That Gallup Poll Doesn’t Say What CNN’s Cillizza ‘Thinks’ It Does
CNN Politics Reporter Chris Cillizza threw cold water on a newly released Gallup Poll that showed a clear majority (56%) of U.S. registered voters feel better off under President Donald Trump than they did under President Barack Obama.
CNN's Cillizza Spins Democrat's 'Sexting' Scandal a Bit Too Early
In his absurd eagerness to always be spinning in favor of a Democrat (never a Republican) involved in an election campaign, CNN's resident prognosticator Chris Cillizza with a history of often hilarious errors, spun himself into a corner on Tuesday concerning the Cal Cunningham sexting scandal which has blown up into something much more serious.
CNN's Cillizza Sides with Atlantic Tale, Skips Over the Moustache Man
CNN's Chris Cillizza hyped the Atlantic magazine smear upon President Donald Trump on Friday (updated on Saturday) in "Here's the problem for Donald Trump with the Atlantic story." Well, to paraphrase that title, here's the problem for Chris Cillizza with the Atlantic story: it never even mentioned the one very prominent non-anonymous source that came forward to…
CNN's Cillizza: Trump Labeling 'Protests' as 'Riots' Shows Desperation
CNN's Chris Cillizza might have outdone himself over the past weekend. Although he has long had a reputation for extreme silliness, his analysis about President Donald Trump identifying what are obviously riots as "riots" rather than "protests" are a sign of "desperation" according to Cillizza. What makes Cillizza's observation particularly absurd is that the picture at the top of his…
Cillizza Repeats Bad 2016 Prediction, Trump 'Rapidly Slipping Away'
If you boldly make an incredibly embarrassing prediction that turns out to be horribly wrong, wouldn't you prefer not to make that same mistake again? Most normal people would avoid repeating that error. However, CNN's Chris Cillizza revisited his 2016 electoral prediction and renewed it for 2020.
Liberal Media Suddenly Love Republican-Loathing George Will
Washington Post columnist George Will is just another pseudo-conservative pundit in the Bezos bubble, like Jennifer Rubin. Liberal outlets like CNN and NPR delighted in his column recommended Senate Republicans "must be routed" in November for their "Vichyite collaboration" with the apparent Nazi president of the United States. He also compared them to affection-starved dogs. What a…