CNN On Debt Limit: 'Nihilistic' Republicans 'Happy To Let World Burn'
On New Day, CNN economics pundit Catherine Rampell said "nihilistic" Republicans, by potentially refusing to join in on raising the debt limit, "could set off a worldwide financial crisis . . . panic through every financial market in the world." Rampell added Mitch McConnell "is basically happy to let the world burn as long as Democrats take the fault."
Feminist Lawyer, RBG in Legal Drama: 'We Were Too Hard' on Romney
What’s a feminist lawyer to do when her back is up against the wall? Apparently, the answer is to dream about asking deceased Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for advice. That is exactly what happened for the second week in a row in Paramount+’s (formerly CBS All-Access) The Good Fight.
MSNBC & CNN Gush Over Biden/GOP Meeting: 'Political Unicorn'
Who cares if Joe Biden was just joshing when he said he wanted to govern in a bipartisan way? At least he didn't curse out Mitt Romney and Susan Collins when he met with them and other Republican senators at the White House yesterday. Ain't Joe wonderful? Unlike that other guy whose name shall not be mentioned. That was the gist of the coverage on MSNBC and CNN this morning regarding the White…
Katie Couric Exclaims Romney 'Seems Like Nelson Mandela At This Point'
Former NBC Today star and CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric toed her usual partisan Democrat line in an appearance on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. Most notably, she insist Mitt Romney "seems like Nelson Mandela at this point." Joe Biden said Romney wanted to but "y'all back in chains" back in 2012, but now he's a secular saint.
MSNBC Guest Mocks Mitt: 'So Nice To Be A White Man in America'
On Jonathan Capehart's MSNBC show, even as guest Brittney Cooper agreed with Mitt Romney that Trump will not invoke martial law or take other measures, she still mocked Mitt, saying: "it must be so nice to be a white man in America today, to have this sort of certainty."
Gayle King LOVES Mitt Now, But She Donated to Obama in 2012 Cycle
CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King on Tuesday hailed the bravery of Mitt Romney, gushing that the “history books” would remember him for his boldness unlike the rest of the Trump-supporting Republican Party. However, she can’t like the GOP senator *that* much. During the 2012 presidential election cycle, King donated to his opponent, Barack Obama.
Brian Williams Sees 'Patriotism' in Opposing Trump Court Pick
On Monday's The 11th Hour, MSNBC host Brian Williams portrayed it as an act of "courage and patriotism" for Republican Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski to oppose the confirmation of a Republican to the U.S. Supreme Court before the election as he wondered if Senator Mitt Romney might join them.
Celebs Blast Romney for Saying He’ll Vote on SCOTUS This Year
Trapped in a corner, desperate liberal mouthpieces in Hollywood have been looking for some last ditch hope that maybe some anti-Trump Republicans, like Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) would provide a voice of reason and push off voting on Trump’s third SCOTUS nomination until after the election, but even that hope was in vain.
TRIGGER ALERT: Lib Reporters Won’t Like This Year’s GOP Convention
Year after year, journalists deride the GOP convention as too far to the right, and castigate the party as hostile to women, minorities and gays. While Democratic attacks on Republicans are applauded, it’s nasty mud-slinging when Republicans dare to launch counter-attacks. Here’s a look back at what these liberal media outlets said about the GOP during the previous eight conventions.
Morning Joe Advice to Dems: Stop Campaigning on 'Reason,' Act Like GOP
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Harwood Floats Conspiracy Theory of Possible Investigation of Schiff
NY Times' Stark Romney Reversal: From Racist Oddball to Defiant Hero
CNN SEETHES Over ‘Dark,’ ‘Disturbing,’ ‘Poisonous’ Trump Speech
CNN showcased for all to see Thursday afternoon its undisputed position as leader of the opposition party and hate for President Trump, lashing out at the post-impeachment speech as an “angry,” “dark,” “disturbing,” “mean-spirited,” “poisonous,” “spiteful,” and “vindictive” “set of remarks” by a man in “a dark place” and “deep psychological distress.”