Hunter Who? PBS Condemns Saudi Investment in Kushner
PBS NewsHour has finally discovered allegations of corrupt behavior in the president’s family. No, not Hunter Biden, but former President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. On Friday’s show, host Judy Woodruff, New York Times columnist David Brooks, and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart all condemned Kushner’s “shameless” behavior both during the Trump…
ABC, PBS Freak Over 'Major New Setback to Abortion Access'
Hours after Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law a 15-week abortion ban, ABC’s World News Tonight & PBS NewsHour went into meltdown mode, with ABC guest anchor Linsey Davis calling the bill’s passage a “major new setback to abortion access.”
Capehart, Brooks: Republicans Put Jackson 'Through Hell' To Get on Fox
Columnists Jonathan Capehart and David Brooks joined PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff on Friday for their weekly panel discussion to recap Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Together, the duo would accuse Republicans of putting her through hell so that they could get on Fox.
PBS Runs Puff Piece on Cori Bush's 'Activism,' Radical Agenda
On Thursday, your tax dollars paid for PBS NewsHour to run a puff piece on radical Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush for the 57th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches. During the profile, Bush would be compared to previous civil rights activists and praised for her support for the Black Lives Matter movement and perpetual eviction moratoriums.
Capehart Accuses GOP of 'Playing Games' Amid Putin WMD Threats
Math and logic were in short supply on the Friday edition of PBS NewsHour as Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart accused 31 Republican senators “playing games” with aid for Ukraine because they voted against a spending bill in which less than one percent of the money was for Ukrainian aid.
Confused Woodruff Questions Why McConnell Doesn't Support Jackson
A confused PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff sought to inquire on Wednesday how Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell could possibly oppose Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court considering some conservatives have signaled support for her.
PBS Wonders How Much Trump Contributed to Invasion of Ukraine
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine and former impeachment witness Marie Yovanovitch’s book tour took her to PBS on Tuesday, where NewsHour host Judy Woodruff and Amanpour and Company’s Christiane Amanpour wondered how former President Trump played into Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine.
Capehart Blasts 'Hideous' and 'Horrible' GOP Social Agenda
Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart joined PBS NewsHour host Judy Woodruff on Friday to launch all sorts of strawman attacks against the “hideous” and “horrendous” agenda coming from Republican governors and state legislators across the country.
CBS, NBC Hide Creepy Porn Lawyer Avenatti’s New Guilty Verdict
On Friday afternoon, a New York federal jury convicted liberal media darling and anti-Trump hero Michael Avenatti was convicted of identity theft and wire fraud involving porn star Stormy Daniels, his second guilty verdict in almost two years. Not surprisingly, some in the liberal media wanted nothing to do with him as the CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly News ignored it on…
Alcindor Seems Disappointed More White 1/6 Rioters Were Not Shot
On Friday's PBS NewsHour, on her last day as the show's White House correspondent, Yamiche Alcindor sounded like she was possibly disappointed that more of the 1/6 Capitol Hill rioters were not shot by Capitol Police as she speculated that they would have been if they were minorities protesting peacefully.
David Brooks: The GOP 'Has Slid Down the Toilet' on Voting Rights
On the last Friday night Week in Politics panel of 2021, the PBS NewsHour once again chose the topic that Democrats want to talk about right now: Voting rules. Once again, the Republicans are so horrible that New York Times columnist David Brooks -- the alleged moderate Republican-leaning regular of this group -- said the GOP is "a party that has slid down the toilet."…
Diversity Grinch: PBS Hits Movies Pushing 'White Fantasy of Christmas'
How can the PBS NewsHour play Grinch at Christmas time? Complain about the lack of diversity in Christmas movies. At dinnertime on Christmas eve, they posted an “Arts” article headlined "How Asian Americans in holiday movies can challenge ‘the white fantasy of Christmas’." There was zero mention of the 2019 rom-com Last Christmas, with half-Asian heartthrob Henry Golding…
PBS: Kids Are Justified in Feeling Climate Anxiety
As the COP26 climate summit raged in Glasgow, Scotland, the past couple of weeks, PBS churned out plenty of taxpayer-funded doom and gloom predictions, and, at worst, even seemed to defend the irrational "climate anxiety" felt by some school children who have sadly been indoctrinated by the liberal media on the issue.
PBS Won't Discuss a David Brooks Column When It WHACKS the Left
The PBS NewsHour will spotlight New York Times columns by their panelist David Brooks when they love them -- like his promotional interview with President Biden, or his liberal-pleasing column "The G.O.P. Is Getting Even Worse: Trumpians are having a venomous panic attack." This did not happen this week, when Brooks wrote a column titled "The Self-Isolation of the American…