With Hillary Clinton still unable to finish off Bernie Sanders many in the liberal media are trying to drag her over the finish line. The night of the Indiana primary, which was a Sanders victory, CNN wanted to know when he would get out of the way and stop hurting Clinton. In a similar way, The Daily Show decided that Thursday night was the right time to actually analyze Sander’s proposals and tell the truth about them.
A new development in Hillary Clinton’s e-mail server scandal broke Thursday. Clinton’s longtime aide Huma Abedin was finally questioned by the FBI. Throughout the day most news outlets praised it as a sign that the investigation was coming to a close. ABC dedicated a quick news brief to the topic, while CBS only allowed it two sentences. While its competitors were busy brushing over the scandal, NBC conducted a sit down interview with Guccifer, the Romanian hacker who claims to have accessed the secretary’s private server.
ANTHONY AGAMO, STUDENT: There’s a group of students that are Republican, and they have a page on Instagram and they post a lot of ugly and racist things against Latinos.
ALEXIA ALVAREZ, STUDENT: They say things like “Build the wall” and a lot of bad things, and say to take all the immigrants out.
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On Thursday, all three network morning shows dutifully promoted the Obama Justice Department threatening to sue North Carolina over its transgender bathroom law and accusing the state of violating the Civil Rights Act.
[See NewsBusters for more.] With no sense of irony or intended humor, a new MSNBC ad claims the network “seeks different perspectives.” Yes, the cable channel home to some of most liberal hosts and journalists on the planet, touted, “We seek different perspectives, connect the dots, approach the story from all the angles.” The condescending commercial lectured, “We break news. Yeah.