NBC Hypes Left-Wing Fantasy of D.C. Statehood, Dem Power Grab
April 23rd, 2021 2:18 PM
On Friday, NBC’s Today show decided to waste nearly four and a half minutes of air time promoting a left-wing fantasy designed to give the Democratic Party a permanent Senate majority – making Washington, D.C. a state. The legislative move being a blatant partisan power grab and unconstitutional was glossed over, as the segment focused on parroting DNC talking points to sell the…
Keep It Quiet! Politico Signals Three Major Democrat Bills Are Doomed
April 23rd, 2021 12:36 PM
There is an upside to the media's extreme closeness to Democrats. They can tell us how Democrat insiders really feel about their chances to pass legislation. On Thursday, Politico signaled that not one, not two, but THREE major bills were doomed to fail in Congress.
Media Stick with DC Mayor in Her Two-Faced Approach to National Guard
January 4th, 2021 5:07 PM
Last June, Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser demanded that National Guard forces be removed from the capital because the protests over George Floyd were “peaceful.” But now, Mayor Bowser is requesting National Guard forces during the congressional certification of Joe Biden’s victory because "people who are coming here to look for confrontations." The news networks are helping the mayor and…
Poll: Americans See Skepticism of Media's Interests as 'Healthy'
September 21st, 2020 10:32 AM
During a 12-month period when the news covered everything from impeachment to an upcoming presidential election and from a global pandemic to protests across America on racial issues, a survey concluded that the most significant factor in how a person perceives the “mainstream media” is that individual’s political affiliation. One of the most important elements in this determination is support…
MSNBC Wants Dems to Steal Control of Senate With D.C. Statehood
June 25th, 2020 5:15 PM
On her 12:00 p.m. ET hour show on Thursday, MSNBC Andrea Mitchell desperately attempted to make the case for Washington D.C. statehood in order to help her friends in the Democratic Party gain two additional U.S. senators and possibly a permanent advantage in the congressional chamber. Lefty historian Jon Meacham then joined her in advocating the radical agenda and tossing aside the…
NYT Blames ‘Zealous’ Trumpers for DC Social Hostility, Skips Lefty Mob
February 18th, 2020 5:17 PM
New York Times reporter Katie Rogers used the wedding of White House immigration advisor Stephen Miller to Katie Waldman, press secretary to VP Mike Pence, to show Trump staff as purposefully isolating themselves from D.C. society in Tuesday’s “Pairing Off in Trump’s Political Bunker.” Rogers ignores the left-wing groups and outraged individual lefties mobbing Trump staff…
Daily Caller: Reporter Who Pushed Fake Hate Crime Has Ethical Problems
October 2nd, 2019 11:59 PM
On Wednesday night, the Daily Caller News Foundation’s indefatigable Luke Rosiak reported that the local journalist instrumental in promoting the hate crime hoax involving an African-American girl with dreadlocks has some serious ethical issues, including how she had previously promoted the hair care company run by the girl’s family.
Bozell & Graham Column: The Media's Overwrought July 4 Debacle
July 9th, 2019 11:11 PM
It’s fair to say that a week doesn’t go by where President Trump doesn’t want to be the center of attention. That being the case, he must be well-satisfied by events leading up to the Fourth of July. But he succeeded in creating another full-blown media panic about democracy eroding, and civilian control of the military collapsing, all because the president is behaving like a…
Jumped the Shark? WashPost Still Promoting Stormy Daniels Book Events!
March 14th, 2019 5:09 PM
The Washington Post gossips -- "The Reliable Source" -- pretended they weren't doing a rerun in Thursday's paper, promoting a Stormy Daniels chat in Georgetown plugging her book Full Disclosure -- which came out five months ago. The whole item was a tired repeat of a puff job they did about a book event in DC in December.
NY Times, Without Evidence, Blames TV Station Trespasser on Trump
October 24th, 2018 11:19 AM
New York Times reporter Adam Goldman tried hard to give the shooting of a violent trespasser at a local TV station in D.C. national anti-Trump implications, to conflate it with the president's verbal attacks on the media. Goldman couldn’t let a single sentence pass without involving Trump’s fights with the press, even though the incident had nothing to do with Trump’s press…
Dumpster Fire at Axios: 'The Public Case Against Trump'
May 14th, 2018 10:02 AM
Axios is yet another leftist website which promised "vital, trustworthy news and analysis" with "no bias" and "no nonsense" but has subsequently descended into parody. Saturday, Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei, two of the site's founders, posted "The Public Case Against Trump," allegedly a list of "known knowns" about "a damning tale…
AP Shamed Into Naming One Dem's Party in DC Anti-Semitism Controversy
May 5th, 2018 12:07 PM
The Associated Press apparently was shamed by a Washington Examiner reporter Wednesday when it revised a story on District of Columbia Councilman Trayon White to include his Democratic Party affiliation. White has been sharply criticized and ridiculed for anti-Semitic remarks, including claiming that Jews control the climate. The Democratic Party tag didn't arrive in the…
Press Has Falsely Tagged PA-18's Conor Lamb 'Pro-Life'
March 16th, 2018 9:30 AM
Democrat Conor Lamb was declared the narrow special congressional election winner Tuesday in PA-18, where voters are predominantly pro-life. Lamb, with media help, came across as "pro-life." He's not — and his successful deception may portend an effort by abortion proponents and their lockstep establishment press supporters to spread disinformation about Democratic candidates…
Press Seriously Botches Texas Early-Voting Coverage in Favor of Dems
March 8th, 2018 12:16 PM
Before Tuesday's Texas primary, the press presented woefully incomplete early-voting data as evidence of a potential Democratic wave. It was fake news.