Vile, GOP-Hating Hollywood Shows Richard Nixon Farting, Showering
The vile new TV series Gaslight has mercifully ended. The show, centered around Richard Nixon and the Watergate burglary, went out in gross fashion recently. Even considering how Hollywood hates Republicans, the Starz series went way beyond, finding it necessary to feature Nixon farting, showering, and a shot of his bare behind.
FLASHBACK: Nixon Hammered Extreme Bias of Liberal Press in 1962
As conservatives gear up for a contentious midterm election, Republicans such as Ron DeSantis have been battling the bias and dishonesty of the press. As we all know, it’s not a new complaint. But it predates 2022, as well as Trump, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan. Way back on election night in 1962, after Richard Nixon lost his bid to be governor of California, he called…
Woodward, Bernstein Cite Themselves to be Optimistic About Democracy
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein joined CBS The Late Show host Stephen Colbert on Tuesday to reminiscence for four segments about the fall of Richard Nixon during Watergate and assuage Colbert’s fears about the future of democracy by citing their roles in that process.
CBS Hypes Biden Following Line of Presidential Late Night Appearances
Led by White House correspondent Ed O’Keefe, the cast of Thursday’s CBS Mornings reacted to President Biden’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! not by lamenting Biden only sitting down for softball interviews, but that Biden was following in the history of presidents using late night shows to appear more relatable.
Government Propaganda, American Style
As with many things, propaganda can be used for good or for ill, depending on who dispenses it. During World War II, American propaganda was considered a necessary tool in the pursuit of victory in a moral cause. Germany and Japan had their own propaganda machines to advance an evil agenda. The Nazi propaganda effort was headed by Joseph Goebbels to whom the term “The Big Lie,” meaning if one…
Vile Wash Post Smears U.S.: Commitment to Ending Racism Died in 1973
The Washington Post features a regular history section called Retropolis. And the idea — at least in theory — is to deliver engaging history lessons in the print and online editions of the paper. Instead, on April 6, the Post devoted an entire section of the print paper to Retropolis. That day's edition spewed vile at the United States, claiming the country ended its…
NBC's Beschloss Smears Youngkin, GOP as 'Playing the Race Card'
Appearing as a guest on MSNBC's The Sunday Show, NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss charged that Virginia Republican governor-elect Glenn Youngkin "played the race card" to get elected, and was "perfectly happy to connect with Virginia's horrible, violent, ugly history, which is centuries of slavery, white supremacy politics."
My Message for Southern Baptists at the Convention: Repent!
Cover-ups of sexual misconduct, allegations of racism and intimidation of those who wish to speak their minds but can’t for fear of losing their jobs. It sounds like the dysfunctional ways of the world, doesn’t it? These are just some of the problems the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) will confront this week as their 16,000 “messengers” gather in Nashville. Instead of obeying their…
Ministry of Truth 2.0
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is reportedly considering the development of tools that would help America's children discern truth from lies and know when they are being fed “disinformation.” The Washington Times, which first reported the story, says a department spokesperson declined to give details, but that more information would be revealed “in the coming…
It Didn’t Start With Trump: Remember This Early Press Lie About GOP?
A look-back in media history. 1952. The question from a reporter to the candidate was this: “Senator, what is this ‘fund’ we hear about? There is a rumor to the effect that you have a supplementary salary of $20,000 a year, contributed by a hundred California businessmen. What about it?”
NBC ‘Historian’ Suggests Police Wanted Violence, Trump Will Use Nukes
Just past midnight Thursday after one of the more surreal days in U.S. history, NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss all but donned a tinfoil hat on MSNBC to offer some utterly unhinged conspiracy theories, all cheered by 11th Hour host Lyin’ Brian Williams. Over the course of 11 and a half minutes, Beschloss suggested U.S. Capitol Police wanted and ensured violence took…
CNN Frets Trump Promising 'Law and Order' Like Nixon
On Sunday's The Situation Room on CNN, host Wolf Blitzer gave a forum to CNN contributor John Dean to trash President Donald Trump over his reaction to recent protests and riots by left-wing activists. The former aide to President Richard Nixon who has been a perennial critic of Republicans in the decades since he left the White House invoked complaints by liberals about Nixon…
MSNBC's Joy Reid Organizes Smear Segment: Reaganism Equals Racism
On Tuesday's The ReidOut, MSNBC host Joy Reid was joined by contributors Anand Giridharadas and Kurt Bardella as the three trashed Republicans for trying to restrain government spending as the three all went along with the premise that Republicans do so in part out of a lack of concern for minorities.
Al 'Tawana Brawley' Sharpton Ties Trump's 'Law and Order' to Racism
On Saturday's PoliticsNation show, MSNBC host Al Sharpton griped about President Donald Trump and former President Richard Nixon promising "law and order" in their presidential campaigns as the MSNBC host alluded to the liberal trope that it is racist to promise to fight crime. Sharpton accused both Trump and Nixon of wronging "peaceful" protesters by accusing them of violence even…