MSNBC Claim SCOTUS, Religious Liberty Ignores Dignity Of 'Millions'
Slate senior editor and legal correspondent Dahlia Lithwick joined MSNBC The 11th Hour host Stephanie Ruhle on Monday to recap the day’s Supreme Court oral arguments in case over whether someone can be compelled to provide services for same-sex weddings in violation of their religious beliefs. Lithwick was dismayed at the idea, accusing the Court of relying on “dumb hypotheticals” and…
Mitchell Mourns 'Last Truly Great Day In The Supreme Court'
MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell welcomed Slate senior legal correspondent Dahlia Lithwick onto her Friday show to promote her new book is Lady Justice: Women, the Law and the Battle to Save America and to declare that “many women” have questions about the legitimacy of the Supreme Court and mourn “the last truly great day in the Supreme Court.”
Self-Styled Catholic MSNBC Host Accuses Court of Imposing Catholicism
Maria Teresa Kumar is a self-proclaimed Catholic and former member of the board of Planned Parenthood. She was also the Saturday guest host of MSNBC’s Velshi where she accused the Supreme Court of implementing Catholicism across the country after it struck down Roe v. Wade.
MSNBC Mourns 'Very Dark Day in America' After Roe Falls
Even by MSNBC standards, the network’s reaction to the downfall of Roe v. Wade was extreme as they mourned this “very dark day in America.”
Slate Complains WaPo ‘Spotlighting Disturbing Alternative’ to Abortion
In light of the state banning abortions once an unborn baby’s heartbeat can be detected in September, The Washington Post published two articles this week that profiled Texas women who run Christian, pro-life charities. To many pro-lifers, it was surprising and welcome coverage of the good works of a crisis pregnancy center and a maternity ranch, Catholic and evangelical, respectively…
MSNBC Panel MELTS DOWN Over Barrett Nomination
On Saturday night’s American Voices, MSNBC host Alicia Menendez melted down with Slate senior editor and legal correspondent Dahlia Lithwick, civil rights attorney Maya Wiley, and Rewire News Group senior editor Imani Gandy over President Trump nominating Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Stelter: 'List of Potentially Impeachable Conduct Grows...Every Week'
CNN host Brian Stelter opened Sunday’s edition of Reliable Sources with a discussion about the “I” word: “impeachment.” Stelter argued that “President Trump is winning the messaging war about impeachment.” Echoing the talking points Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick made on the show two weeks ago, Stelter claimed that “the list of potentially impeachable conduct grows longer every week.”