'Merry Freaking Christmas': CNN Anchor's Hot Take on Trump Pardons
On CNN's New Day this morning, co-host John Berman felt free to say: "Merry Freaking Christmas." Berman did so for the purpose of scoring a cheap political point about Trump pardons. His notion was that, given the continuing wrangling over the Covid relief package, the unemployed and members of the armed services are unsure of when their relief or pay raises will be coming. But for…
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On Thursday night, the liberal media had to grapple with the surprising prison sentence of 47 months for Paul Manafort by Judge T.S. Ellis. And for MSNBC’s Hardball, the “shocking” and racist decision was characterized as an “breach of justice” by Ellis that’s placed trust in American government “in jeopardy” in favor of allowing his “puppet strings” to be pulled by Moscow.
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