One can always count on the left to overreach. Thursday’s Hardball featured MSNBC legal analyst Paul Butler arguing that President Trump’s Charlottesville response was only a continuation of “white racism” put forth by former Republican Presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. To make the show’s more loony, guest Erroll Southers later argued that “the right-wing” is “the greatest threat to our nation’s homeland and national security” thanks to Trump.


On Wednesday, Antifa was given prominent and positive coverage on MSNBC and not only did it go beyond the pro-Antifa MTP Daily segment but extended to Hardball. Host Chris Matthews featured a guest that gushed over the violent leftists as “diverse” and mostly “peaceful” while another was pathetic unprepared. 


Es natural que la cobertura que MRC Latino le brinda al sesgo en los medios hispanos sea proporcional a por ciento de participación en el mercado, y gire -por ende- mayormente alrededor de Univision y Telemundo, Pero como vemos en el segmento a continuación, es el canal Azteca América el más consistente cuando de sesgos desquiciados se trata.


La dependencia de Univision en la continuación de un sistema de inmigración irrestricta exige que cualquier esfuerzo para controlar nuestras frontera se ataque y se difame- aún a costa de la verdad. Eso fue lo precisamente lo que vimos en edición reciente de Al Punto, cuando el presentador Jorge Ramos hizo distorsiones desfachatadas del proyecto de Ley Para Reformar La Inmigración Estadounidense Para Una Economía Fuerte (RAISE, por sus siglas en inglés) ante la teleaudiencia de Univision.


Seconds after President Trump’s Monday remarks finally calling out the KKK, neo-Nazis, and white supremacists by name, CNN hosts and panelists made clear that there was nothing Trump could have said that would have satisfied them, excoriating him for not going far enough and announcing “policy in terms of addressing this.”


Continuing to show her childish behavior and pivot toward becoming a full-blown Democrat, CNN political commentator Ana Navarro declared on Monday morning’s CNN Newsroom that President Trump’s response to Charlottesville’s neo-Nazi violence proved he’s a spineless “coward” and “nincompoop” who’s “unfit to be human.”


Univision's dependence on unchecked immigration evidently demands that any effort to control our borders be attacked and smeared - even at the expense of the truth. That is precisely what viewers saw on Univision's weekly public affairs program, Al Punto, as anchor Jorge Ramos made blatant material misrepresentations of the Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy (RAISE) Act to Univision's audience.


Two days after informing viewers that his “job...actually is to scare people to death” about war with North Korea, MSNBC host Brian Williams and guests served up more kooky thoughts on Thursday’s The 11th Hour by comparing President Trump to Kim Jong-un and swooning over a “renaissance” in American journalism. Oh, and that was all within the show’s opening segment, aka the A-Block.


ABC political analyst and faux Republican Matthew Dowd spent Wednesday afternoon with fellow liberal Republican Nicolle Wallace’s Deadline White House, serenading MSNBC viewers with the claim that Trump’s “fire and fury” statement could easily be said by North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un. Receiving zero pushback, Dowd also speculated that Europe is more scared of Trump than a murderous communist like Kim Jong-un.


MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews put forth a theory on Thursday night that the reason droves of everyday Americans aren’t as obsessed with the Trump-Russia investigation (aka removing Trump from office) as the New York City and Washington D.C. liberal media are due to the decline of local newspapers featuring national news stories about Russian collusion.


On Friday, Washington Post media reporter Paul Farhi asked the question “A briefing room clash may be good TV, but is it good journalism?” The Post mostly answered “yes,” and Farhi never compared today’s clashes to anything that happened under Barack Obama. The journalists who badgered Trump aide Stephen Miller “say they have no regrets for aggressively seeking answers,” Farhi reported.

Jim Acosta boasted “As my mother told me recently, ‘Let other people be the wallflower,’....If quoting from the Statue of Liberty is pushing too hard, I’m going to keep pushing.”


With Don Lemon taking some vacation, CNN Tonight has featured New Day co-host Chris Cuomo, so Wednesday’s show went as well as you’d expect with liberal propaganda, a full defense of Jim Acosta after being thrashed by Stephen Miller, and unchallenged fake news by April Ryan.