PBS Roundtable Hails Haley, But GOP ‘Emboldened to Say Racist Things'
It’s clear who would win PBS’s vote for the Republican Party nomination: Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who in the first GOP presidential debate bowed to “reality” by declaring a federal law against abortion a non-starter. Washington Week host Laura Barron-Lopez and NPR reporter Domenico Montanaro accused Tea Party activists and Tea Party rally attendees of racist thought,…
CNN Goes Negative on Tea Party in Retrospective
In the latest installment of CNN's special series on the 2010s, from Sunday, the liberal news network devoted an hour to recalling prominent political movements that occurred during the decade. The network was true to form in putting a positive spin on left-wing protests but made sure to try to undermine right-wing activism. The special also employed many freshly recorded clips of liberal…
PBS Doc Reduces Tea Party Opposition To Obama To Racism, Bigotry
For the third episode of Iconic America, PBS explored the history and meaning of the Gadsden Flag and during the portion covering the Tea Party protests during the Obama era, the assorted cast sought to reduce those protests to racists and other bigots.
CBS, NBC Blame ‘Far-Right Extremism,’ Tea Party Wave for Pelosi Attack
Tuesday’s CBS Mornings and NBC’s Today followed up their attempts Monday to smear tens of millions of conservatives and Republicans as responsible for Friday’s brutal attack on Paul Pelosi by insisting the suspect was engaged in “far-right extremism” and tied to both the Tea Party movement and the 2010 GOP wave.
Brian Williams Admits Press Are in a Liberal Bubble, Out of Touch
On Friday's The 11th Hour, for about 30 seconds, Brian Williams did something that is rare for him and other journalists to do as he admitted that the national news media live in a liberal bubble, mostly interact with others who are in the same bubble, and are therefore out of touch with a mostly red country.
NY Times Still Sees Fear of a Black President in Tea Party Movement
The New York Times uncovered one reason President Biden isn’t facing his own “Tea Party” protest movement: Racism. Saturday's “Why Biden Hasn’t Faced a Second Coming of the Tea Party” claimed the Tea Party was built on racial backlash against Barack Obama: "The Tea Party was driven more by anxiety and resentment over a demographically changing country that had just elected its first…
SICK: NY Times Smears Tea Party as Precursor to QAnon Conspiracy
New York Times tech reporter Kevin Roose smeared the Tea Party by comparing it to the nutty QAnon conspiracists on Friday’s front page: “Far Right to Election Night: QAnon Gaining at Ballot Box.” The jump-page text box underlined the offensive comparison: “Two movements with similar roots on conservative fringes.” According to the conservative-hostile Roose, there are "more parallels…
Column: Big-City Rioting Is No Tea Party Protest
Few subjects more easily betray aggressive media bias than protests. Conservative protests are ignored, or scorned as "ugly." Leftist protests (and rioting) are defended, even when it turns violent. The media have the audacity to pretend they're our referees.
Seth Meyers Slams 'Conservative Movement' as a 'Fraud'
NYT Whining Trump Won't Play Dictator: 'Ceding...Leadership' on Virus
Acosta, Blitzer TRASH Americans Weary of Lockdowns, Cover for Lefties
Liberal media elites sure don’t seem to have a problem with life-crippling stay-at-home orders stretching through 2020 into 2021 and 2022, do they? On Friday’s Situation Room, CNN host Wolf Blitzer and chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta griped about how President Trump would not only acknowledge the mental toll that they’ve taken on the American people, but not denouncing those voicing…