The Horror: Teen Vogue Fears More Prayer in School
Another day, another terrible take from the writers at Teen Vogue. As usual, the writers manipulate their young audience to believe that things that are good for them are bad. This time, it's about prayer.
Colbert Compares Praying Football Coach to Satanic Goat Sacrifice
CBS’s Stephen Colbert used Wednesday’s edition of The Late Show to express his displeasure at the Supreme Court ruling in favor of a praying public high school football coach. According to Colbert’s less than brilliant analysis, the decision could lead the way to Satanic goat sacrifices at your local high school football game.
Big Tech Lets Leftist Group Doxxing SCOTUS to Remain on Platforms
A leftist group posted home addresses of six right-leaning Supreme Court justices but hasn’t been restricted by any major social media sites. The doxxing attack appears to violate several site policies such as harassment and sharing content that reveals others’ private information.
Justices Roberts, Gorsuch & Sotomayor Blow Up NPR’s Masking LIE
The day after NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg laid an egg with a report suggesting conservative Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was spitefully ignoring requests from Chief Justice John Roberts (conservative) and Justice Sonia Sotomayor (liberal) to wear a mask in oral arguments, every party named in the report publicly declared it to be patently untrue. And despite these…
Shannon Bream Busts Fake News From NPR: Gorsuch Spiteful on Masking
NPR Legal Affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg gave us yet another reason to defund the government-financed radio station on Tuesday when she published some fake news suggesting Justice Neil Gorsuch was spitefully rejecting pleas from Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Sonia Sotomayor to wear a mask, as the latter is diabetic. But Fox News chief legal correspondent Shannon Bream busted the…
EYE ROLL: WashPost Covid Karen Castigates Gorsuch for Not Wearing Mask
With the U.S. Supreme Court hearing arguments about the legality of federal vaccine mandates, a certain Covid Karen at the Washington Post is really irked about something vaguely related: Masks. The deputy editorial page editor and longtime columnist for said periodical, Ruth Marcus, went postal because Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch was not wearing a mask while hearing oral…
Chuck Schumer’s Filibuster Hypocrisy
Hypocrisy and lies from politicians are so rampant in Washington that hardly anyone pays them much attention anymore. Perhaps that is why our cynicism about so many things political deepens and distrust of our institutions is pervasive. A co-conspirator in all of this is Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who has set the middle of the month as his target for changing the…
CNN Goes Hypothetical, Frets Over GOP Blocking Biden Court Pick
On Monday's New Day show, CNN hosted far-left justice analyst Elie Mystal for a second time to rant against Senator Mitch McConnell and the possibility that the Republican leader would block a U.S. Supreme Court pick by President Joe Biden if Republicans take back the Senate.
Twitter Lefties Lose It Over SCOTUS Donor Disclosure Decision
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a stunning defeat to the enemies of the First Amendment by invalidating a California law forcing nonprofits to disclose their largest donors — and liberals are losing it.
Nicolle Wallace Slurs Amy Barrett: A 'Real Right-Wing Lunatic'
On the heels of her buddy Steve Schmidt joining the Democrat party, Nicolle Wallace apparently decided today to expose the depths of her seething disdain for conservatives. On her MSNBC show Wednesday afternoon, Wallace alluded to Amy Coney Barrett as a "real right-wing lunatic."
CNN Cues Doc to Slam SCOTUS Ruling on Churches as 'Absolutely Crazy'
On Thursday afternoon, CNN fill-in host Boris Sanchez cued up frequent guest Dr. Peter Hotez to trash the conservative majority on the Supreme Court for its ruling that New York cannot discriminate against houses of worship in its anti-pandemic restrictions, with the Baylor College of Medicine professor declaring that the ruling is "absolutely crazy" and "devalues human lives."
Michael Steele Mocks Conservatives Over Liberal Court Rulings
Appearing as a guest on Friday's MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle, contributor Michael Steele was true to form as an MSNBC Republican as he mocked conservatives for disapproving of liberal victories in recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings, and bizarrely suggested that iconic former conservative Justice Antonin Scalia would approve of the decisions.