WH Press Beclown Themselves: Close Seating Put Our Lives in ‘Jeopardy’
The White House press corps (and like-minded individuals) made a fool out of themselves on Friday, flipping out over how their lives were “put in jeopardy” by being seated closer than six feet apart for President Trump’s Rose Garden remarks while, on the other hand, eagerly promoting massive, nationwide protests for Black Lives Matter.
Alexander, Alcindor Dismiss Positive Jobs News, Tie Economy to Floyd
Seeing as how the liberal media were incensed by Friday’s positive jobs report, PBS’s Yamiche Alcindor and NBC’s Peter Alexander decided to downplay it by shouting obnoxious questions at President Trump following remarks in the Rose Garden. Apparently, the report, which revealed the unemployment rate fell to 13.3 percent in May, wasn’t that important. At one point, Alexander sought to use a…
NYT '1619' Journalist: Immoral to Call Destroying Property 'Violence'
The New York Times Magazine’s ahistorical “1619 Project” author has been all over media outlets this week commenting on the riots and protests over the death of George Floyd. On Tuesday, she made some disturbing arguments justifying violence, to PBS’s Christiane Amanpour and on CBS News Live. Amanpour actually responded as if she agreed with the NYT journalist condoning…
PBS Reporter Slams Trump for Focus on Antifa Over Empathy
On Monday's Andrea Mitchell Reports show on MSNBC, PBS NewsHour White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor sounded more like an advocate than a reporter. She dismissed Trump's focus on violence caused by Antifa and urged him that "in reality," he should be focused on "overwhelmingly peaceful people" at the protests.