The Media Research Center's Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Monday, to dismiss the idea that journalists might somehow be turning away from Hillary Clinton. "No, no they're not," declared Bozell. Regarding a criminal investigation into whether the Democrat sent classified e-mails from a private server, the MRC president noted that after initial coverage, "Day two they were already leaving it. Only CBS that night did a story on it, which to me is amazing. Sunday, it was back in the news. Neither ABC nor CBS covered it."
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Earlier today, Geoffrey Dickens at NewsBusters noted how the Big Three morning network news shows on NBC, ABC, and CBS failed to cover President Barack Obama's denial that the Internal Revenue Service ever went after Tea Party and other conservative groups in his appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Specifically Obama said that "it turned out no ... the truth of the matter is there was not some big conspiracy there ... the real scandal around the I.R.S. right now is that it has been so poorly funded."
Following the lead of the Associated Press, whose Josh Lederman completely ignored Obama load of IRS-related horse manure, the same crowd which spent years screaming about how "Bush Lied" about the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq — he didn't lie, period; even the left has to agree, thanks to the New York Times, that it's no longer arguable — has remained notoriously silent about Obama's claim.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Wednesday, to slam the networks for their fawning reaction to Barack Obama's deal with Iran. After noting that journalists fell for optimistic talk about Bill Clinton's negotiations with North Korea, Bozell derided, "...The same reporters in the media are taking the Obama line and they're cheering." Speaking of the deal itself, the MRC President told Stuart Varney: "It is going to be historic and it is historically bad news for this country." Bozell pointed out that there has been some criticism of Obama's plan, suggesting this is "a statement of recognition that this deal is going to come under some tremendous scrutiny on Capitol Hill."
Appearing on FBN's Cavuto: Coast to Coast, MRC President Brent Bozell discussed how the New York Times must fear Marco Rubio's presidential prospects given their recent hit pieces on the GOP candidate.
Appearing on FBN’s Varney and Co. on Thursday, MRC’s Tim Graham blasted ABC’s George Stephanopoulos for failing to disclose a $50,000 donation he made to the Clinton Foundation between 2013-2014 while repeatedly promoting the foundation's charitable work.
During an appearance on FBN’s Varney & Co. on Thursday, MRC President Brent Bozell slammed the “Big Three” (ABC, CBS and NBC) networks for barely covering the latest controversy surrounding the Clinton Foundation.
MRC president appeared Friday afternoon on the Fox Business show Varney & Co and said this about campaign 2016 coverage: “Buy some popcorn! This is going to be the most fascinating...campaign season in years!”
Bozell said he can see both sides of the media coverage, “how the media are going to her best friend and her worst enemy.”
"How in the world" was the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act four times as newsworthy to the liberal media than the revelation that Hillary Clinton's wiped her email server and thus, "[made] it impossible for investigators to find out what was going on with the Benghazi scandal," Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell asked on his April 1 appearance on the Fox Business Network program Varney & Co.
Appearing on Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs Tonight on Monday to discuss Indiana's new religious freedom law, Democratic Strategist Doug Schoen revealed that President Clinton only signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in 1993 because of “electoral practicality.”
Appearing on the Fox Business Network’s (FBN) Varney & Company on Thursday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell reacted to the lack of media coverage following two Washington Post articles that revealed the Clinton Foundation received millions of dollars in donations from foreign governments, including more than $500,000 from the Algerian government while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
Thursday on his Your World show, host Neil Cavuto went after the Obama administration's near obsession with the coverage it gets on Fox News.
While Team Obama can count on the Big Three triumvirate of ABC, CBS and NBC to toe the line, promoting its points while generally avoiding damning information, Fox has generally remained fair and balanced, an approach which has clearly gotten under their ultra-thin skins.
Alan Colmes ran to the defense of the Obama administration on Thursday's Imus in the Morning on Fox Business over their deliberate avoidance of using the term "radical Islam." Producer Bernard McGuirk took a shot at the White House, asserting that "we should say 'Islamic extremism,' because by not saying it is not going to appease anybody." Colmes repeatedly underlined, "It's not Islam," and claimed that the administration's strategy "makes it less dangerous, because you're not going after an entire religion."