WashPost Tries to Get Lefties to Boycott Potato Rolls Over CEO’s Views
James Martin, CEO of Martin’s, whose potato rolls are popular in both supermarkets and restaurants, supports a conservative candidate for Pennsylvania governor. So, according to The Washington Post on Sunday, Martin’s must be destroyed.
PolitiFact Throws 'Mostly False' at Ad Exposing Dr. Oz in 2019
PolitiFact has jumped into evaluating the contentious Pennsylvania Republican primary to succeed Sen. Pat Toomey. They've haven't gone easy on the celebrity in the race, Dr. Mehmet Oz. But for some reason they jumped on Dave McCormick for a negative ad on abortion which demonstrates the dramatic flip-flop Dr. Oz has very recently taken on abortion. McCormick drew a "Mostly False"…
YouTube ‘Mistakenly’ SNUFFS OUT, Restores PA GOP Gubernatorial Debate
Democracy or demagoguery? YouTube censored a Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial debate hosted by a pro-family institute, then reinstated the video, claiming it had “mistakenly” removed the event video.
Washington Post’s Fairy Tale on Pennsylvania Voter Fraud
You can’t make it up. Unless, of course, you’re at The Washington Post. The other day, Post columnist Greg Sargent wrote a column, “GOP candidates add a repulsive new twist to Trump’s ‘big lie,’” in which he writes this of GOP Senate candidates in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Ohio and Nevada: “It’s hardly surprising to hear that Republican Senate candidates are campaigning on the…
NY Times Condemns GOP Candidate ‘Quack’ Dr. Oz in Front-Page Hit
The New York Times is getting an anti-Republican hit piece in early. Correspondent Trip Gabriel devoted nearly 2,000 words to the U.S. Senate campaign of Dr. Oz, the television doctor who is now a candidate in Pennsylvania’s Republican primary, for a front-page story Monday, “Dubious Advice From TV Doctor In Senate Hunt.”
Paper Won't Use the Term 'Dr. Oz' in His Senate Race, But Jill Biden?
TV celebrity Dr. Mehmet Oz is running for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, in a crowded Republican field. The first controversy he's exploiting to build his campaign is the Philadelphia Inquirer insisting that they will NOT be calling him "Dr. Oz," even though is an actual doctor and professor of surgery.
PA Paper Thanks NFL Prospect’s Mom for Choosing Life, Enraging Journo
One liberal sports writer is foaming at the mouth over a Pennsylvania newspaper article celebrating the life of one their student athletes turned soon-to-be NFL player and praising his mother for choosing not to abort him.
The Media and Cancel Culture
What do 8 Pennsylvania Congressmen, 21 Pennsylvania State Senators, The New York Post and Missouri Senator Josh Hawley have in common? Answer: The media’s cancel culture. A culture in which the weapon of choice for the liberal media is simply shutting down reporting of news they don’t like - refusing to publish it.