Non-stories Rate Highly in Newsweek's Top 2020 Sports Stories
In the past year, Kobe Bryant died in a helipcopter crash, social justice activism ruined sports for countless fans, LSU won the national championship in college football, Dustin Johnson won the Master’s and Patrick Mahomes inked an astronomical $500 million contract after winning the Super Bowl. Each of these major stories have one thing in common: Newsweek ranked these and other…
NBA, Newsweek Explain Away League’s Social Justice Unpopularity
It’s been nearly two months since the increasingly unpopular NBA stumbled to the end of the 2020 season, but its spineless commissioner and a reliably left-wing sports-writer are still making excuses for America tuning out the social justice-crazy league. Commissioner Adam Silver said in a GQ interview that there is zero data for claims by President Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz that…
Newsweek Knocks Whole Foods CEO for Blasting Socialism’s Many Failures
A top food chain CEO bashing socialism should be news, just not to the ironically named liberal outlet Newsweek.
NFL Team Mocks Trump, Prompting Media to Pile on President
The pro football franchise known as "Washington Football Team" -- mired in a sexual harassment scandal -- mocked President Donald Trump on their uncensored Twitter account Thursday. The team's political statement about an election night remark by Trump prompted Newsweek magazine to pile on and promote the left-stream media theme that there is no evidence of election fraud.
THRILLS and TINGLES: Media’s Long History of Adoring Barack Obama
Before they despised Donald Trump, the liberal media adored Barack Obama. From the moment then-state senator Barack Obama showed up on the national stage to address the Democratic convention in 2004, the news media were in love. When Obama ran for President four years later, news reporters led the cheers. And as President, reporters touted his “prodigious talents,” his “amazing legislative…
Ex-Coach Credits Milwaukee Bucks For Biden's Wisconsin Win
Since Election Day Tuesday, Newsweek sports reporter Dan Cancian cranked out five stories on athletes and coaches taking different sides of the political spectrum. The most notable story centers on former Milwaukee Bucks Coach George Karl saying his team of social justice warriors pushed Joe Biden to victory in Wisconsin.
Newsweek ‘Trauma Psychologist’ Bemoans ‘Psychological Toll’ of Trump
We know liberals have lost their minds these last 4 years. Their Trump Derangement Syndrome has been on display for the world to see. So fragile are their psyches that Newsweek brought on a “trauma psychologist” to offer the hope that “[e]ven after Trump, we can emerge stronger.”
Liberal Media Attack Amy Coney Barrett’s ‘Catholic Jesus Batsh*t Cult’
As Judge Amy Coney Barrett is rumored to be one of President Trump’s likely nominees to replace recently departed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the liberal media are in overdrive trying to tear her down and ruin her path to the nomination.
Facebook Allows Event to Harass Sen. Graham, Then Allows Group to Stay
Facebook allowed leftist organizations to post the purported private address of a conservative senator in order to organize protests and harass. The posting was a violation of its rules. “Protesters on Monday gathered outside South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham's house to ‘wake him up’ over his push to quickly replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away Friday,”…
‘Harry Potter’ Book Burning Trends on Social Media
Many young folks are pledging their allegiance to radical, totalitarian wokeness by burning their Harry Potter books on social media. It’s a viral new way to stick it to author J.K. Rowling for being skeptical about trans activism, it’s just too bad that these teens are destroying the only piece of literature they’ve ever read.
NBA Player Calls Police Officers Domestic Terrorists
"Police brutality" is not the proper way to describe the nature of American policing, says the Boston Celtics' cop-hating forward Jaylen Brown. He prefers the term "domestic terrorism," and Newsweek magazine gave him an unquestioned forum to level his outrageous charge.
Burgess Owens Defends NBA Player Who Wouldn't Kneel for BLM
A former NFL player and current Republican candidate for Congress in Utah drew positive press from Newsweek magazine Saturday for opposing national anthem protests and for defending an NBA player who refused to kneel. Newsweek's Benjamin Fearnow gave Burgess Owens fair treatment for his remarks on Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac's courageous stand, just days after an…
CNN Anchor Rips Yale Prof Who Advocates Hydroxychloroquine
In a lengthy, contentious, interview, CNN's John Berman attempts to discredit the assertion by Dr. Harvey Risch, a Yale professor of epidemiology, that hydroxychloroquine is effective in treating high-risk outpatients.
Newsweek Publishes Op-Ed Blasting Media Hate of Hydroxychloroquine
Something strange seems to be going on with Newsweek. Although few are still aware it even exists and even fewer actually read it, they sometimes publish stories that diverge drastically from its usual liberal orthodoxy. Perhaps they are willing to sometimes commit such heresy simply to draw attention. And in the case of their op-ed column by a Yale professor of epidemiology on…