MSNBC's 31 MINUTES of Softballs for Kamala: No COVID. No Tara Reade

August 14th, 2020 4:12 PM

To call the first interview with Kamala Harris as a vice presidential candidate a softball would be an insult to softball interviews. MSNBC on Friday aired, uninterrupted, new contributor Errin Haines talking to Harris for 31 minutes solid. This is the same networks that aired just three percent of Donald Trump’s campaign kickoff speech. Haines ignored dealing with COVID…

Here’s the WORST Moments from MSNBC’s America-Hating Rushmore Coverage

July 4th, 2020 8:26 PM

MSNBC debased itself Friday night with a vile display of hatred for America, the Constitution (except the freedom of the press), the Declaration of Independence, the Founding Fathers, and positive celebrations of both where the country has been and where we hope to go. Led by The Beat host Ari Melber, it was a despicable 103 minutes of venom, filled with calls to go beyond Confederate…

Real AP Headline: 'Trump Staff Picks 'Injustice to America''

November 21st, 2016 11:15 PM
It's hardly a secret that establishment press news organizations have had a hard time coping with the reality that Donald Trump is this nation's President-Elect. Having worked so zealously in their failed effort to push Hillary Clinton over the finish line while abandoning all remnants of journalistic standards, the Associated Press and its reporters appear to be among the hardest hit.…

WashPost Gears Up Spin Machine for 2013 Va. Governor's Race: GOP Candi

November 29th, 2012 5:56 PM
The same newspaper that succeeded in felling Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) with its constant drumbeat of the "macaca" kerfuffle and which tried but failed to scuttle Bob McDonnell's 2009 run for Virginia governor with Thesisgate is ginning up its spin operation in service of the Democrats once again, looking forward 11 months into the future with the 2013 gubernatorial election in the…

AP Searches on Trayvon Martin: One Vague Quote About Bounty, No Mentio

March 26th, 2012 7:20 PM
A search on Travyvon Martin's name (not in quotes) at the Associated Press's main national site at 7 p.m. returned 37 items. A search on "Trayvon Martin bounty" (also not in quotes) returned one item. Here is the relevant section of the related story by Jennifer Kay and Errin Haines, way down in Paragraphs 13 and 14:

In Coverage of Cain's Candidacy, AP's Haines Has Strange Definitions o

July 3rd, 2011 11:55 PM
Yesterday, Tim Graham at NewsBusters did an excellent job of addressing a key aspect of a report submitted by Associated Press reporter Errin Haines, who is African-American, of the presidential campaign of Herman Cain, who is also African-American. Haines questioned "voters' ability to look past his skin color and perceive him as a serious candidate." Herman Cain attended the…

AP Reporter: Herman Cain Needs Voters to 'Look Past His Skin Color And

July 2nd, 2011 12:41 PM
AP reporter Errin Haines couldn't possibly think that being black makes you an un-serious presidential candidate. She's black. But that was the mysterious echo in her (mostly positive) story on GOP contender Herman Cain. Perhaps she meant that a black Republican can't possibly be anything more than a token or a gimmick? Her third paragraph: Already losing some of his cachet to tea…