Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Sunday agreed that CNN no longer qualifies as a news network. Appearing for the full hour with Mark Levin on Fox's Life, Liberty and Levin, the MRC founder responded to this question: “Is CNN really a news network?” Bozell declared, “No. No. They once were.”
On Thursday night, Mark Levin was on fire as he excoriated the liberal media for dividing this country and undermining American values. Appearing with Sean Hannity on Fox News, the conservative radio host blasted journalists for comparing the President to Hitler and for making Nazi references. Levin attacked, “We're actually fighting the media. We're fighting the Democrats, we're fighting academia, we're fighting Hollywood and all the rest.”
According to the rage-fueled tirade of MSNBC faux Republican strategist Steve Schmidt during Monday’s edition of All In, presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway, the President, “Mark Levin, and Rush Limbaugh, and Breitbart, and NewsBusters, and Judicial Watch, and all the rest of them, have blood on their hands for the incitements that they have made that have triggered and radicalized these crazy people.”
Popular talk-radio and TV host and author Mark Levin appeared on Hannity on Thursday night to ask an urgent question: "Why do the press hate the American people?" Especially the tens of millions of people who put Donald Trump in the White House.
In the first hour of his eponymous talk show Monday night, conservative author and host Mark Levin tore into the “totalitarian” liberal media for, among other things, being “historically illiterate” or “ideologically driven” in calling President Trump a Nazi, “mainstream[ing]” Stormy Daniels and “crackpot” Michael Avenatti, and painting themselves as chief defenders of the First Amendment.
Let’s face it: Trump had a rough press conference in Helsinki on Monday. However, this does not excuse hyperbolic responses on the part of the media. On Monday’s edition of Hannity, radio star Mark Levin appeared to offer some historical context.
Liberal journalists pompously proclaim Fox News is television for your crazy Uncle Frank, pushing conspiracy theories for dumb people while nurturing resentments toward the elites -- meaning, of course, them. That nasty cartoon is rebutted by a new Fox News program, “Life Liberty & Levin,” hosted by Mark Levin. It is more intellectual than anything produced on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, or MSNBC.
Other countries have the same liberal bias as America does. They also slam Mark Levin. Raoul Wootliff of The Times of Israel reported on a sneak peek of Mark Levin's Sunday night Fox News Channel interview with Israel's leader Benjamin Netanyahu by describing Levin as a "controversial talk-radio host" and a "conservative shock jock." There's nothing in this article that would explain how Levin is not a "shock jock" like Howard Stern.
On his radio show Thursday night, Mark Levin grew angry at how the "Praetorian guard media" are protecting the Obama team from the emerging story of how they unmasked Trump campaign officials and leaked word of their association with Russians to their media buddies. He said it was an “absolute disgrace” that they protect Obama, not report on him. “They’re not upholding the First Amendment and free press — they’re destroying the First Amendment and the free press!”
Mark Levin slammed the media on his national radio show Friday night for gushig all over special counsel Robert Mueller and his prodding former national security adviser Mike Flynn to plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI. But he noted Flynn was talking about contacts with Russians during the transition, which proves nothing about colluding before the election.
I am not nearly so coldhearted and unsympathetic toward the mainstream media as some of my conservative friends, such as Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Chris Plante and Ann Coulter. In fact, my heart goes out to them. As evidence of the same, if I had President Donald Trump's ear, I'd urge him to declare this coming Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, a day of remembrance and order that flags be flown at half-staff on all federal buildings.
On Wednesday's New Day, CNN host Alisyn Camerota repeatedly fretted over President Donald Trump attacking Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer for supporting the 1990 immigration law that helped Uzbekistan-born terrorist Sayfullo Saipov to get into the United States.