Such was the case Monday when he and his panel used former President Trump’s brazen dining with virulent racists and anti-Semites Kanye West and Nick Fuentes and the GOP response as proof that the party is content with…
NY Times Defines GOP Extremism: Owning Guns, Not Voting for Cheney
A long, overheated New York Times Sunday editorial, “The Republican Party and the Scourge of Extremist Violence,” was part of the paper’s hysterical editorial series The Danger Within, condescendingly “urging readers to understand the danger of extremist violence.” (Translated from Times-speak: “Keep voting Democrat!”)
NYT Repelled by New ‘Deeply Conservative’ Congress ‘Bedeviling' Biden
The New York Times delivered a cold housewarming greeting to the incoming Republican-controlled House of Representatives in Saturday’s “Meet the House Republicans Who Will Wield Power in the New Congress.” Reporters Catie Edmondson, Luke Broadwater, and Emily Cochrane made it clear what they thought of the incoming GOP, as an unwelcome disruptor of the poor put-upon Democratic…
On Fox, Jonathan Swan Says Republicans 'Still Fear' Criticizing Trump
On Fox News Sunday, Jonathan Swan, who is about to move from Axios to the New York Times, says that "there actually haven't been that many prominent Republicans who have come out against Trump" in the wake of his dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes. Swan says, "there is still a fear among Republicans, even ones who want to oppose him potentially in 2024, that Trump still commands a…
NYT Accuses Gun Rights Advocates of Brandishing to Shut Down Debate
In a Saturday article headlined “At Protests, Guns Are Doing the Talking,” New York Times investigative reporter Mike McIntire accuses gun rights advocates with “a right-wing agenda” of “increasingly using open-carry laws to intimidate opponents and shut down debate” at protests, gatherings, and public meetings. There’s a legal term for what he’s describing and it’s called “…
CNN Is Mute as Biden Still Doesn't Understand 'Semi-Automatic Weapons'
CNN airs a clip of President Biden saying, "The idea we still allow semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick." Host Don Lemon does nothing to correct Biden's misunderstanding of the meaning of "semi-automatic weapons."
Krugman Cries GOP Will ‘Undermine’ Biden’s ‘Successful Governance’
New York Times economics columnist Paul Krugman has a knack for propping up President Joe Biden's atrocious economy at the expense of making himself look foolish.
PBS Blames DeSantis, 'Right-Wing Influencers' For Colorado Shooting
A Thursday interview of Equality Florida press secretary Brandon Wolf by PBS Amanpour and Company’s Hari Sreenivasan was taped before the revelation that the Colorado Springs shooter identifies as non-binary, but that is not an excuse for blaming Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and “right-wing influencers” for motivating others to commit or threaten to commit acts of violence.
Ruhle Skips New Colorado Evidence, Labels Rush King Of Misinformation
As its name suggests, MSNBC’s The 11th Hour airs at 11:00 Eastern, which on Tuesday was well after the bombshell report that the Colorado Springs shooter identifies as non-binary. Still, host Stephanie Ruhle wondered how to combat conservatives who are “dehumanizing” anyone who isn’t a white heterosexual. Later, irony died as she labeled Rush Limbaugh ‘the king” of misinformation.
The View Defends Ilhan Omar’s U.S. Hate: A 'Different Understanding'
Up in arms that possible House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) promised to strip extremist Democrats of their committee assignments when/if he becomes speaker of the House, including Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, The View took to downplaying her rabid anti-Semitism on Tuesday and giving a full-throated defense of her anti-American comments comparing the United States to terrorist…
CNN: U.S. Is 'Racist, Sexist, Homophobic, Islamophobic, Anti-Semitic'
As part of a larger CNN Tonight panel discussion on the Colorado Springs gay nightclub shooting, former NYPD detective Tom Verni declared the United States to be a “racist, sexist, homophobic, Islamophobic, anti-Semitic country.” Neither host Alisyn Camerota nor any of Verni’s co-panelists bothered to raise objections to this broad denunciation of over 300 million people.