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Media Love Her Now, But Hated ‘Toxic’ ‘Daughter of Dracula’ Then
Liz Cheney on Tuesday night badly lost her renomination bid in Congress, getting trounced by BLANK points. Journalists have been eagerly cheering Cheney 2.0 as the GOP’s Joan of Arc, willing to be burned at the political stake for principles. But a simple look into history shows that journalistic love for a Republican is entirely dependent on how useful that person is to liberal press.
Nets Cheer Biden for Strike, Griped About Trump’s ‘Dangerous’ Droning
Last week, journalists and media personalities rightfully cheered the news that brutal terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri had been killed in a CIA drone strike. The networks used patriotic language and praised the efficiently executed attack. View co-host Joy Behar even compared Joe Biden to action hero Liam Neeson in Taken.
FLASHBACK: CBS Exposed Danger of Border Crossings... From Canada
The Biden presidency has seen month after month of record-breaking border crossings. From July of 2021 through June of 2022 there were 2,361,553 border crossings. But during that time, just 146 minutes of coverage on the network evening newscasts. In June, just a scant 15 minutes. Only eight in May.
CBS Claims Ukrainian Refugees Benefit From Race
As ordinary Ukrainians flee the country in order to escape from the Russian invaders, CBS Saturday Morning declared that, unlike other refugees, they benefit from their race.
Super Softballs: The History of Big Game Fawning to Obama and Biden
With Joe Biden’s popularity cratering, the White House finally announced on Tuesday that the President will submit to a pre-Super Bowl interview, talking to Nightly News anchor Lester Holt. The confirmation came late, just five days before the world-wide event.
FLASHBACK: The Media’s Most Outrageous Olympic Outbursts
Conservative sports fans checking in on coverage of Team USA at these winter games might want to brace themselves for unexpected outbursts of liberal preaching from the reporters covering them.
CBS Thought Questioning Reagan and Trump’s Mental Fitness Was Fine
Four years ago this week, CBS managed to question the mental fitness of two Republican presidents, Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump, in one show. Almost four years later, the same network would only gingerly, mildly bring up the topic with Joe Biden. On January 12, 2018, then-CBS This Morning co-host Norah O’Donnell pushed veteran CBS anchor Bob Schieffer on whether Trump had some kind…
CBS Celebrates 10 Years of King: Erases Harasser Co-Host From History
CBS Mornings on Monday celebrated a decade of Gayle King as a co-host on the show, cheering the liberal journalist with a cake and a video montage. There was no mention of King’s history of vacationing with the Obamas or her donations to Democrats. Though the montage included footage of past hosts like Norah O’Donnell and Anthony Mason, there was no shots of sexual harasser Charlie Rose, a…
Did Gallup End 74-Year Polling Tradition to Avoid Trump Placing First?
Frequent consumers of political news may be aware of Gallup's annual poll measuring the "most admired man" in America which is typically announced a few days before New Year's. The poll was done yearly from 1946 through 2020, with 1976 the only year that was skipped. This year, a Google search shows no sign that Gallup did a poll for 2021.
Embarrassed GMA Ignores New Jussie Smollett Trial Starting
On Monday, NBC’s Today show was the only network morning broadcast to inform viewers that actor Jussie Smollett was facing a new trial over lying to investigators in his 2019 media-hyped hoax smearing Trump supporters.
BLAME: ABC Pins Dem Election Disaster on GOP ‘Exploiting Fears'
The media blame game for Tuesday’s Democratic election losses intensified on Thursday as ABC’s Jon Karl pinned the losses in Virginia on Republicans “exploiting parents's fears” when it came to issues like crime.
After 2017 Dem Wins, Nets Gushed Over 'Lifting' of Liberal Spirits
After the 2017 New Jersey and Virginia elections, where Democrats swept to victory, the networks the next day delighted in a “stinging rebuke” that “lifted” the spirts of Democrats. Four years later on Wednesday, as Republicans won in deep-blue Virginia and hold a lead in very deep blue New Jersey, ABC, CBS and NBC again tried to focus the results back on Donald Trump.
Nets Mentioned Trump’s Low Polls Almost Twice as Much as Cratering Joe
The last three months have been nightmarish for Joe Biden’s presidency. In August, his popularity started to nosedive, dropping precipitously so that, by late October, some polls had him dipping into the high 30s. But in comparison to Donald Trump, ABC, CBS and NBC had almost double the number of mentions of bad polling for the Republican.
FLASHBACK: CBS, MSNBC Fretted Trump Was Visiting Victims Too Quickly
Journalists on Friday announced the imminent departure of Joe Biden to New Orleans to see for himself the damage of Hurricane Ida. On Friday, CBS This Morning’s Stephanie Ramos stressed that Joe Biden was very welcome and would be of help: “There are always sensitivities with these kinds of trips but the president said yesterday that the state's governor encouraged…