Politico Admits Candidate Favoritism by the Media
We owe a great debt of gratitude to Michael Schaffer. The senior editor at Politico admitted out loud Friday what most of us already knew. Namely that the media plays favorites with the candidates they cover despite their laughable claims of neutrality. Schaffer's admission of blatant media coverage bias appeared in his piece "Washington’s Favorite Republican Is Making All the Right…
NYT Hails Elderly Biden’s Robust Health; Demanded Details From McCain
People on both sides of the political aisle have expressed concerns about President Biden’s mental acuity, but the New York Times says no worries, “Age is more than a number.” Reporter Sheryl Gay Stolberg wrote the puff piece for Sunday’s edition: “President Biden Is Turning 80. Experts Say Age Is More Than a Number,” Compare that incuriosity about Biden’s failure to get a cognitive…
Don Lemon Taunts: Arizonans Know 'BS'—They Rejected 'Liar' Kari Lake
Reacting to reports of Kari Lake's defeat in the Arizona governor's race, and to Lake's comment that "Arizonans know BS when they see it," on CNN This Morning Don Lemon said, ""That is apparently true, since voters rejected her, and so many other liars. Obviously, her tweet is the BS here."
NYT Loved McCain’s ObamCare Thumbs-Down, Hated Gesture by Sinema
Like the late Arizona Senator John McCain (R), Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema is seen as a centrist “maverick.” Yet Sinema’s recent, dramatic thumbs-down voting gesture on the minimum wage was excoriated by The New York Times, not celebrated the way McCain’s similar thumbs-down “no” vote helped preserve ObamaCare in 2017. The Times painted the…
On PBS, Hack Schmidt Brags: I Restrained McCain in Campaign With Obama
On Tuesday's Amanpour & Co. on PBS and CNN International, MSNBC contributor and disaffected ex-Republican Steve Schmidt bragged about restraining 2008 GOP presidential nominee John McCain's losing campaign from exposing Democrat Barack Obama's ties to the radical pastor, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, after NPR's Michel Martin cued him up to fault Republicans over race issues.