PBS Asks Stelter If He'd Work At Fox? Only If It's Hour of FACTS!
At the end of another softball interview on public broadcasting, PBS host Judy Woodruff unexpectedly asked CNN host Brian Stelter if he'd ever work at Fox News. Stelter ducked, but said "if anybody at Fox could peel off an hour where it's all about fact-checking, all about being as accurate as possible, then there should be room for that." Hilarious.
PBS Pundits Agree Democrats Are in Trouble on 'Law and Order'
Something surprising happened on Friday’s PBS NewsHour. Both pundits agreed the Democrats are in trouble of standing on the wrong side of looting and rioting.
PBS Host Pelts Trump Aide with Hardballs, But Easy-Peasy on Biden Aide
On Thursday night, PBS anchor Judy Woodruff hammered top Trump aide Mark Meadows with hardballs, that the Republicans are mercilessly exaggerating Biden as some sort of socialist....as if liberal journalists don't exaggerate Donald Trump into a lunatic extremist and racist who's a danger to democracy. Last week, Biden's deputy campaign manager was pitched softball questions.
PBS Story Blurs Candace Owens with Extremists Who Killed a Black Cop
Friday's PBS NewsHour ran a report promoting the leftist campaign to boycott Facebook because it allows viral content liberals don't like. But PBS really went too far this time, conflating a recent video by conservative activist Candace Owens with a couple of members of an extremist group who murdered a law enforcement officer, Dave Underwood.
On PBS, David Brooks Praises the 'Jefferson Project' of Never-Trumpers
On Friday night's PBS NewsHour, David Brooks gaffes, calls the Lincoln Project of ex-McCain advisers the "Jefferson Project." He claims THEY are conservatives, Trump is merely an anti-leftist.
Propaganda PBS Claims Trump Has Only Built Three Miles of 'New Wall'
On Tuesday's PBS NewsHour, correspondent Stephanie Sy misleadingly tried to diminish the Donald Trump administration's success in building more than 200 miles of border wall since last year by asserting that only three miles of it is "new wall." But, by contrast, on Wednesday's Fox and Friends, co-host Brian Kilmeade gave Yuma, Arizona, mayor Douglass Nicholls a chance to…
After Celebrating Trump’s SCOTUS Losses, Nets Hide Deportation Win
Last week, the liberal broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) celebrated two Supreme Court Rulings that went their way with some help from the conservative justices; one about gay rights and the other protecting DACA. But when it came to Thursday’s decision on a deportation case, which saw liberal Justices Breyer and Ginsburg join conservatives for a 7-to-2 majority in President Trump’s favor…
LA Times Executive Editor: The Term 'Looting' is Racist
Tuesday’s edition of PBS NewsHour featured a discussion about “the differences in the experiences of black journalists as contrasted with their colleagues.” One of the guests, Los Angeles Times Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine, talked about how “one of the active debates we had over the past week was about the use of the word ‘looting’ to describe the…
Column: Biden's Safe Space in the Liberal Media
CNN mocked the governor of Florida under the headline "Stuck in his safe space: DeSantis hides on Fox. This kind of shaming fails to address that the entire rest of the national media are a "safe space" for Democrats like Joe Biden. In a round of interviews with PBS, CNN, and MSNBC, Biden found a safe space for tender questions and anchors who found him "fascinating," and a "delight" to hear…
PBS's Woodruff: 'How Many Lives Were Lost' Because of Trump's 'Delay'?
There's a reason why Donald Trump hasn't granted an interview to PBS since he announced his run for president in 2015. That reason came out in a contentious PBS NewsHour interview on Friday with Vice President Mike Pence. It's nothing like the softness Woodruff has offered Hilllary Clinton. She asked Pence "How many lives do you believe were lost as a result of the delay by this administration…