NBC Suspends Reporter Behind Mysterious Paul Pelosi Story
The Daily Beast reported early Monday night that NBC senior national correspondent Miguel Almaguer had been suspended by the network “pending an internal investigation” following a November 4 story on Today that said Paul Pelosi behaved strangely when police arrived during an alleged assault and home invasion by a mentally-disturbed nudist from Berkeley.
CNN's Bash Asks Pelosi if 'Political Violence' Had Impact on Midterms
On the first episode of CNN's State of the Union since election day, host Dana Bash interviewed Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to gush over the Democrat Party's better-than-expected performance in both the Senate and House of Representatives races. Not being able to explain the results by pointing to the Democrat Party's record of 40-year high inflation, open borders, and a…
Flashback: Today’s Media Maul McCarthy, But Praised Pelosi in ’06
With Republicans forecast to win a slim majority of seats in the House of Representatives, GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy is the odds-on favorite to be the next Speaker of the House. But unlike the overwhelmingly favorable coverage that Democrat Nancy Pelosi enjoyed in 2006 as incoming Speaker in that election year, the liberal media have been mauling McCarthy — and the GOP caucus he leads — with…
Media Silence When Democrats Talk About Beating Up Republicans
All this sanctimonious nonsense from the media about Republicans calling for violence just goes silent when, time after time after time, Democrats do exactly that.
Networks Finally Discover Pelosi Attacker Was An Illegal Immigrant
On Thursday evening, four days after Fox News broke the story, the big three evening newscasts finally got around to reporting that David DePape, the man who allegedly attacked Paul Pelosi at his home early Friday morning, was an illegal immigrant. Like most stories that are inconvenient to the liberal narrative, the big three evening news dragged their feet in covering it until they could no…
NYT Front Weeps Over GOP Campaign to ‘Demonize and Dehumanize’ Pelosi
The shocking attack at the San Francisco home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave The New York Times all the excuse it needed to blame violent Republican rhetoric. Reporter Catie Edmondson launched the blame game in Sunday’s edition with “Pelosi Attack Highlights Increasing Fears of Violence Incited by Politics,” blaming not the deluded home invader himself, but some mean…
Don Lemon: Kari Lake Pelosi Comments 'Vile, Vile'
In his first day co-hosting the new show, CNN This Morning, Don Lemon calls Kari Lake's comments on the attack on Paul Pelosi "vile, vile." Lake had observed that in DC, Nancy Pelosi has protection, but, "apparently her house doesn't have a lot of protection." Commenting on John Fetterman's debate performance, Lemon said that his mother, who he called his "one-woman focus group," said she…
Cotton SCHOOLS CBS for Trying to Blame Conservatives for Pelosi Attack
Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) finally put a stop on Tuesday to CBS Mornings’s attempts to blame conservatives and Republicans for the brutal attack on Paul Pelosi by a drug-addicted, mentally ill, and former Green Party-supporting nudist. During the six-plus-minute interview meant to promote his new book, Cotton calmly beat down the repeated aspersions from co-host Tony Dokoupil by citing…
CBS, NBC Blame ‘Far-Right Extremism,’ Tea Party Wave for Pelosi Attack
Tuesday’s CBS Mornings and NBC’s Today followed up their attempts Monday to smear tens of millions of conservatives and Republicans as responsible for Friday’s brutal attack on Paul Pelosi by insisting the suspect was engaged in “far-right extremism” and tied to both the Tea Party movement and the 2010 GOP wave.
CNN Claims Political Violence 'Is a Uniquely Right-Wing Problem'
In the aftermath of the assault on Paul Pelosi and against all evidence, the Monday edition of CNN Tonight confidently proclaimed that political violence is a “uniquely right-wing problem right now.” Steve Scalise, Lee Zeldin, and Brett Kavanaugh, and the victims of the riots of 2020 were all unavailable for comment.
Nets Ignore News Alleged Pelosi Attacker Is An Illegal Immigrant
Despite spending parts of their respective reports lashing out a Republicans for the attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul in the middle of the night on Friday, the big three evening news networks managed to ignore the fact that the alleged attacker was an illegal immigrant who overstayed his visa. Only Fox News’s Special Report mentioned this key detail.
Criminalizing Dissent? Networks Blame GOP for Paul Pelosi Attack
On Monday morning, the objective from the liberal broadcast networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC was clear: blame conservatives as accessories for attempted murder in the attack of Paul Pelosi by a Berekely-residing nudist. The networks even admitted “no specific motive has been identified,” but argued without evidence tens of millions of right-leaning Americans are “play[ing] foosie with the forces…
Morning Joe Blames Paul Pelosi Attack on GOP, 'Trump-Fueled Fascism'
On Morning Joe, at the end of the first half-hour spent exclusively on discussing the attack on Nancy Pelosi's husband, and blaming it on Trumpism, Mika Brzezinski vows, "we're going to be spending the entire show trying to take a deep dive into this."
Politico Publishes ELEVEN Pelosi Home Break-In Stories at Top of Page
Politico seems to be so worried about the outcome of the midterm elections that they published ELEVEN stories on Friday and Saturday on their home page about the arrest at the home of Nancy Pelosi while blaming the usual suspects namely Republicans.