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Nets Ignore EMBARRASSING Recall Landslide Against Woke School Board

February 16th, 2022 5:12 PM

Late Tuesday night, over 70 percent of voters in dark navy blue San Francisco showed even they have a limit for woke politics as they removed three members of the city’s Board of Education as a reaction to their lengthy school closures, choosing to spend time renaming schools, and showing an aversion to the needs of the children they serve. Of course, none of this was of interest to the major…

CNN Gives 23 Mins to Nurse’s Dubious Claims Trashing COVID Patients

November 23rd, 2020 5:53 PM

In the latest blow to CNN’s claim to be a news organization, National Review and Wired found last week that their much-heralded November 16 interview with South Dakota nurse Jodi Doering trashing her patients had more than a few holes. While Doering’s story drew widespread attention by over a half dozen CNNers, neither outlet find anyone to confirm Doering’s claims of…

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ABC Cherry-Picks From Google Memo, Omits Criticism of Liberal Bias

August 10th, 2017 10:35 AM
Thursday on Good Morning America, ABC continued their skewed reporting on the leaked memo from a former Google engineer that criticized his company’s approach to diversity in the workplace. But today’s report from ABC was the most biased yet. Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis cherry-picked the most unflattering generalizations about women from James Damore’s ten page memo, completely…

Bozell & Graham Column: The Night Obama Crushed the Comedian

May 7th, 2016 8:01 AM
The White House Correspondents Association throws an enormous annual dinner that’s a pillar of the Washington power-elite scene. This year they picked Stephen Colbert’s Comedy Central replacement, Larry Wilmore. He was seriously unfunny, and he knew it. But the media coverage made it clear that Wilmore suffered badly in comparison – not to Colbert, but to his opening act,…

ABC Frets Over Pro-American Cadillac Ad: 'Arrogant' and 'Xenophobic

March 6th, 2014 4:36 PM
The journalists at Good Morning America on Thursday were sufficiently provoked by a pro-American Cadillac commercial that they devoted a whole segment to wondering if the spot was "arrogant" and "xenophobic." GMA's reporters, who couldn't find any time to cover former IRS head Lois Lerner pleading the Fifth on Capitol Hill, devoted almost three minutes to…

ABC Preaches the 'Gospel of Polyamory' and the Saving Power of Threeso

November 27th, 2013 4:25 PM
  Moving past gay marriage, ABC News on Monday pushed the "gospel" of polyamory, having multiple romantic and sexual partners in an open relationship. Co-anchor Dan Harris hyped, "More couples opting to become triples or fourples. Live-in lovers spicing up the marital bed, even helping raise the children." [See video below. MP3 audio here.] Harris opened the segment…

Still Obsessed: ABC Scolds Eastwood's 'Controversial' 'Chair Stunt

September 17th, 2012 12:27 PM
Clint Eastwood appeared on Monday's Good Morning America to promote his new movie, but still had to deal with media fallout from his "controversial" "chair stunt" at the Republican National Convention. Fill-in co-host Josh Elliott teased the segment by lecturing, "We'll have much more about that controversial speech." After talking to Eastwood about his…

Day Two of ABC’s Polanski Coverage: ‘Hunted’ Director Subject to

September 29th, 2009 12:57 PM
ABC’s Good Morning America on Tuesday America continued to raise questions about the arrest of Roman Polanski in Europe, spinning the case as a "31 year-old prosecutorial obsession." According to reporter Nick Watt, the film director has "been hunted since 1978." The network correspondent observed that Polanski, who is wanted for child rape and was detained in Switzerland,…

ABC Touts European Outrage Over Polanski Arrest; Sawyer: It’s an

September 28th, 2009 3:33 PM
Hosts and reporters on Monday's Good Morning America hyperventilated about the arrest of fugitive Roman Polanski. Co-anchor Diane Sawyer worried that the detention of the director accused of child rape has created a "true international incident." Co-host Robin Roberts played up the supposed complexity of situation, referring to the event as an "international chess game."…

ABC Obsessed with Alternative Sexual Lifestyles

July 29th, 2009 9:36 AM
Youngsters' curiosity about sex used to be sated by late night, soft-core flicks on premium cable channels. Now, they simply have to tune into ABC. ABC news programs have featured 76 segments about sexual activity in the last six months. The majority of these reports were related to political sex scandals or crime cases that contained a sexual element, but 11 promoted alternative sexual…

ABC Skips Opposing Views; Continues to Fret About No Ice at North Pole

March 3rd, 2009 3:40 PM
Despite evidence to the contrary, Tuesday's "Good Morning America" continued to hype the idea that there could soon be no Arctic sea ice at the North Pole. Co-host Robin Roberts began a segment on the subject by fretting, "But, can you imagine going to the beach and finding it's not there? Sounds like science fiction." Referencing a group of scientists who are traveling 600…

CBS Claims ‘Battle Between Tom Hanks And The Vatican’ Over Movie

June 19th, 2008 4:24 PM
On Thursday’s CBS "Early Show," co-host Maggie Rodriguez described the Catholic Church’s refusal to allow filming on Church property of a movie prequel to "The DaVinci Code," starring Tom Hanks, this way: "...the battle between Tom Hanks and the Vatican. You know he's in Rome filming the prequel to 'The Da Vinci Code,' 'Angels and Demons,' and the Church there is up in…

Taboo Busting ABC Touts Sister-Brother Love

May 6th, 2008 4:08 PM
Good Morning America” on Tuesday continued the morning show drive of busting taboos by touting the romantic relationship between a half-brother and sister. GMA reporter Nick Watt informed viewers of the Scottish couple Danielle Heaney and Nick Cameron, now charged with incest, and rather neutrally explained, “Danielle and Nick are in love. But their love is taboo. They're half-brother and sister…

In Jokey Segment, ABC's Nick Watt Smears Men as Useless Criminals

April 29th, 2008 5:20 PM
ABC reporter Nick Watt on Monday imagined the world as a better place without men, who he jokingly dismissed as war-hungry criminals only good for making pop music. The segment, which aired on "Nightline," featured the views of an Oxford professor, Bryan Sykes, who believes that the Y chromosome will disappear in about 125,000 years. Apparently not seeing a downside, Watt mused, "…