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…


Brooks Suggests Voting For Trump Makes Pro-Lifers Hypocritical

April 13th, 2024 10:00 AM

Donald Trump may have disappointed pro-life activists with his embrace of a federalist stance on abortion, but with President Joe Biden being a far-left abortion zealot, they will still vote for him. For New York Times columnist David Brooks on Friday’s PBS NewsHour, however, this is just another instance of “the power of Trump” and “above some of the core convictions.”


PBS Host Favorably Quotes Trump to Own a Florida Pro-Life Leader!

April 5th, 2024 5:34 PM

On Tuesday, PBS NewsHour interviewed a pro-life activist. But that’s not the term anchor Geoff Bennett wanted to use. He said "anti-abortion" over and over. He also favorably quoted Donald Trump saying a six-week abortion ban as "a terrible thing and a terrible mistake." 


CREEPY Capehart Lusts for Letitia James to Take Over Trump Tower!

March 25th, 2024 6:26 AM

On Friday's PBS NewsHour, Washington Post columnist and MSNBC weekend host Jonathan Capehart talked up Donald Trump's half-billion dollar civil fine and said "I would love to see the A.G., the New York attorney general" seize Trump Tower," because "it would be the most tangible sign" for Trump "that you have been held accountable."

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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…

PBS: Crackdown on DEI's 'Chilling Effect’ on Black Female Academics

March 17th, 2024 5:49 PM

Thursday’s edition of the PBS NewsHour featured another way for the taxpayer-supported news outlet to section off certain subjects from balanced discussion -- a “Race Matters” segment on the alleged struggles black women face in academia, had no dissenting voices, just the host and the guest agonizing over the purported problem. The story was driven by the suicide of a college…


Sad: PBS's Denial of Biden’s ‘Illegal’ Apology; 'Corrects' Trump Claim

March 12th, 2024 8:52 PM

The Monday evening edition of the PBS NewsHour featured a spicier-than-usual “Politics Monday” segment with NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Cook of the Cook Political Report, both seeing a more favorable issue landscape for President Joe Biden. But it was co-anchor Geoff Bennett that sucked up to Biden the most.

PBS: US 'Safety Net' Not Generous Enough: 60% Americans Have Been Poor

March 8th, 2024 7:11 PM

The PBS NewsHour launched a new series Monday, “America’s Safety Net,” taking a long-term historical view of welfare programs (spoiler: there’s not nearly enough of it). Yes, the taxpayer-supported show is advocating for more taxpayer funding of the so-called safety net. Anchor Geoff Bennett kicked off the series with an overview beginning in 1935 with Franklin Roosevelt signing the…


State-Run TV: Pre-State of the Union Softballs for KJP on PBS

March 7th, 2024 11:18 AM

The PBS NewsHour was friendly territory for Biden press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday night. PBS anchor Geoff Bennett and Jean-Pierre were both MSNBC regulars a few years back. The whole interview sounded like a Democrat strategy session. How does Biden use this speech to beat Trump? It's allegedly a speech appealing for "unity," but it's a campaign speech?


Brooks Rains On PBS's Desire To Blame Trump For Border Crisis

March 2nd, 2024 10:10 AM

There is something about the border crisis that has caused New York Times columnist David Brooks to remember that he is supposed to be the conservative half of PBS NewsHour’s Friday Brooks and Capehart weekly recap segment. After previously batting down the idea that President Biden needs to move left on the issue, he rebutted the idea that Biden is doing his best to solve…


Capehart Tries To Blame Trump For Putin Murdering Alexei Navalny

February 17th, 2024 9:50 AM

After outspoken Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny was murdered on Friday, Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart joined PBS NewsHour to claim that former President Donald Trump “emboldened” Putin and clearly looks forward to a Trump win in November.


PBS Dismisses Biden's Documents, Memory With Yale Prof (Biden Donor!)

February 9th, 2024 10:54 AM

On Thursday's PBS NewsHour, the taxpayer-funded newscast labored to dismiss the special counsel's report on Biden's misuse of classified documents as nothing like Donald Trump's misuse, and turned to a Yale Law professor named Oona Hathaway to explain why no one should care about this. Here's one way to know PBS rigged it: Hathaway donated $1500 to Biden in 2020, $1500 to Obama in…

PBS NewsHour Backs Biden on 'Incredibly Consequential' Border Bill

February 8th, 2024 10:46 AM

As a controversial border security bill is held up in Congress, President Joe Biden is claiming he’s done all he can to keep the southern border secure, blaming Trump and Republicans in Congress for border woes. Yet even liberally slanted Politifact noted Biden ended President Trump’s "Remain in Mexico" program that required some asylum seekers to remain in Mexico while awaiting their…


PBS, NPR Fawn Over Clyburn Without Mentioning Biden's Dem Challengers

February 4th, 2024 8:29 AM

On Friday night, both NPR and PBS rolled out their red carpets for South Carolina Congressman Jim Clyburn to talk about the Democrat presidential primary season officially beginning in his state -- NPR offered eight minutes, PBS seven. Nowhere in those 15 minutes did either the hosts or the guest mention that President Biden had any primary opposition. The names Dean Phillips and Marianne…