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By Kyle Drennen | | September 12, 2016 | 2:05 PM EDT

After Hillary Clinton nearly collapsed due to an undisclosed case of pneumonia on Sunday, on Monday, all three network morning shows tried to deflect from questions about her health and honesty by claiming that “both candidates” were guilty of not being forthcoming on the issue.

By Kristine Marsh | | September 12, 2016 | 2:05 PM EDT

On Monday’s The View, the panel opened by discussing Hillary Clinton’s health update this weekend that she’s been diagnosed with pneumonia, after her campaign repeatedly denied she was ill. Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar came up with creative excuses to defend the campaign’s lack of transparency, by carefully avoiding the fact that they lied: “People come to work with all kinds of stuff. Doctors say don’t go to work, people go to work anyway.”

By P.J. Gladnick | | September 12, 2016 | 1:08 PM EDT

How do you review a hotel before it even opens? It's simple if you are an over the top liberal moonbat columnist who has a political grudge against the owner to extent you are perfectly willing to toss all credibility away in order to make strictly ideological points. 

In this case it is Washington Post columnist Petula Dvorak who panned Donald Trump's new Washington hotel opening today, the Trump International Hotel. Her column isn't so much as a review since it was written before the hotel even opened as it is one long hate screech against Trump:

By Sarah Stites | | September 12, 2016 | 1:05 PM EDT

At an LGBT fundraiser this past weekend, Clinton lumped half of Trump supporters into what she called the “basket of deplorables,” labeling them as “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic,” and “Islamophobic.” Predictably, her words were Twitter approved by some of her famous fans in the entertainment world.

By Kristine Marsh | | September 12, 2016 | 11:31 AM EDT

On Monday’s Good Morning America, anchors George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts tried to defend Clinton against her critics while interviewing correspondents Martha Raddatz and Jonathan Karl about Hillary Clinton’s health. White House correspondent Jonathan Karl criticized the Clinton camp for repeatedly denying she was ill and said their excuses as “borderline deception.”

By Tom Blumer | | September 12, 2016 | 10:52 AM EDT

The Huffington Post faced a quandary yesterday.

Because of the "medical episode" Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton suffered yesterday, HuffPo Senior Politics Editor Sam Stein knew that far-left website, after months of avoidance, would have to break down and start treating her health and stamina as genuine news topics. But he also decided that he needed to tweet the equivalent of a trigger warning to the website's large cadre of easily offended, reality-avoiding readers.

By Sam Dorman | | September 12, 2016 | 10:36 AM EDT

When it came to covering voters’ most important issue, networks fumbled again in August. Instead, the networks spent more time tackling a football player who protested the national anthem.

By Clay Waters | | September 12, 2016 | 9:59 AM EDT

New York Times “public editor” or ombudsman Liz Spayd is probably not making many friends inside corporate headquarters (and Dan Rather doesn’t approve either) after her latest Sunday Review piece attacked a liberal assumption: “Here’s the Truth About ‘False Balance.’” The text box reads: “For some critics, stories are deemed fair only if they serve their cause.” Paul Krugman, call your office.

By Geoffrey Dickens | | September 12, 2016 | 9:33 AM EDT

In the September 12 edition of Notable Quotables: NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell declared questions about Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy judgement are no longer “on the table," while CNN’s Van Jones concluded “when you look at the fact checkers” Clinton is "one of the most honest politicians in America.” 

At the same time, Donald Trump’s slogan “Making America Great Again” is deemed to be racist code language. Also, journalists rush to defend San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s protest against the National Anthem and the passing of conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly exposes the ugliness on the left.

By Alexa Moutevelis Coombs | | September 12, 2016 | 2:43 AM EDT

Who would have thought it would be the 2017 Miss America Competition that would force ABC to talk about liberal media bias? Of course, it took the liberal media freaking out that Hillary wasn’t handled with kid gloves by Today show host Matt Lauer at MSNBC/NBC’s Commander in Chief Forum last week for this to become an issue raised during the pageant. 

By Tim Graham | | September 11, 2016 | 11:09 PM EDT

Politico touted as “hot audio” Bill Maher making jokes about Donald Trump being assassinated. Well, it was sort of a joke. It had that Maher edge – as in, “seriously, shouldn’t we shoot Trump before he gets elected?” Judging from the giddy reaction from Maher-loving liberals, could we call it “bloodlust”?

By Dylan Gwinn | | September 11, 2016 | 9:02 PM EDT

Several Dolphins players took a knee during the National Anthem on Sunday. This did not sit well with model and actress Kate Upton, and she let the Dolphins know about it on Twitter.

By Brad Wilmouth | | September 11, 2016 | 7:30 PM EDT

Appearing as a guest on Friday's CNN Tonight to discuss the issue of Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players refusing to stand for the National Anthem on the eve of September 11, liberal CNN political commentator Van Jones praised Kaepernick's actions as "deep patriotism" as he derided standing for the anthem or wearing an American flag pin as examples of "cheap patriotism."

By Tom Blumer | | September 11, 2016 | 7:25 PM EDT

Stephanie Cutter believes that Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton really made a mistake in her Friday evening "basket of deplorables" statement about Republican nominee Donald Trump's supporters at a fundraiser in New York City when she limited the "basket" to "half" of them. On Sunday's Meet the Press on NBC, Cutter, the former 2012 Obama presidential campaign manager and short-lived cohost of CNN's failed attempt to revive Crossfire a couple of years ago, made it clear that she believes that far more than half, and perhaps all, of Trump's supporters belong in that "deplorables" basket containing people Mrs. Clinton described as "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, you name it."

By Clay Waters | | September 11, 2016 | 7:00 PM EDT

On the front of Saturday’s New York Times, reporters Jonathan Mahler and Maggie Haberman shed hypocritical tears over the risks to Rudy Giuliani’s “legacy” -- one the paper has spent over a decade doing its best to slur. The former New York City Mayor oversaw a record plunge in city homicides, led the city through 9-11, and currently advocates for Donald Trump. That last detail was the key to “Giuliani Role Risks Legacy To Aid Trump.” Post-9-11, the Times has rarely acknowledged the “legacy” of the former mayor to be anything but Hillary-hating and race-baiting