CNN Prepares for SCOTUS to Disappoint Them With Higher Ed. Cases
Tuesday’s CNN This Morning anticipated the Supreme Court would rule against affirmative action and student loan forgiveness, cases which still were undecided hours later. Unsurprisingly, CNN preemptively decried possible outcomes and advocated for both liberal policies.
Despite Denials, CNN Reveals Hypocrisy On Dem And GOP-Appointed Judges
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's Breaking News: Conservative Gov. Likes Conservative Justice
CNN This Morning presented viewers on Tuesday with the breaking news that Florida Governor and presidential candidate Ron DeSantis was friends with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and that they first met three years ago at the 2020 Federalist Society Dinner. They also found it scandalous that DeSantis praised Thomas on stage, while introducing him.
CNN Mourns EPA Losing 5-4 At Supreme Court (It Was 9-0)
Senior Supreme Court analyst Joan Biskupic joined Kate Bolduan on Thursday’s CNN News Central to react to a 9-0 Supreme Court defeat for the Environmental Protection Agency. However, Biskupic told a different story and instead claimed the result was 5-4.
'They Worked Together,' CNN Relitigates and Denies the 2000 Election
On Tuesday, some private letters belonging to former liberal Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens were released to the public. Some of the letters were related to Bush v. Gore, which gave the cast of CNN This Morning the chance on Wednesday to relitigate the case because, apparently, election denialism is okay when liberals do it. Additionally, it would be argued that…
PBS Uses Thomas to Push Reporter’s Book Warning of Scary Righty SCOTUS
CNN Supreme Court analyst Joan Biskupic gives off a Nina Totenberg vibe, a longtime legal reporter who's all about diminishing the conservatives. So it's only natural that she was invited on the CNN/PBS-aired talk show Amanpour & Co. The news hook was a ProPublica probe into Clarence Thomas and his ritzy travel with a GOP "megadonor."
CNN Declares Court Has 'A Real Stain' After Roe's Demise
CNN legal analyst and John Roberts biographer Joan Biskupic joined Tuesday’s New Day to discuss the state of the Supreme Court, which Biskupic alleged has “a real stain” on its image after the Dobbs ruling and that Roberts is “in denial” when he tells me that simply disagreeing with the Court does not mean it is illegitimate.
CNN Pans Alito's 'Aggrievement' and 'Nasty' Response to Dobbs Critics
Recently, Justice Samuel Alito gave a speech in Rome where he ridiculed foreign critics of the Dobbs decision and while critics deserved to be called out for their uninformed hot takes, CNN legal analyst and Supreme Court biographer Joan Biskupic joined CNN Newsroom on Friday to label the marks as having a “tone of aggrievement” and “nasty.”
CNN Laments Roberts Failed to Change 'Very Hard-Right' Dobbs Majority
CNN legal analyst and John Roberts biographer Joan Biskupic reported on Tuesday’s CNN Newsroom that Roberts tried and ultimately failed to persuade his “very hard-right” colleagues to only uphold Mississippi’s pro-life law, but go no further in the recent Dobbs case. Roberts’s failure was also taken a sign that the Court has discredited his desire to be seen as non-political…
Toobin Wrongly Dismisses AZ, PA Republicans as Very Gerrymandered
Over the past couple of days, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin has been giving a preview of how journalists and other liberals are going to keep trying to blame gerrymandering for Republican power no matter what the facts are.
CNN MELTS DOWN Over EPA Ruling, Insists SCOTUS Is Hurting the Planet
Along with their comrades over on MSNBC, CNN became unmoored Thursday morning in their reactions to the Supreme Court dealing a blow to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) authority in regulating greenhouse gas emissions, arguing the Court doesn’t want to save Earth by “addressing climate change” and leveled “a blow” to the “administrative state.”
Trump v. Liberal Media: When Is it Okay to Criticize a Court Ruling?
Since the U.S. Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022, the liberal media have been clutching their pearls to powder while opining that “Trump judges” are destroying the Court’s credibility. The liberal media often question the legitimacy of the highest court in the land over rulings they dislike. But just a few years ago, they accused former President Trump of “…
Crying for Roe: CNN Claims Women Will Be Barred from Tracking Cycle
From the moment the news of Roe v. Wade getting over turned broke on Friday, CNN Newsroom’s panel of partisan hacks and fake journalists feverishly started spewing all kinds of doomsday-saying nonsense. Between legal analyst Jennifer Rodger literally tearing up and claiming women won’t “have the right to track their own cycles,” and chief masturbation expert Jeffrey Toobin…
Sciutto Falsely Slams Supreme Court Conservatives for Border Hypocrisy
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court declined to issue a stay of a lower court ruling that the Biden administration's decision to repeal former President Trump's Remain in Mexico was "arbitrary and capricious" and thus illegal. On Wednesday, CNN Newsroom host Jim Sciutto declared this to be an outrageous act of hypocrisy.