Amy Coney Barrett
HBO Max's 'Gossip Girl' Reboot Axed- Get Woke, Go Broke!
The debaucherous, pornographic and exploitive drama Gossip Girl returned for a second season to continue poisoning the minds of its teen viewers, but thankfully the show has gotten the axe from HBO Max. (Get woke, go broke!) Not before ten episodes of explicit sex, drugs, and woke SJW politics aired to an impressionable, underage audience, though.
Anti-Catholic Bigotry: The View Demands Justice ACB Recuse Over Faith
As part of their first post-Thanksgiving show on Monday, the cast of ABC The View wallowed in some anti-Catholic bigotry. They demanded that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett recuse herself from a religious liberty case because of her Catholic faith. It was quickly expanded to all the Catholic justices with erroneous accusations that Coney Barrett had either renounced her…
Joe Scarborough's Sudden Respect For Conservative SCOTUS Justices
Reacting to the just-issued Supreme Court decision clearing the way for the IRS to furnish Trump tax returns to the Democrat-controlled House, Joe Scarborough, on Morning Joe, goes on a long spiel hailing the dedication of conservative Justices on the Court for respecting the precepts of "Madisonian checks and balances."
Bye-Bye Tiffany! The Worst of Cross
The following are just some of the most obnoxious outbursts from the now-canceled Tiffany Cross.
Does Tiffany Cross Think 17 Million 'Hungry' Kids Better Off Aborted?
On her MSNBC show, Tiffany Cross decries the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade, citing a false and misleading statistic that in America, 17 million children are hungry. The implicit suggestion is that at least some of those 17 million children would be better off if they had been aborted.
MSNBC Miffed at White Women Who Dare to Vote Republican!
On her Saturday morning MSNBC show, Tiffany Cross devoted a segment to a collective kvetch over white women, who refuse to get with the liberal agenda but instead vote Republican! But Cross and her panelists would also glorify Kamala Harris, who recently said: "How dare they tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her own body." Well, one of the things a woman can "do with her body" is…
Big Tech Lets Leftist Group Doxxing SCOTUS to Remain on Platforms
A leftist group posted home addresses of six right-leaning Supreme Court justices but hasn’t been restricted by any major social media sites. The doxxing attack appears to violate several site policies such as harassment and sharing content that reveals others’ private information.
A Solution to Children's Book Propaganda
Bookstores now sell only certain kinds of children’s books. “Go into Barnes & Noble,” says Bethany Mandel in my new video, “and you will be met with a wall of biographies. Probably 27 different books about former Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Great. A ton about Kamala Harris. Great.” But where are the biographies on conservatives? There weren’t any. She found lots on people…
Cross Hits GOP Sens As Jackson's 'Basic Ass' 'Intellectual Inferiors'
Supreme Court nominees having to answer questions from senators is part of the process, but MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross used her Saturday show to declare that Ketanji Brown Jackson having to answer questions from her “basic ass” “intellectual inferiors” is proof that black women face hurdles in America that others do not.
Editor’s Pick: Twitchy on MSNBC Outraged by Faith Questions to Jackson
On Tuesday, Twitchy writer Sarah D. called out the laughable hypocrisy of a far-left MSNBC host feigning outrage via tweet over Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson being asked about her faith, following Justice Amy Coney Barrett being routinely attacked for her religious beliefs by the leftist media: “Lawrence O’Donnell was overcome with righteous indignation when GOP Sen. Lindsey…
Editor’s Pick: Fox on Media Hailing Jackson After Bashing Barrett
On Tuesday, Fox News Digital senior editor David Rutz and media reporter Joseph A. Wulfsohn reported on the stunning double standard the leftist media have displayed when it comes to Supreme Court nominations under Republican versus Democratic administrations: “Members of the legacy media have offered vastly different coverage between the ongoing Supreme Court confirmation of Judge Ketanji…
Nets Fretted Over ‘Staunch Conservative’ Picks, Skimp on Lib Labels
Joe Biden on February 25 nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson to fill the vacancy of Justice Stephen Breyer. When it comes to ideological labels for Supreme Court nominees, the networks have one rule: Republican nominees are “staunch,” worrisome conservatives. Democratic picks are rarely labeled as extreme liberals.
FLASHBACK: Joy Reid Fawns Over ‘Wonderful’ College Pal Ketanji Jackson
On Friday morning, media reports said President Biden would nominate D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to replace Stephen Breyer on the U.S. Supreme Court. Brown — who previously defended a Guantanamo Bay detainee — has received plenty of support from the left in the past year. Most notably, endorsement came from MSNBC’s The ReidOut host Joy Reid, who’s called…
Editor’s Pick: NR on New Yorker’s Amy Coney Barrett Hit Piece
On Tuesday, National Review writer and University of Notre Dame senior Maggie Garnett reported: “After reading a recent article in the New Yorker, one could not be blamed for imagining Amy Coney Barrett to be made of marble: a cold, impenetrable, masterpiece of the conservative artisan. That is, after all, how Margaret Talbot presents the newest addition to the Supreme Court.”