Washington Post: Presidents Should Celebrate SJW Athletes
LeBron James is thrilled with the prospect of a Biden administration, and the Washington Post's Kevin Blackistone is gleeful over President Donald Trump's presumed demise. The Washington Nationals have already invited Biden to throw out the first pitch in their 2021 home opener. However, Blackistone warns athletes not to be too quick to jump on the Biden-Harris…
Journalists Protest Being Objective About Trump-Pence at Any Time
On Friday, Washington Post media reporter Paul Farhi explored the increasing snark in White House "pool reports," which are supposed to be dry, fairly objective descriptions of presidential movements, but with today's Trump-hating press corps, no one could possibly be restrained. The headline in the paper was "Waters are getting a bit nippy in White House pool."
WashPost: FTC May File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook By December
The Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google in October, and it appears as though Facebook may be the next Big Tech company to face judgement day. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and several state attorneys general are exploring a possible antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, and could file the suit within the next few months, according to The Washington Post…
Leftists Whine that Big Tech Hearing Spread ‘Misinformation’
Yesterday’s hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee sought to shed light on Big Tech censorship, but the left would prefer we pay no attention to what’s going on behind the curtain. The left, of course, wanted to brush off the Nov. 17 hearing, which featured testimony from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg…
Fore! WashPost’s Givhan Gripes Trump Golfing Is ‘White Male Privilege’
Resentment is a powerful emotion. It can choke off reason and poison even moments of triumph. And it plays hell with self-awareness -- just look at the November 18th Washington Post “perspective” piece (oh the irony) by Robin Givhan.
Media Hypocrites Preach Unity Now But Blasted Trump’s 2016 Win
You don’t have to watch very much TV news these days to get the basic plot: President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election, it’s improper for him to challenge the result, and we all must unify around President-elect Joe Biden. That’s not exactly how many journalists reacted four years ago. Here’s a quick flashback to how the media that today tout unity and acceptance dealt with President-elect…
YouTube Alternative Rumble Sees Huge Download Increase After Election
Just as many conservatives are leaving Facebook and Twitter for Parler, some have also begun to leave YouTube for a different video-sharing platform. The platform Rumble has experienced massive growth in the weeks following the election, according to The Washington Post (The Post), and unsurprisingly, the left is unhappy about it.
TechCrunch Editor-At-Large Incensed Parler Exists
There’s a social media company that hasn’t yet bowed to pressure from the left, and the left does NOT appear to be happy about it. With the rampant censorship on Facebook and Twitter, many conservatives have turned to the Parler platform.
Wash Po Frames Lady Antebellum Fiasco as ‘Story of Privilege’
When George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police officers in June, protestors took to the streets, rioters took out whole city blocks and looters took everything else. But all took one unmistakable stand: country music groups with semi-obscure names must be held accountable!
Wash Post Equates ‘Trumpism’ to ‘White Supremacy,’ ‘Disease’
Washington Post art and architecture critic Philip Kennicott, who has a bizarre habit of inserting leftist politics into his museum, library and memorial reviews, decided to just rant about the election on the front page of Saturday's Style section. His hatred for Trump voters oozed throughout the piece, titled “Trumpism is a lifestyle disease, chronic in America.”
Titans of Transparency?? WashPost 'Vanishes' Its Archive from Nexis
This is NOT a good look for the Titans of Transparency at The Washington Post. The paper's archived content in the Nexis database "vanished" on Halloween due to some business disagreement. When asked for comment the Post said they had "nothing to share"!
Liberal Media Outlets Say Biden May Be Best Scenario for Big Tech
Many Americans were likely disappointed by the prospect of a former Vice President Joe Biden presidency, but the liberal media has said that Big Tech is likely pretty excited.
Although President Donald Trump could still pull out a victory, the nation does still have to consider the possibility of a Biden-Harris administration, which may work out well for Big Tech.
Facebook Adds ‘Mini Speed Bump’ to Share Flagged Posts: Report
The election may have been called by the liberal media, but the election isn’t over yet — and neither is Big Tech censorship of election posts. Facebook appears to be so determined to out-censor its competitors that it has added yet another restriction before users can share a flagged post.