Ethics, Much? Psaki Faces Questions From Future Colleague on MSNBC Gig
Hours after Axios’s Sara Fischer broke news that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki would be joining MSNBC, Psaki faced a slew of questions in Friday’s briefing about the ethics behind such a swift move and negotiating a job while still in government. CBS’s Ed O’Keefe broke the ice, but he was followed by future Psaki colleague Kristen Welker of NBC, who questioned whether she should be…
Jen Psaki Set to Leave WH in May, Bring Real Psaki Show to MSNBC
Axios media reporter Sara Fischer broke the news Friday morning that current White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is set to resign from her position “around May” in order to join MSNBC as a guest on their “live programming” across “different shows” with a show on parent company Comcast’s streaming platform Peacock.
NBC Out Celebrates LGBT Victory Over Catholic High School
The Benedictines founded Benet Academy, but it sure sounds like the Jesuits got in there somehow.
Editor’s Pick: Daily Wire Torches MSNBC Producer for Pro-China Tweet
Our friends at the Daily Wire posted early Monday a barnburner of a recap showing the backlash against MSNBC’s Last Word producer and liberal Twitter fiend Kyle Griffin after he tweeted that the genocide and other human rights atrocities taking place in China were only “alleged” cases.
'Saved By The Bell" Reboot: 'Queer and Trans Joy Is Resistance'
Season two of Peacock's Saved by the Bell reboot dropped on Wednesday, November 25, and it did what all contemporary reboots do: pushed wokeism in place of originality.
Racist Streaming Comedy: ‘Not Worth Being Friends with White People'
Hollywood has long attempted to make racism towards white people not only acceptable but also humorous. The award for the most amount of derogatory “white people” lines, however, just might go to Peacock’s newest streaming comedy Rutherford Falls.
NBC Med Drama Celebrates Polyamory as ‘Love’ and ‘Freedom’
When it comes to love, sex and social justice, anything goes on NBC’s New Amsterdam.
‘New Amsterdam’ Wraps Anti-Gun Storyline in Racism
NBC’s medical drama New Amsterdam concocted a plot that slammed both gun owners and critics of the rioting and violence that has broken out at Black Lives Matter protests as racist.
Reid Suggests Fox, GOP Are 'Afraid of...Brown People' Flooding Border
On Wednesday, MSNBC’s race-baiter Joy Reid took to the airwaves to perform her usual denunciation of Republicans and Fox News personnel, grossly denouncing anyone opposed to unmitigated immigration as a fearmongering, insensitive racist who enjoys watching children ripped from their parents’ arms.
Punky Brewster Returns With Emasculated Dad, Gender Confused Kid
Remember Sunday nights in the 1980s when you turned on the tv to watch Punky Brewster play in her treehouse with her friends? Did you ever think to yourself, “I hope they reboot this show one day with Punky as a New Age divorcee who has a gender-dysphoric kid. And they better make sure her best friend Cherie is a lesbian who gets engaged to an independent feminist lawyer.” Well, on Feb. 25,…
Lib Media Group Launches Woke Journalism Initiative for 17 Schools
Liberal NBCUniversal News Group has decided to give back by launching an initiative it said would address systemic racism and inequality by — you guessed it — singling out individuals based on race and other identity groups.
Struggling Business Owner Responds to NBC’s Deceitful Edit of Her Vid
Over the weekend, NewsBusters was the first to report how NBC’s Sunday Today had deceitfully edited the viral video of restaurant owner Angela Marsden to cut out her showing how Los Angeles had allowed a film shoot to set up outdoor catering tents while they shut down her outdoor dining setting. And in an appearance on Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom Tuesday, Marsden…
DECEITFUL: NBC Edits Video of Restaurant Owner Exposing NBC's Catering
The video showed Marsden’s emotional plea for help as she exposed how a similar set of tents and tables were set up in the same parking lot to cater a film production approved by the city. Only part of Marsden’s comments made it onto NBC’s Sunday Today. But reporter Meagan Fitzgerald deceptively edited out Marsden pointing to the hypocrisy with the tents and tables. Worse yet, NBC…