Our Narrative Is 'News,' So Any Challenge to It Is 'Misleading'
At one time, the "news media" tried to give us something like just-the-facts journalism. But today they give us a liberal narrative and expect us to accept it as "news." Anything less than the liberal narrative is "misleading" or "false."
MSNBC's Melber Struggles To Defend Network's Mueller, COVID Reporting
HBO Real Time host Bill Maher was discussing Fox News and its lawsuit with Dominion on Friday with MSNBC’s The Beat host Ari Melber when he asked if MSNBC also simply tells its viewers what it wants to hear, “Can you honestly say MSNBC doesn't do some of that?”
Obama Warns About ‘Raw Sewage’ of Disinformation — Ignores Dem Garbage
In the wake of the “Twitter Files,” let’s revisit former President Barack Obama’s warning last April about the spread of misinformation: “You just have to flood a country’s public square with enough raw sewage. You just have to raise enough questions, spread enough dirt, plant enough conspiracy theorizing that citizens no longer know what to believe.”
Adam Carolla: Rob Reiner Is a ‘Useful Idiot’
Adam Carolla had so much fun playing an August clip from “Real Time with Bill Maher” last year he played it again this week.
Column: The Latest Collapse of Collusion Conspiracies
When the “breaking news” on the phantom of Russian collusion breaks now, does anyone notice? Blink and you’ll miss The Washington Post report on “A study finds minimal impact from Russian influence operations on Twitter in the Trump-Clinton presidential race.”
Twitter Files Expose Dems Pressuring Twitter on Russia Collusion Hoax
Democrats pushed Twitter to support the Russia-Trump collusion hoax without evidence, as per the revelations in Thursday's newest batch of Twitter Files. The accusations of “Russia collusion” (“Russiagate”) against then-President Donald Trump turned out to be lies, but that didn’t stop Democrats from pushing the accusations.
Fight! PBS Pundits Hotly Disagree on a New Special Counsel for Trump
The Friday night "Week In Review" pundits on the PBS NewsHour had an actual disagreement, with Jonathan Capehart scribbling furiously during the more conservative half of the debate. The lead topic was Attorney General Merrick Garland naming another special counsel to hound Donald Trump.
NYT: Failed Mueller Probe Noble, Durham’s Mere ‘Fodder for Grievances'
New York Times legal reporter Charlie Savage and the paper’s official fact-checker Linda Qiu teamed up on Wednesday’s front page to cover the acquittal of Igor Danchenko for lying to the FBI in “Russian Analyst for Trump Dossier Acquitted of Lying to the FBI.” For the Times, it was a golden opportunity to again bash special counsel John Durham’s investigation into how the FBI…
The 1/6 Pelosi Publicists Have Barely Noticed the John Durham Probe
ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and NPR are all expected to air live coverage of the last hearing of the Pelosi-picked panel investigating the January 6 riot. This is the ninth hearing (two of them in prime time) that these networks have provided hours of free publicity to Pelosi and the Democrats, who are using today's hearing to raise funds in the midterms. Meanwhile, all of them are ignoring special…
Reporters Insist: We Don't Have Bias or Double Standards
Under stern questioning from a caller about the media obsession with Russian collusion on C-SPAN's Washington Journal on Tuesday, USA Today White House correspondent Joey Garrison and Bloomberg congressional reporter Jarrell Dillard insisted they try to hold all politicians accountable and don't have biased double standards.
NY Times: Durham's Just Investigating 'Conspiracy Theories'
The New York Times, which pushed special investigator Robert Mueller’s investigation into allegations of Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government that proved illusory, is reveling in the acquittal of a Democratic operative in special counsel’s John Durham inquiry (an inquiry into “conspiracy theories,” according to Savage) into the possibly corrupted origins of Mueller’s…
Avlon Gloats Over Sussmann Verdict in Irony-Rich 'Reality Check'
If you ever feel like being lectured by someone who thinks you have the mental capacity of a toddler, look no further than CNN’s John Avlon. On Wednesday’s New Day, Avlon decided to use his five-minute monologue Reality Check to gloat over the acquittal of Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann and ironically tout CNN as “reality-based media” as opposed to “partisan media…
Another Big Story the Press Missed
WASHINGTON -- The day after Robby Mook, the head of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign for the presidency, implicated her at the top of a conspiracy to link Donald Trump in 2016 with a Russian bank, I could find no mention of it in the leading newspapers of the Republic, save The Wall Street Journal. The Journal covered Mook's testimony in a federal courtroom quite well.
Nets Ignore MASSIVE Durham Trial Bombshell on Fake Trump-Russia Ties
The trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann took a shocking turn Friday when Clinton 2016 campaign manager Robby Mook revealed on the stand that Hillary Clinton herself greenlighted the leaking to a reporter of what they insisted was the possibility of ties between the Trump Organization and the Kremlin-friendly Alfa Bank. And, as has been the case with the Sussmann…