On her MSNBC show, Joy Reid interviews Charlamagne Tha God, whose podcast interview with Joe Biden elicited the now notorious "you ain't black." Charlamagne says that Biden's apology was "cool," but what he really wants to know about is what Biden will do about reparations for black people.
In a tacit admission of how the Democratic Party thinks of the black community on Friday, presumptive nominee Joe Biden exclaimed that if a black person had to think about voting for him or President Trump, then their blackness was in question. By Sunday, NBC was tired of hearing the outrage at Biden’s blatantly racist remark with Sunday Today host Willie Geist huffing that Biden had to apologize for “two days,” and Political director Chuck Todd lamented that the former Vice President was being held to account at all.
CNN has been flouting journalistic ethics for weeks now as they allowed Chris “Fredo” Cuomo to interview his Democratic brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo almost weekly. Things came to a disgusting head during Wednesday’s edition of Cuomo PrimeTime when Chris thumbed his nose at bipartisan calls to investigate his brother’s disastrous mishandling of the outbreak in his state. Instead, he pulled out oversized, prop cotton swabs to mock how big his brother’s nose was.
NBC Nightly News may have been the lone network to dare report on how Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had forced nursing homes to take in COVID patients (and then deny them access to the state’s supply of personal protective equipment) last week, but come Wednesday, they were just as silent as ABC’s World News Tonight and CBS Evening News on reporting on calls to appoint outside counsel and investigate.
In an effort to aid presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in his struggle to campaign during the coronavirus crisis, MSNBC’s The Last Word hosted an hour-long interview/town hall special featuring the former Vice President and Stacey Abrams, who's been obsessive in her desire to be his running mate. Among the softball questions, slow-pitched to Biden was whether or not he would commit to not pardon President Trump of his crimes, and to describe how he would face the crisis on day one.
We now know that Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had been packing coronavirus patients into nursing homes for weeks, possibly killing untold numbers of people. But while he was doing that, his CNN host little brother, Chris “Fredo” Cuomo was lashing out at Florida and Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, suggesting they didn’t care about the lives of non-residents. Now, we know that New York’s handling of the crisis was a disaster while Florida faired pretty well.
In arguably his most toxic diatribe to date, CNN host Chris “Fredo” Cuomo ended Tuesday’s Cuomo PrimeTime by lashing out at Fox News in the vilest of ways: Falsely declaring that they were totally fine with 10,000 more Americans dying from the coronavirus.
Proving that the facts didn’t matter when the mission was to destroy President Trump and right-leaning media, CNN host Chris “Fredo” Cuomo raged at folks who cited reports and intelligence sources that suggested the coronavirus might have escaped a laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The Monday segment on Cuomo PrimeTime was filled with hyperbole, smears, and lies against those people, but Cuomo himself had once had “breaking news” reporting those same claims.
Denouncing it as “a path to disaster,” investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden’s Monday report for NBC Nightly News called out Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for forcing nursing homes in his state to take in coronavirus-positive patients just out of the hospital. On top of that, she pointed out how he had refused to give those facilities personal protective equipment (PPE). All of this, while ABC and CBS still refused to criticize their governor and bashed President Trump.
Has the pandemic caused the liberal media to lose whatever vestigial grip on reality it ever had? The question arises in light of a surreal conversation on today's Morning Joe between Mika Brzezinski and Eugene Robinson. The pair were discussing Robinson's latest Washington Post column, the gist of which is that Democrat campaign tactics are too nice, being based on "reason and fairness."
Sounding as though he was reading the talking points his Democratic governor brother handed to him, CNN host Chris “Fredo” Cuomo raged at President Trump during Wednesday’s PrimeTime, and suggested, “Increasingly, life seems to be getting pretty cheap in America.” And questioned if the Trump administration was still interested in saving lives. This from the guy who infected his family with the coronavirus after disregarding him quarantine restrictions.
It exposed just how warped their news judgment was. While America was still suffering from the coronavirus and with new symptoms appearing in children, CBS Evening News set aside time Wednesday to fawn for former First Lady Michelle Obama’s new documentary and hype Democratic calls to have her become Joe Biden’s running mate. There was no mention of the rape allegation against the presumptive Democratic nominee she would be working with.