During the 3:00 p.m. hour of Monday's CNN Newsroom, the panel repeatedly compared President Trump to a king as they covered his state visit with Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. In addition to indulging her guests’ suggestions that the President would like to be a king, host Brooke Baldwin teed up British journalist Harry Mount to trash the President.



Everyone’s happy about the arrival of the future king of Britain – that is, everyone at leisure to take note. Presumably, Middle Eastern Christians have been too busy trying to survive to worry over whether the Duchess of Cambridge was in false labor.

And while the hard-nosed journalists at ABC, CBS and NBC have been knitting booties and speculating on names, Middle Eastern Christians have been attacked by Islamists, prevented from worshipping, driven from homes and villages, beaten and executed.



Whoever was manning CNN's news ticker Monday clearly wasn't using his or her head.

Moments after the Royal birth, as CNN International anchor Becky Anderson reported the news live from outside of Buckingham Palace above a chyron reading "Duchess Catherine Gives Birth To A Son," a story about a three-year-old fatally shooting himself in Arkansas scrolled at the bottom of the screen concluding "Child Pronounced Dead On The Scene" (video follows with commentary):



The royal prince is barely a day old, but already lefties are crossing their fingers in hopes that he’s gay.

Huffington Post hyped what may be the dumbest polling ever this morning – a survey claiming that a majority of Brits would react favorably if the son born yesterday to Prince William and Kate Middleton would come out as a homosexual in the future. The survey was conducted by the “lesbian, gay, and bisexual advocacy group Stonewall” (because, of course, they’d have an unbiased and objective viewpoint).



Jay Leno took a another comedic swipe at NBC Monday.

Early in his Tonight Show monologue, the host said, "I was a little bummed out because I was the one that was supposed to deliver the [Royal] baby announcement this afternoon at the hospital, and they replaced me at the last minute” with Jimmy Fallon.



Not surprisingly, America's media are gushing and fawning over the birth of the newest Royal baby in much the same way they do any utterance by President Obama.

Take CNN Royal correspondent Victoria Arbiter who actually said moments after Monday's announcement, "This is how brilliant a Royal Kate is. There are women throughout British Royal family history that have panicked having not being able to deliver a boy. And here we are, Kate did it first time" (video follows with transcript and commentary):