On her MSNBC show, Joy Reid interviews Charlamagne Tha God, whose podcast interview with Joe Biden elicited the now notorious "you ain't black." Charlamagne says that Biden's apology was "cool," but what he really wants to know about is what Biden will do about reparations for black people.
Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace invited a panel to bash White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany because she had the courage to stand up to the opposition press. Between Wallace taking it personally and the Never-Trump editor-in-chief of The Dispatch, Jonah Goldberg attacking her, it was like watching CNN.
In a tacit admission of how the Democratic Party thinks of the black community on Friday, presumptive nominee Joe Biden exclaimed that if a black person had to think about voting for him or President Trump, then their blackness was in question. By Sunday, NBC was tired of hearing the outrage at Biden’s blatantly racist remark with Sunday Today host Willie Geist huffing that Biden had to apologize for “two days,” and Political director Chuck Todd lamented that the former Vice President was being held to account at all.
The sleazy NFL potentially continues to slouch toward Gomorrah! Super Bowl halftime sleaze is legendary, but now an adult webcam site has offered $15 million to the New Orleans Saints in hopes of gaining the Super Dome stadium naming rights. SB Nation sports blog asks why an organization would want to get involved with an "embarrassing, scandal-plagued business" and it wasn't even referring to the XXX-rated Stripchat website, but to the Saints!
An article on Yahoo! News uses a liberal think tank's number-crunching to report "Coronavirus is spiking disproportionately in counties that voted for Trump in 2016." Really? A look at some of these Trump-voting counties doesn't show a real pile of "hotspots." Using the measurement of case rates higher than 100 or more per 100,000 people isn't that useful.
Far too much Washington journalism is reliant on anonymous sources, and the public has no earthly idea of the agendas and ideologies of the "senior government officials" or just "sources" who can be used to ruin a presidency or a congressional career. Larry O'Connor at Townhall threw a strong headline at Team Zucker: "CNN Was Used to Spread Lies And They're Just Fine with That."
Presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden made one of the biggest gaffes of his 2020 campaign by letting it slip just how much he takes the African-American community for granted. Prominent African-American conservatives swiftly condemned his disgusting comments.
Apparently, when he's not violating basic journalistic ethics by interviewing and goofing around his brother, CNN's Chris Cuomo thinks a productive use of his show is to bring on conspiracy theorists who pretend to be whistleblowers. That is, so long as they don't blow the whistle on his brother Andrew.
Here’s the headline from Fox News: "MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski wants Trump blocked by Twitter: ‘A call is being set up.’" The Fox report begins by noting Mika was furious with a presidential tweet that took aim at hubby Joe Scarborough, her co-host on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. The story goes on to say:
Far-left documentary maker Michael Moore appeared on Friday’s edition of Real Time and not surprisingly, Moore and host Bill Maher spent their entire conversation spouting off left-wing talking points and conspiracy theories. Moore claimed that Republicans can only win elections by cheating and attributed President Trump’s animosity towards the state leadership in Michigan to racism and sexism. Both Moore and Maher shared the concern that Trump would refuse to leave office if he loses re-election and issued a call to action to “remove this mother***er from the White House.”
On his MSNBC show, Ali Velshi suggests that by deeming houses of worship "essential," thus qualifying them to reopen, President Trump could be in violation of "the separation of church and state."
Twitch tried to downplay concerns over an advisory board member who identifies as a deer and believes many gamers are “white supremacists.” Twitch, the platform for watching internet celebrities broadcast as they play video games, lit fire to a cultural powder keg in mid-May. The company appointed a transgender streamer who identifies as a deer among its “Safety Advisory Council.” Now it’s trying damage control.
On Thursday's Amanpour & Co. on PBS and CNN International, the show gave an unchallenged forum to liberal MSNBC contributor Anand Giridharadas -- who also hosts a show on Vice TV -- to promote a universal health care system and more regulations on businesses as he also derided the conservative "obsession" with "freedom" as being "paranoid," "infantile" and "childlike."
You know the left will never apologize or own up to any of their mistakes. Even if they and the whole world are aware of their painfully obvious #MeToo double standard, guess who they say actually hurt female victims? That’s right, conservatives and Trump voters.
Months ago, nobody would have imagined that there would be dozens of controversial articles written about an NFL quarterback getting a haircut and a beard trim, but here we are. On Monday, the Pittsburgh Steelers posted a video of quarterback “Big Ben” Roethlisberger throwing “legit NFL passes” to teammates Juju Smith-Schuster, James Connor, and Ryan Switzer, signaling that a long rehab from elbow surgery is nearly complete.