Rough Day? Jean-Pierre Flubs Basic Questions on Biden’s COVID Bout

July 22nd, 2022 1:14 PM

Thursday wasn’t supposed to feature a White House press briefing, but President Biden’s positive COVID-19 diagnosis meant Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was thrown before the press corps and, like most stays, she stepped on plenty of rakes. Over the course of the briefing, she failed to answer and scoffed at basic questions about how the President contracted the virus, whether she herself…


WATCH: Doocy Calls Out Lefty Gaslighting on Defunding the Police

June 28th, 2021 6:29 PM

Monday’s White House press briefing quickly became an epic messaging embarrassment for the the Biden administration as, under questioning from the Fox News Channel’s Peter Doocy, Press Secretary Jen Psaki argued that Republicans (and not Democrats) have defunded the police and gave the White House’s blessing to America-hating Olympian Gwen Barry.

WashPost Plays Up Gettysburg Address Anniversary, But Completely Skips

November 19th, 2013 8:57 AM
On the front of Tuesday's Style section of The Washington Post is an article titled "Hallowed ground, restored to its roots." The Post assigned gardening writer Adrian Higgins, who wrote of an "elaborate celebration of the 150th anniversary of the president's original remarks" at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in 1863. But nowhere in the 25-paragraph story about clearing the landscape is there any…

National Journal's Condon Relishes Obama Attempt to Preempt GOP Debate

August 31st, 2011 4:41 PM
"Obama Takes Republicans' Night From Them With Speech," exults the August 31 headline for National Journal reporter George Condon Jr.'s story on the president's wish to give a speech on his economic recovery plan on September 7. The text of the article practically rings with approval of the president's rude and presumptuous request (emphasis mine):

Media Softballs to Obama: Why Won't Republicans 'Budge' on Tax Increas

July 11th, 2011 5:10 PM
Six out of seven reporters, called on by Barack Obama at today's press conference, asked a question of the President that came from the left and/or blamed Speaker John Boehner and the Republicans for standing in the way of a deal on the debt ceiling. Ben Feller of the AP, began the trend of questioning when he asked how Obama was going to deal with Republicans who were "adamantly" opposed to…