Media Raged When This One GOP Senator Won; Can You Imagine 2022?
January 22nd, 2022 12:15 PM
Twelve years ago this week, Massachusetts shocked the world as the liberal state elected a Republican Senator, ending then-President Barack Obama’s brief 60 vote majority. The media did not react well to the GOP win, railing about how it was “premeditated murder” and an affront to the cause of the sacred Ted Kennedy. And that was only one Senate win. Imagine how the networks, CNN and MSNBC…
Avlon Slams Justice Breyer's Rationale For Not Resigning as 'Reckless'
July 17th, 2021 6:22 AM
CNN's resident "reality checker" John Avlon joined CNN Newsroom on Wednesday to say that whether or not liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer retires is a choice for him to make, but that he is still being reckless for not considering politics in that decision.
Nets Cheer Dem Upset in Alabama, Mourned GOP Win in Massachusetts
December 15th, 2017 9:44 AM
On Wednesday and Thursday, the broadcast networks were openly enthusiastic about the prospect that Democrat Doug Jones winning the Alabama Senate race could derail the entire Republican legislative agenda. In stark contrast, when Republican Scott Brown pulled off a major upset win in the 2010 Massachusetts Senate race to replace the late Ted Kennedy, the same liberal media went into mourning.
FLASHBACK: Media Mourned When ObamaCare Was in Trouble
March 27th, 2017 3:56 PM
While the liberal media has portrayed the tabling of the ObamaCare replacement bill as a “hugely embarrassing” political failure for President Donald Trump, there is one thing they aren’t doing – calling it a missed opportunity to rescue Americans who have been hurt or burdened by ObamaCare. However, there was a time back in 2010, when liberal reporters were saying…
Williams: Clintons' 'Make America Great' Uses Had Different 'Context'
September 10th, 2016 1:23 PM
Leftist reporters and commentators have been tagging the "Make America Great Again" slogan of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign as bigoted and hateful virtually since his candidacy began. Somehow, even though many of them surely recall it without having to do any research, they've managed to fail to note that Bill Clinton used those very words in 2008 to promote his wife…
CBS Again Pushes False Lib Claim GOP Cut Funding For Ebola Vaccine
October 27th, 2014 10:07 PM
On Monday night, CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid continued to promote an ad by a liberal organization that claims Republicans in Congress are responsible for cutting funding for research hoping to find an Ebola vaccine.
Reid stated at the conclusion of his report on the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley how: “One independent liberal group released…
More Maher Ignorance: Richard Mourdock Lost To 'Elizabeth Warren Up In
November 10th, 2012 1:09 PM
As NewsBusters readers know, one of my favorite things to do on Saturday is expose the stunning ignorance of HBO's Bill Maher.
The Real Time host didn't let me down Friday actually saying during his prepared opening monologue that Indiana's Richard Mourdock lost his senate bid Tuesday to - wait for it! - "Elizabeth Warren up in Massachusetts" (video follows with…
CNN's Baldwin Parrots Dem Talking Point About Scott Brown's Wall St. D
October 25th, 2012 6:19 PM
Reporting on the Massachusetts Senate race on Thursday, CNN's Brooke Baldwin played a Democratic card by noting the amount of Wall Street money Republican incumbent Scott Brown's campaign receives compared with his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren, who has campaigned as a populist opponent of Wall Street.
"The Center for Responsive Politics was reporting nearly 9…
NBC Claims 'Awkward Stumble' for Scott Brown Admiring 'Ultra-Conservat
October 2nd, 2012 5:08 PM
In a report on Tuesday's NBC Today, correspondent Kelly O'Donnell described "awkward stumbles" for Senator Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren in a Massachusetts senatorial debate on Monday. Brown's supposed stumble was that he "first named an ultra-conservative" Antonin Scalia as an example of "a very good judge" and model Supreme Court justice…
Brown Scolds Warren: 'I’m Not a Student In Your Classroom - Please L
October 2nd, 2012 9:11 AM
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R) scolded Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren for interrupting him during their debate Monday.
“Excuse me, I’m not a student in your classroom - please let me respond.”
Elizabeth Warren: Some Of My Best Friends Are Small Businesses
July 23rd, 2012 8:47 PM
In an unintentionally hilarious variation on the some-of-my-best-friends-are line employed by people defending themselves against accusations of prejudice, Elizabeth Warren—lefty Dem candidate for Senate from Massachusetts—has claimed that various people close to her have started small businesses.
Warren let loose her laugh line on Al Sharpton's MSNBC show this evening,…
Maddow Lapses Into Amnesia About Proposed Brown-Warren Debate
June 28th, 2012 7:00 PM
For someone seemingly so bright, Rachel Maddow sure has a short memory.
There she was on June 19, talking about a proposed debate between GOP Sen. Scott Brown and Democrat challenger Elizabeth Warren and mocking Brown with her trademark brand of arm-waving, arrested adolescent sarcasm (video after page break) --
Rachel Maddow Reprises Role of Anguished Diva Scorned by Scott Brown
June 20th, 2012 9:10 PM
Has Rachel Maddow ever considered trying her hand at fiction?
What am I saying? She already does, just about every night on MSNBC. (video after page break)
Scott Brown Won't Debate Elizabeth Warren With MSNBC As Sponsor
June 18th, 2012 11:46 PM
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Ma.) has told the Edward M. Kennedy Institute that he will only participate in a debate against Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren if MSNBC drops out as sponsor.
The Boston Globe reported Monday: