The NewsBusters Weekly Recap: October 28 to November 3

November 3rd, 2006 4:33 PM

With less then a week before Election Day, members of the mainstream media are doing everything they can to elect Democrats. MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann has stepped up his fevered attacks, referring to President Bush as both "stupid" and a liar. Later on in the week, he included Media Research Center President Brent Bozell in the November 2 "Worst Person in the World" segment.

Speaking of cable networks, an analysis of the CNN "Broken Government" special shows that Lynne Cheney was right in denouncing it as nothing more then left-wing Daily Kos-style propaganda.

Over on CBS, "The Evening News" featured a laudatory segment on "trend setting" California. Not so coincidentally, all the trends were liberal. On the subject of morning bias, "Today’s" David Gregory turned over a segment to Michael J. Fox and his promotion of Democratic candidates.

Completing the network trilogy, ABC’s "Good Morning America" talked to a group of "real-life actual voters"in a Ohio diner. Oddly enough, none of these hungry citizens seemed to like Republicans very much. Perhaps this was a Democratic diner.

Charles Gibson, a former morning host himself, described John Kerry’s "stuck in Iraq" comment as simply an "idle political remark."

Mr. Gibson also appeared this week on "The View." He told co-host Rosie O’Donnell that "there’s no such thing as objectivity."

Finally, if you’re looking for one last Halloween spook, check out the "Today" show and their wacky costumes.

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