Trouble In Liberal Land! NPR Staffers Wail About Diversity 'Crisis'
Don't look now, but National Public Radio is having a bit of a "diversity" crisis -- as in racial diversity. NPR has never had a diversity of viewpoints. Washington Post media reporters Paul Farhi and Elahe Isadi pointed out that there's an internal furor over departing NPR stars Noel King, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, and now evening host Audie Cornish.
Column: New Jersey Democracy Died In Darkness?
At The Washington Post, when Democrats are kicked unceremoniously out of office, it can only mean one thing. Democracy died in darkness. They diagnosed the problem in a story headlined "How the media missed a New Jersey senate candidate’s racist social media posts — until he’d already won."
NewsBusters Podcast: WashPost Slams Peter Doocy, Promoted Jim Acosta
The Washington Post has "honored" Fox White House reporter Peter Doocy by highlighting his exchanges with Biden press secretary Jen Psaki in the briefing room. Doocy gets "fact checked" by media reporter Paul Farhi...but in 2018, Farhi and the Post didn't check on CNN's Jim Acosta as he told them he was all about the facts, not about damaging Trump.
WashPost Hypes Assaults on Reporters: Skips Antifa/BLM, Blames Trump
On Friday, The Washington Post published a story headlined “TV news crews are increasingly threatened with violence on the job.” Nowhere in this story was any mention of the word “Antifa,” despite their repeated habit of attacking TV news crews.
WashPost Weirdly Praises Biden Team for Being 'Effectively Leakproof'
Washington Post media reporter Paul Farhi wrote a piece on Wednesday that sounded congratulatory. It seems the Biden White House has established "message discipline" and prevented negative leaking from the staff. An anonymous White House reporter was summoned to call Biden’s White House “effectively a leakproof operation.” That made the headline inside the Style section.
WashPost Freaks Out Over 'Race & Violence In Our Cities' Debate Topic
Merely the announcement of topics for the first presidential debate caused great liberal angst and foot-stomping at The Washington Post. We found four articles of complaint so far. They couldn't just wait for the actual questions??
Column: The Press Secretary Puts Down Bombastic Reporters
The July 6 Washington Post carried a typically colorful headline on top of the Style section. “A binder full of bombast: Kayleigh McEnany plays her boss and his base with derisive news briefing walk-offs.”
NPR, WashPost Reporters Compare D-Day Forces to....ANTIFA!?
On the 76th anniversary of D-Day, liberal journalists on Twitter "celebrated" the American landing in France by comparing our soldiers to....the violent radical "anti-fascist" movement Antifa.