Streaming giant Netflix released the documentary Reversing Roe on Sept. 13, with its directors touting it as an impartial investigation into both sides of the contentious abortion debate in America. As reported by MRC Culture on Sept. 18, the film did not live up to its lofty expectations as hours of interview footage with pro-life women were excluded from the film.



This morning, Fox and Friends blasted View host Joy Behar’s hypocrisy in calling conservative Vice President Mike Pence “mentally ill” for confessing he talked to God, while ignoring liberal democrat Oprah Winfrey admitting she does so as well.



Finally unburdened by idea of connecting with people on the other political side, comedian Sarah Silverman gleefully mocks those in conservative media in the finale of her Hulu show I Love You, America. Alongside the traditional mocking of Christians and Jesus Christ, of course. Merry Christmas, everyone!



On Friday's The Last Word, a panel of MSNBC regulars fretted over President Donald Trump's speech to the Values Voters Summit, and made their latest accusations of racist "code," with contributor Jonathan Capehart ridiculously suggesting that the words "take their country back" used by Tea Partiers in 2010 was motivated by racism. Substitute host Ali Velshi also fretted over a flyer from the event warning about the dangers of homosexuality, and, while previewing the segment, even briefly mentioned the MRC's "I Don't Believe the Liberal Media" bumper stickers that were also displayed on Saturday's AM Joy.



On Saturday's AM Joy on MSNBC, during a discussion of President Donald Trump's appearance at the Values Voters Summit, host Joy Reid fretted over MRC bumper stickers criticizing the liberal media while also griping about flyers for a book exposing the dangers of homosexual behavior that were given out. Reid reacted: "I mean, the stuff that they're distributing there, it feels so counter to the core message of love in the Christian Bible that it's hard for me to believe that they read that Bible and they get that out of it."

 



Donald Trump has continuously circumnavigated the media, proving that he “doesn’t need the media, he is the media,” according to MRC Vice President for Business and Culture Dan Gainor. Following the confusion leading up to Trump’s meeting with The New York Times, Gainor told Trish Regan on Fox Business Network’s Intelligence Report on November 22 that the media need Trump “as much as he needs them.”



As the media continue to target president-elect Donald Trump, MRC Vice President for Business and Culture Dan Gainor urged the media to “start being professional and do their jobs right.” On Fox Business Network’s After the Bell on November 21, Gainor talked with host Melissa Francis about the media’s perpetuation of “fake news” to make Trump look bad.



Since the 2016 presidential election, the media have doubled down in their efforts to undermine president-elect Donald Trump. On Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs Tonight on November 17, MRC Vice President for Business and Culture Dan Gainor slammed the media for trying to “take down” Trump’s nominees in order to “defeat his administration.” 



The liberal news media are “trying to carry [Clinton] across the finish line,” according to MRC Vice President for Business and Culture Dan Gainor. He slammed the media for its pro-Clinton bias on Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs Tonight  Nov. 5. Discussing the media’s involvement in this election cycle, Dobbs noted not only the “bias” in Clinton’s favor, but the “complicity of the national liberal media,” especially regarding the lack of coverage of the FBI investigations and the WikiLeaks revelations.



One of the many news outlets to cite the now-viral study by my colleague Rich Noyes about the massive slant in anti-Donald Trump network coverage was Wednesday’s Outnumbered on the Fox News Channel (FNC) and the assembled panel used it as a launching point to excoriate the double standard in propelling Trump to the nomination but now turning on him.



The recently leaked trove of emails from Hillary Clinton and her staff, revealed many items of concern including cozy and unethical interactions with the press. MRC Vice President for Business and Culture Dan Gainor chastised the media saying, “This is the worst bias election probably anybody has ever seen anywhere.



On Sunday August 28 Univision’s Jorge Ramos appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources to talk about Donald Trump, immigration, and respond to the Media Research Center’s call for him to be removed from the anchor chair. Because of Ramos’ active opposition to Trump, MRC Founder Brent Bozell put out a statement which said, “At the very least, Univision should remove Ramos from the network’s national evening news anchor chair, from now through Election Day.” Ramos’ response was a resounding no.