Chris Matthews blasted the GOP's apparent "bad manners [and] lack of dignity" minutes before President Obama's State of the Union address on 28 January 2014. Matthews expressed his outrage moments after MSNBC's Chris Hayes spotlighted a Republican congressman's attack on President Obama on Twitter: "The very idea that they would do this, in what is a historic occasion, just tells you that there are no rules."
[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] In 1999, ABC's effort to turn people against guns informing Americans of the deeply obvious point: Guns shouldn't be left in toy chests. ABC did this again in 2014.
[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] The journalists at ABC are again going after gun ownership in the most absurd manner possible. Diane Sawyer and David Muir want American parents to know that they shouldn't leave unattended guns around toys, candy and in the backpacks of children.
[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] Previewing Barack Obama's State of the Union on Tuesday, Good Morning America's Jon Karl hyped the President's move to unilaterally act "where he can without Congress." Eight years ago, however, ABC hit George W. Bush for being unwilling to compromise.
CNN's Chris Cuomo sang the praises of hip-hop artist Macklemore on the 27 January 2014 edition of New Day for his pro-LGBT agenda "Same Love" track, and for his part in the mass wedding ceremony at the Grammy Awards on Sunday: "I think you got to give it to Macklemore, because he's really inserted social consciousness back into rap, and that's a very welcome thing to a lot of people."
[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] CBS analyst Mellody Hobson, whose husband George Lucas is worth $7.3 billion, appeared on This Morning to slam excessive salaries for corporate bosses.
To be fair, MSNBC is not the only liberal news channel to edit the Huckabee video clip without disclosing if they did so for time or context.
[See video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] Chris Matthews played his favorite type of game on Thursday, using the comments of one Republican to generalize the entire conservative movement.
[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] The journalists at CBS This Morning on Friday appeared excited over the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, hyping the "cannabis capitalism" in the state and a new "pot tour" business that has sprouted up.
[For more, see video cross-posted at NewsBusters.] Excited about the possibility of New Jersey governor Chris Christie no longer being a viable presidential contender, Hardball host Chris Matthews on Wednesday swooned about the Democratic potential for 2016: "This could be like the 1964 election with Lyndon Johnson being portrayed this time by Hillary Clinton, grabbing 60 percent of the vote because she grabs the middle." Matthews continued his hypothetical se