PBS:AZ Abortion Ban Cuts off ‘Critical Release Valve,’ No More Fleeing

April 14th, 2024 8:02 AM

The PBS NewsHour led its Tuesday evening newscast with the week’s big issue: abortion, an issue of such apparent import (and perceived advantage to the Democratic Party in November) that both anchors took a crack at it. After a soundbite from Arizona’s Democratic Governor Katie Hobbs saying the “abortion ban is extreme and hurts women,” Bennett introduced journalist Carter Sherman, a…


PBS Touts Film About Being a Trans Man Embedded with the Taliban

April 11th, 2024 8:09 AM

PBS NewsHour may have some sort of quota to meet for the number of supportive stories they must file for the transgender lobby. On April 4, they touted a new documentary available on Amazon Prime and Apple TV under the headline "Documentary captures journalist’s gender transition while embedded with Taliban."


PBS NewsHour Uses Poll to Imply January 6 Energy of Trump Voters

April 7th, 2024 8:12 AM

In the Capehart & Brooks pundit segment on Friday's PBS NewsHour, anchor Amna Nawaz broke out the latest NPR/PBS poll showing Biden leading Trump 50-48. But Nawaz wanted the pundits to talk about their provocative question about violence being necessary, and how 28 percent of Republicans agreed. But what about other demographics?


PBS Pampers Whitmer, Talks of 'Fantasizing' About Her Replacing Biden

April 3rd, 2024 5:14 PM

The PBS NewsHour interviewed Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-Michigan) on Monday night, and the questions were soft. Anchor Amna Nawaz sounded like a worried Biden voter. She quoted New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg talking about how voters "fantasize" about Whitmer replacing Biden on the ticket this year.


PBS Blows ‘Bloodbath’:‘Latest Example of Trump Using Violent Rhetoric'

March 22nd, 2024 6:26 PM

By now everyone has heard that Donald Trump threatened U.S. democracy or something by predicting a “bloodbath” if he didn’t win election in November. (Trump didn’t actually do that, as we know: His “bloodbath” comment, delivered at a campaign rally in Ohio, referred to tariffs on Chinese electric cars potentially being made in Mexico, as a brief perusal of what Trump actually said at the rally…


Capehart Hails Schumer's 'Incredible Speech' Trashing Netanyahu

March 16th, 2024 9:45 AM

On Friday’s PBS NewsHour, Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart hailed Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s “incredible speech” where he trashed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as an obstacle to peace and called for new Israeli elections. His counterpart, New York Times columnist David Brooks, tried to have it both ways, claiming he agreed…

PBS Heads to Border for Immigration, But Skips Another B-Word (Biden)

March 14th, 2024 11:08 PM

PBS NewsHour co-anchor Amna Nawaz escaped her D.C.-based news studio and ran to the Arizona-Mexico border, filing from both sides of the border in three reports over three evenings. It makes sense for reporters to be on the scene of a flashpoint of a big election-year issue. Yet American electoral politics were completely absent from the three-day conversation, even as the…


Open Borders Media Turn Riley's Murder into 'Republicans Pounce' Story

March 1st, 2024 10:43 AM

The horrific murder of college student Laken Riley in Athens, Georgia last week has resulted in some of the most inhuman political coverage imaginable from our news media. Corporate journalists have spent the week wringing their hands about the resulting “backlash” against illegal aliens, and scoffing at Republicans for “seizing” on this tragedy — by calling for policy changes that could have…


PBS Takes On Fox, Liberal Prof Says You Can't Link Illegals to Crime

February 29th, 2024 3:46 PM

Tuesday evening’s PBS NewsHour covered last week’s brutal murder of a college student by an illegal immigrant on the campus of the University of Georgia. It began factually but descended into typical PBS left-wing apologia -- funded by taxpayers like you. The NewsHour aired tributes from the president of her sorority, then summarized the case in a forthright manner. But then…


PBS Anchor Wants Open-Borders Biden, Gets Reality Check from Brooks!

February 26th, 2024 11:41 AM

PBS NewsHour co-anchor Amna Nawaz worried out loud that Biden was leaning toward "very harsh" immigration policies -- Trump-like policies -- and that will hurt with "core groups" that got him elected in 2020. But New York Times columnist David Brooks gently disagreed, that Biden doesn't want a "bright line" on the border, since Trump is beating him by 39 points on immigration…

PBS Asks: Did a 'Nonbinary Bathroom Ban' Kill an Oklahoma Trans Teen?

February 24th, 2024 10:50 PM

Did a “nonbinary bathroom ban” kill an Oklahoma trans teen? That’s what tax-funded news wants you to think. The PBS NewsHour again demonstrated its fealty to “trans” issues in a Thursday evening story on the tragic case of Nex Benedict, a “non-binary” Oklahoma student who died mysteriously one day after a fight in a school restroom. Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill…


PBS Anchor Pounces on Polish PM's Tweet to Rebuke GOP: 'Shame on You!'

February 13th, 2024 10:52 PM

Shame on the Republican Party! That was the message from Washington Week with The Atlantic panelist (and PBS NewsHour co-anchor) Amna Nawaz on Friday’s show. Nawaz, who doesn’t exactly hide her liberal leanings as anchor, was even more freewheeling from her novel perch around public television’s weekly political roundtable, using as anti-Republican ammunition the words of….…


PBS: Biden Special Counsel Was Performing for 'MAGA Republicans'

February 11th, 2024 6:11 PM

The PBS NewsHour Friday followed up its ridiculously supportive story Thursday evening on mentally declining President Joe Biden who held a presser to lash out at a damning special counsel report documenting his false statements about how he treated classified documents, as well as documenting his problems remembering important events. Thursday night's program featured, as its expert…


'Over The Line': PBS Condemns 'Gratuitous' Hur Report On Biden's Age

February 10th, 2024 10:04 AM

Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart and New York Times columnist David Brooks joined PBS NewsHour host Amna Nawaz on Friday to recap the week’s biggest stories, including Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report that claimed he could not win a conviction in President Joe Biden’s classified documents case because a jury would view him as a sympathetic old…