PBS Host, Journalism Dean Agree Black Cops Inspired by White Supremacy
Wednesday’s Amanpour & Co. opened with a long interview with Jelani Cobb, dean of Columbia University's Journalism School and a New Yorker staff writer. Cobb, who leads a school for future journalists, forwarded the wild argument that the five black police officers who killed Tyre Nichols could have been motivated by self-hatred, having internalizing “white supremacy.”…
Convicted Rapist Winslow Says CTE Made Him Do It
The football made me do it!
Racializing the Death of a Black Man by the Police, Part I
It became national, indeed, international news that five Memphis police officers grabbed, punched, beat, pepper-sprayed and stun-gunned a black suspect, named Tyre Nichols, who later died at the hospital. A picture of him in his hospital bed showing his swollen, battered and bloodied face went viral on social media.
When Black Police Officers Kill a Black Man, That’s White Supremacy
This week, tape emerged from Memphis, Tennessee of five black police officers engaging in the beating of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old black man. Nichols was pulled over for reckless driving according to the officers; they ordered him to get on the ground and to give them his hands; he did not comply and instead began to run. When the officers caught up with him, they pummeled him, complete with…
PBS NewsHour Special Pushes Liberal Line on Guns, American Racism
As PBS NewsHour special on survivors of gun-related violence squeezed in a liberal agenda. Interviewees claimed the media thinks mass shootings involving whites are a national issue, but when it's blacks, nobody cares: "The media often neglects to illuminate black suffering in similar ways and to provide attention that's given to it almost as if you deserve to be shot, right?"
PBS: Black Memphis Cops Showed ‘Anti-Black Racism’ in Deadly Beating
Wesley Lowery, a former Washington Post reporter who covers police issues and race, appeared on PBS’s news roundup Washington Week Friday to talk about the brutal killing of Tyre Nichols at the hands of police after a traffic stop in Memphis, and both he and the emotional show host Yamiche Alcindor insisted anti-black racism was so widespread in America that it…
Journos Demand Minority Chief of Staff, Cops Having ‘Violence’ in DNA
Friday’s White House press briefing saw more hardballs about President Biden’s documents scandal, but also plenty of eye-rolling questions lobbying for a female person of color to become White House chief of staff, how Biden processes racial tensions, whether “the culture of policing” has “a comfort with violence and” implants inside the minds of police officers “an entitlement to use violence…
Top CBS Morning, Evening Shows Ignore Anti-Cop Riot in Atlanta
Late Saturday night, Atlanta, Georgia was beset by the latest riot by Antifa and far-left thugs as they set a police car on fire, shot explosives at a police building, and caused property destruction. All told, six have been arrested so far and charged with domestic terrorism. And despite nearly four minutes of coverage on Sunday’s Face the Nation, CBS’s flagship morning and evening…
PBS Touts Liberal Activist's Attack on Gun 'Mania' in U.S.
On Wednesday's PBS NewsHour, the show devoted a segment to allowing a gun control activist to promote federal laws to control how gun owners store firearms in their own homes, picking up on recent cases of small children gaining access to the guns of their parents.
MSNBC's Sharpton Defends Tawana Brawley Rape Accusation Hoax on PBS
Appearing as a guest on the latest episode of PBS's Firing Line, MSNBC host Al Sharpton let it be known that he has not backed down from his infamous claims from 1987 that a teenage black girl was raped by several NYPD cops, which was ultimately found to be a hoax by a grand jury.
Black Man Dies Following His Arrest — Examine the Media Coverage
A black man from Washington, D.C., named Keenan Anderson resisted arrest while visiting Los Angeles. To subdue him, Los Angeles police officers tased him several times. He later died of cardiac arrest at a hospital. He was also a cousin of Black Lives Matter cofounder Patrisse Cullors.
PBS Blames GOP for Both Republican and Democratic Political Shootings!
Failed New Mexico politician Solomon Pena, who lost his race for a state House seat in November but refused to concede, has been arrested for allegedly hiring four men to shoot up the houses of local Democratic politicians (thankfully no one was hurt). The PBS NewsHour spent 10 minutes covering Pena, and prominently noted his support for Trump and Pena referring to himself as a “MAGA…
Networks Ignore D.C. Softening Penalties for Violent Criminals
On Tuesday, Fox News’ Special Report covered the dangerous pro-criminal “criminal justice reform” bill that was vetoed by Washington D.C. Democrat Mayor Muriel Bowser and subsequently overridden by the Democrat controlled counsel. In the so-called reforms, crimes warranting “mandatory minimum sentences will be invalid except for first-degree murder and those behind bars who’ve served…
Machete Attack: Lemon Asks First for Suspect's Condition—Not the Cops
On CNN This Morning, co-host Don Lemon, discussing the New Year's Eve machete attack on three NYC police officers, seems more concerned about the suspect's condition. He asks the reporter: "Do we know anything about the suspect's condition? I mean, the officers' condition, I should say?"