NBC Claims Increased Spending Shows ‘Confidence,’ Omits Inflation

May 30th, 2024 7:10 AM

Wednesday morning’s airing of NBC’s Today included a segment exploring the purported rise of consumer confidence in May. The show’s hosts were joined by senior business correspondent Christine Romans, who broke down the contributing factors and came to the conclusion that people were acting confidently through their spending, while simultaneously not taking into account that goods and…


Nets Play Shameless Tools for Biden on Microchips Visit, Student Loans

March 21st, 2024 5:47 PM

The “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC used their flagship newscasts on Wednesday night and Thursday morning to giddily promote the hundreds of millions far-left New York has ordered former President Trump to pay in multiple partisan prosecutions. In contrast, they eagerly played groupies for the Biden regime with puff pieces on Biden’s microchips visit to Arizona and a new tranche of student…


NBC Hypes ‘Energized’, ‘Feisty’ Biden’s ‘Humor, Combativeness’ at SOTU

March 8th, 2024 1:37 PM

Just as ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday got weak knees over President Biden’s State of the Union address, NBC’s Today followed suit by swooning over the “energized” and “feisty” President’s “mix of energy, humor, combativeness” to deliver a “poignant” speech with “an optimistic view” on the economy standing up for “main street.”


After Morning Spin, The Media Sober Up For Brutal Inflation Report

February 14th, 2024 12:48 AM

“Disappointing”. “Frustrating”. “A rough day for the markets”. After this morning’s cheerful attempts to spin the higher-than-expected Consumer Price Index for January, the networks have very clearly course-corrected. The evening newscasts were far more reflective of the harsh reality of what the report indicated. 


‘Now We Care!’ ABC/NBC Discover Americans Paying More Debt, Fast Food

February 7th, 2024 3:24 PM

While they’ve largely been unwilling to put a spotlight on how bad the economy has been, due in large part to them trying to keep President Biden clean for the election, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today discovered that inflation was causing people to pay more on their debt and shell out more money for fast food on Wednesday. Reacting to the cost of fast food, NBC co…

TV Says You’re Wrong, Joe Biden’s Economy Is Really Wonderful

December 15th, 2023 11:50 AM

As polls show Joe Biden’s re-election is in peril because of the public’s negative opinion of how he’s handled the economy, TV viewers woke up Friday morning to a round of happy talk telling them that, despite what they might think, the economy is really quite spectacular.


NBC Tells Viewers to ‘Bask in the Good News’ About the Economy

November 15th, 2023 2:48 PM

NBC’s Today had an update Wednesday on inflation following Tuesday’s release of last month’s inflation numbers with prices rising 3.2 percent, but NBC liberals wanted us to “bask in the good news for a minute” with prices falling in all sorts of sectors before conceding “grocery prices are too high” and the public “doesn't feel” the way they’re supposed to (as in positively) about the…


STUDY: CNN Tries to Shove ‘Bidenomics’ Down Americans’ Throats

August 10th, 2023 1:49 PM

As soon as President Joe Biden publicly embraced “Bidenomics,” CNN began doing everything it could to slip the term into the minds of viewers like a Jedi mind trick to blind people to the economic woes his policies have created. 


CNN Host Disparages Titanic Explorers for Their Wealth Acquisition

June 23rd, 2023 5:22 PM

On Friday, CNN This Morning described the deceased members of the OceanGate Titanic submersible tour as risk junkies who willingly took on danger for exclusive experiences too expensive for the average person. Chief business correspondent Christine Romans considered their wealth and adventurousness overindulgent and twisted their lifestyle to suggest that they earned their money by…


Despite Denials, CNN Reveals Hypocrisy On Dem And GOP-Appointed Judges

June 22nd, 2023 11:20 AM

On June 15, Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) accused CNN’s Kailtan Collins of referring to Judge Aileen Cannon as “Trump-appointed” in order to instill doubt in the Trump documents case and questioned whether she would do the same if the judge was appointed by Barack Obama. Collins defended herself by saying “We talk about who judges were appointed by all the time.” Now, less than one week later we…


CNN Downplays Boycott Dethroning ‘King of Beers’ Bud Light with Modelo

June 15th, 2023 12:24 PM

CNN chief business correspondent Christine Romans appeared on Wednesday Morning’s CNN News Central with anchor John Berman to attempt to explain Modelo’s takeover as the most popular beer company in America, a title which had previously been held by Bud Light. Romans tried to pin the cause for this as being primarily “flat-out changing tastes” and “clever advertising” on Modelo’s part…


CNN Suggests GOP Is Against the Public Good Citing IRS Spending Cuts

May 30th, 2023 5:11 PM

CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans criticized Republicans for the amount of money the potential budget deal allotted to the IRS on Tuesday. The proposed plan included $60 billion for the IRS as opposed to the $80 billion that Democrats favored. Romans portrayed Republicans as opposed to the public good because they didn’t want to increase the bureaucracy’s budget. She failed to…


CNN Calls Debt Ceiling Talks a ‘Philosophical’ and ‘Irrational Fight’

May 25th, 2023 3:03 PM

Politicians continued to negotiate the debt ceiling on Wednesday and Thursday but still have not reached a consensus. CNN This Morning anchors and correspondents believed the discussion surrounding the debt ceiling was unnecessary and destabilized the world economy and called Republicans’ efforts to curb America’s spending an “irrational fight.”


OH GROW UP: CNN Throws Fit Over House GOP Voting to Gut IRS Funding

January 12th, 2023 4:19 PM

CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans had a hissy fit over House Republicans voting to gut the $80 billion IRS funding following their pledge to nix plans to hire 87,000 new IRS employees over the next ten years.