On Saturday's Velshi show, as MSNBC host Ali Velshi again used the coronavirus pandemic to promote an increase in welfare and socialism in the U.S., MSNBC contributor Eddie Glaude made time to go all the way back to the Ronald Reagan administration as he complained about an "ideology" "that has demonized poor people" for decades.
A recent report by Chris Stewart has shed new light on some of the educational problems faced by black youth. The report is titled "The Secret Shame: How America's Most Progressive Cities Betray Their Commitment to Educational Opportunity for All." Stewart is a self-described liberal and CEO of Brightbeam, a nonprofit network of education activists who want to hold progressive political leaders accountable. The report asks, "So how do we explain outstandingly poor educational results for minority children in San Francisco -- which also happens to be one of the wealthiest cities in the country?"
The much-anticipated new Hulu production based on the bestselling book by Celeste Ng, Little Fires Everywhere, debuted with a 3-episode release on Wednesday, and while the book had some political tones, the show is saturated with a liberal agenda.
The March 22 episode of NCIS: New Orleans, “Biased,” featured a white officer shooting an unarmed black man, and boy, was it a doozy. The action begins right off the bat, when NOPD Officer Ted Bradley is in pursuit of a burglar, Gerald Young, when he follows Young to a party attended exclusively by African Americans.
On Joy Reid's MSNBC show, ex-Republican Kurt Bardella claims that because Pres. Trump uses the term "Chinese virus," Asians "can't go on the subway without being attacked. They can't go to school without being attacked."
After Friday's White House coronavirus press conference, Andrea Mitchell and MSNBC national security analyst Jeremy Bash decried alleged instances of race-baiting and xenophobia from President Trump and Secretary of State Pompeo and claimed it was they who were provoking international tensions during a time when the world should be coming together.
While Americans are suffering as people lose their jobs due to the economic impact of the coronavirus, ABC journalists continue showcasing how they care more about President Trump using politically correct terms. Just one day after ABC’s White House correspondent Cecilia Vega badgered “racist” Trump during Wednesday’s press conference, Nightline host JuJu Chang tied his use of the term “Chinese virus” to an alleged “rise in outbreaks of racism” and violence against Asian Americans.
On Wednesday's Deadline: White House on MSNBC, fill-in host John Heilemann joined in on the pettiness of some journalists claiming that it is "racist" for President Donald Trump to accurately acknowledge that the coronavirus infections first appeared in China by calling it the "Chinese virus."
While the communist Chinese government was busy cranking out deceitful propaganda claiming the coronavirus had originated in the United States, CNN’s Chris Cuomo spent part of his Wednesday night show scolding President Trump for calling it the “Chinese Virus.” He even suggested that top health officials don’t call it that “because it could have come from anywhere.”
Communist China knew about the coronavirus for months and wasted critical time trying to silence those who tried to warn the world. But broadcast networks ABC and NBC seemed intent to help the Chinese propaganda machine cover up those facts on Wednesday as they insisted President Trump was being “racist” by calling it the “Chinese Virus”. ABC White House correspondent Cecilia Vega even insinuated Trump was trying to unfairly shift blame onto the communists.
The New York Times spent $2 million on an advertisement during the Oscars broadcast in February promoting their "1619 Project." But on March 11, the Times felt pressed to publish an “update,” a “clarification” on this grand, brand-building project. It was based on the idea that slavery was “one primary reason the colonists fought the American Revolution.” It seems their point was not true. To imply that all of the American colonists were passionate advocates of slavery would be a jarring smear.
We've all witnessed the shocking scenes of racists attacking Asian-Americans, accusing them of responsibility for the coronavirus! Oh, wait: we've seen no such thing. But that didn't stop MSNBC political analyst Karine Jean-Pierre from MoveOn.org from spouting off late Monday afternoon that talking about the coronavirus as "Chinese virus" (as President Trump has) was not only racist, but places Asian-American "lives at risk" for having spoken as such. The horror!