Leftists Gnash Teeth Over WashPost Profile of Fox Star Greg Gutfeld

January 11th, 2022 6:49 AM

The Washington Post published a profile on Monday headlined “Greg Gutfeld has risen to the top at Fox News — and that’s no joke.” Leftists wish this had never happened. Aaron Rupar tweeted “this piece reads like it was written by Fox News PR. pretty embarrassing.” Leftists want profiles like this to vanish…just like they want Fox News to vanish

Lefty Journos ERUPT After Washington Post Refuses to Slime Dana Loesch

August 30th, 2021 6:48 PM

One of the fake news heavyweights, The Washington Post, wrote a profile on former NRA spokesperson and current conservative radio host Dana Loesch and, remarkably, it didn’t make her sound like "a first class monster." For the left, that’s something to get steamed over.

WashPost Reveals the Left: 'Mission Was to Bring Down Bill O'Reilly'

April 22nd, 2017 10:26 PM
The front page of Saturday’s Washington Post told the tale about the war on Fox News. It wasn’t about accusers getting a payout. It was about damaging the network by taking down its top star. The Post headline was “’'Mission was to bring down Bill O’Reilly’.”

WashPost Celebrates Leftist Author of 'Provocative Argument for Repara

June 19th, 2014 11:17 PM
The Washington Post might lament the rise of extremism in politics, of bitterness and incivility, that our politics are “broken.” If they really meant that, then why promote Ta-Nehisi Coates? There he is, on the front of Thursday’s Style section, being honored for a huge article in The Atlantic magazine demanding black Americans get reparations from white Americans for ancient sins that…

Samantha Power Puff: WashPost Calls Obama's UN Pick a 'Dazzling Diagno

April 6th, 2014 2:51 PM
The Sunday Washington Post Magazine has a new, larger design, which allows for a bigger picture of Obama favorite Samantha Power, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. The first sign that Post writer Manuel Roig-Franzia’s going to play it soft: he never mentions that Power called Hillary Clinton a “monster” in 2008. Or the first sign might be the goopy copy about how she is “one of her…

WashPost Reporter Slams 'Astonishingly Absurd' Fox Questions to Muslim

August 11th, 2013 8:24 AM
Friday’s Washington Post carried a large article with color photographs of  Jesus-bashing author Reza Aslan called “The Book of Reza.” Post reporter Manuel Roig-Franzia mocked “the astonishingly absurd questions lobbed at him” by Fox News religion correspondent Lauren Green, asking why a Muslim would write about Jesus. Aslan told the Post he held Fox in low esteem (like almost every leftist…

WashPost-Owned 'Express' Gives Al Sharpton Platform to Push for Trayvo

August 1st, 2013 12:58 PM
"A Hoodie. A Symbol. A Museum Piece? What will become of Trayvon Martin's sweatshirt, the latest piece of trial evidence to capture the public's fascination?" That's how the editors of the Washington Post-owned free tabloid Express grabbed the eyeballs of Washington Metrorail riders this morning. Manuel Roig-Franzia's cover story on page 12 -- "Iconic Evidence Has Unclear Fate: Supporters…

WashPost Reporters, Fox News Host Donate to LGBT Clinic Fundraiser Hon

April 17th, 2013 8:18 AM
On Thursday night, the Whitman-Walker Health Clinic will hold its annual “Be The Care” fundraiser honoring lesbian Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) with its “Partner for Life” award. Once again this year, journalists don't seem to think supporting this is a conflict of interest. This liberal-Democrat event is being co-chaired by former Washington Post reporter Ceci Connolly, and she and her…

WashPost Food Section Feature Hails Obama Thanksgiving Traditions, Org

November 22nd, 2012 12:46 PM
In last week's Food section, the Washington Post's Manuel Roig-Franzia cooked up a look at various First Families and their respective Thanksgiving traditions. While overall not that bad a feature, the current residents at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue received a fair bit of mushy treatment, especially for incorporating the produce of their organic White House garden into the Thanksgiving feast. [h/…

WashPost Highlights Assisted Suicide on Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

January 23rd, 2012 3:40 PM
On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Washington Post Magazine attacked conservative pro-life values on another front - by profiling the new "public face of American assisted suicide," Lawrence Egbert. On January 22, the Washington Post Magazine's Manuel Roig-Franzia wrote a long profile of Lawrence Egbert, the former director of the Final Exit Network, who by his own admission has been…

Matthews Tells Rubio Birther Hit Piece Author 'You Ought to Get Some K

October 21st, 2011 7:36 PM
In case you missed it, the Washington Post published a Birther-style hit piece on Thursday accusing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) of lying about when his parents moved from Cuba to Miami. MSNBC's Chris Matthews invited the author, Manuel Roig-Franzia, to discuss his allegations on Friday's Hardball, and ended the segment by lauding over his guest, "You ought to get some kind of Pulitzer" (video…

WaPo Promotes the 'Gospel According to Jimmy,' But They Find Carter's

October 18th, 2010 7:51 AM
The Style section of Monday's Washington Post has an enormous picture of Jimmy Carter with the simple headline "The Book of Jimmy." The Post is jarringly behind Carter's publicity curve for his latest book White House Diary, but reporter Manuel Roig-Franzia began with the usual goo from Carter's church in Plains, Georgia: "On those scattered weekends when Jimmy Carter isn't out enforcing Middle…

In Sympathetic WaPo Story on 'Abortion Addict,' All the Condemnation I

October 30th, 2009 8:21 AM

WaPo Downplays John Howard's Statesmanship, Hypes Alleged Obama Snub

January 14th, 2009 10:52 AM
Australia is and has been, through both Democratic and Republican administrations a staunch and steadfast ally of the United States. The Aussies have fought alongside American forces in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the first Gulf War, in Afghanistan and in Iraq, and the U.S. and Australia are partners in a free-trade agreement. Given that, readers of the Washington Post should reasonably expect…