Fmr. Cruz Aide: Trump Now Believes He'll Lose Nomination at Convention
April 13th, 2016 8:56 AM
Does Donald Trump think he's going to lose the nomination at the convention? Are his current complaints about RNC "dirty tricks," the system being "rigged," etc. a preview of the explanation he'll be offering when he does indeed lose? Yes, and yes, if you buy what former senior Cruz aide Rick Tyler said on today's Morning Joe.
After the show rolled…
ABC’s WNT Promotes Trump Ally’s Threat to Anti-Trump RNC Delegates
April 5th, 2016 7:40 PM
Instead of focusing on the latest developments in Wisconsin concerning the Republican presidential primary, ABC’s World News Tonight used 25 seconds to eagerly promote Donald Trump supporter/former adviser Roger Stone’s threat to expose the hotel room numbers and locations of delegates to the Republican National Convention that won’t be supporting the billionaire candidate…
ABC’s Ignorance of the Republican Party Exposed in Drama ‘The Family’
March 14th, 2016 1:28 AM
I’ve been wary of how ABC’s new suspense drama The Family would play politics from the beginning. The main character Claire Warren (Joan Allen), whose son has mysteriously reappeared after being missing and thought dead for 10 years, is a Republican running for governor in a campaign run by her daughter, Willa. It took until the third episode, “Of Puppies and Monsters…
Touchy Hillary Spox Won't Say She's a 'Liberal'
February 3rd, 2016 7:18 PM
Of all the things you can call John Heilemann, one thing you cannot is "clandestine Republican operative." So it might be a sign of just how frazzled the Hillary campaign has become that her spokesman has in essence accused Heilemann of being a GOP catspaw.
On today's With All Due Respect, Heilemann pressed Clinton spox Brian Fallon as to whether Hillary would call herself a…
NBC NN Fails to Cover NBC Being Stripped of GOP Debate, Given to CNN
January 18th, 2016 8:50 PM
On Monday, the major English and Spanish network ignored on their evening newscasts the decision by the Republican National Committee (RNC) to officially strip NBC News of its chance to host the February 26 Republican presidential debate that was soon after awarded to CNN (while keeping previous partners Telemundo and National Review).
Bozell Commends RNC for Dumping ‘Unworthy’ NBC News as Debate Host
January 18th, 2016 6:08 PM
MRC President Brent Bozell issued the following statement on Monday in reaction to the Republican National Committee’s decision to officially cut ties with NBC News for a planned February 26 Republican presidential debate.
“This was the right move by the RNC. After the dreadful performance by CNBC’s moderators at the Republican debate in October, it makes no sense to continue…
Scarborough: Cons Would Trash MSM That Treated Trump Like Fox Did
August 10th, 2015 9:23 AM
Joe Scarborough began with a telling admission: that if he were running the Republican party, he wouldn't let MSNBC host a GOP debate.
But the Morning Joe host went on to make an interesting point today: that if an MSM network had hit Donald Trump with the same sort of gotcha questions that Fox News did during this past Thursday night's debate, the reaction from…
Thomas Roberts Lectures Black Republican: GOP Trying To ‘Disenfranch
December 5th, 2013 8:07 AM
It’s becoming clearer every day that the liberal hosts at MSNBC have no interest in giving conservatives a fair shake on their network. Time and time again, MSNBC hosts such as Thomas Roberts proudly slander Republicans of engaging in hateful acts such as a “war on women” or a “war on voting.”
With such hostility towards conservatives at the network, it makes you…
Hypocritical Ex-DNCer Karen Finney Blasts Priebus Over Debates; In
August 13th, 2013 2:17 PM
It’s hardly surprising that MSNBC host and former DNC communications director Karen Finney took issue with Reince Priebus’ campaign against the liberal media on Saturday’s Disrupt. Finney mocked “Reince’s rage” and suggested that the Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman is “full of you know what.”
What is surprising is that Finney…