Ruth Bader Ginsburg
PROPAGANDISTS: Latino Nets Cheer Dems’ Court-Packing Bill
Gone are the days when the nation’s leading Spanish-language networks would cover the U.S. presidency with adversarial scrutiny. Their coverage of the Democrats’ efforts to pack the Supreme Court proves their pivot to advocacy propaganda.
Absurd CNN Falsely Claims ‘Icon’ Ginsburg Was ‘Not Political’ on Court
Dana Bash joined CNN Newsroom host Ana Cabrera on Thursday to discuss a new biography of Nancy Pelosi that contains a dispute Pelosi had with Mitch McConnell after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg about whether she should lie in state at the Capitol. Both portrayed Ginsburg as "iconic" and tried to portray Ginsburg as someone who wasn't an activist wearing a robe.
Why Democrats Hate Amy Coney Barrett
This week, Democrats struggled to explain why Judge Amy Coney Barrett should not be confirmed to serve on the Supreme Court. They trotted out hackneyed arguments, suggesting that some political norm had been broken by a Republican president nominating a judge to be confirmed as a justice by a Republican Senate in an election year. There have been 19 times where a seat became vacant in an…
STUDY: Spanish Nets Covered RBG Passing 4X As Much As Scalia's
The untimely passing of an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court is a major national event with huge ramifications that warrants topmost news coverage. MRC Latino's latest study shows, however, that the nation's leading Spanish-language networks found the passing of a liberal icon to be much more newsworthy than that of a conservative stalwart.
Still Not Over RBG: Stunt Meeting Scheduled for ACB Hearings
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s biggest fans in the political and entertainment worlds will be holding a virtual meeting with two items on their agenda: first, honoring the former Supreme Court Justice, and secondly, figuring out how to fulfill one of her supposed last requests: "My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed."
MSNBC Panel MELTS DOWN Over Barrett Nomination
On Saturday night’s American Voices, MSNBC host Alicia Menendez melted down with Slate senior editor and legal correspondent Dahlia Lithwick, civil rights attorney Maya Wiley, and Rewire News Group senior editor Imani Gandy over President Trump nominating Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
PEOPLE Oozes for RBG: 'Supreme Court's First Bona Fide Rock Star'
People magazine has gone incredibly light on politics in the Trump era, but they did take a moment around the Democrat convention to puff the Biden-Harris ticket. But they felt compelled to offer secular praise and worship around the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a cover on “Her Amazing Life & Powerful Legacy: Fighting tirelessly for equal rights, the Supreme Court Justice became a…
Vice: ‘Disturbing’ RBG Death Inspiring Women to Use IUDs
Need more proof that abortion is being used as birth control? Look no further than the calls to get IUDs “amid the fury and fear over [Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader] Ginsburg’s death,” as reported by Vice's Hannah Smothers on September 24.
CNNer Claims Trump Pick Will Be Threat to 'Rights and Liberties'
CNN Supreme Court reporter Joan Biskupic joined Friday's CNN Newsroom to pay homage to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and, in previewing the future of the Court, she fretted that Trump's replacement (which, according to reports by early evening, would be Amy Coney Barrett) will mean "many, many types of rights and liberties" are now "in the balance."
More CNN Lies: Claims Only 20 Percent Support Banning Abortion
On Wednesday's New Day show, CNN co-host Alisyn Camerota misleadingly claimed that "only 20 percent" of Americans support banning abortion as chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin declared that it would be "politically unpopular" to overturn the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.
PBS Anchor Claims 'the American People' Are Critical of GOP Over Court
On Tuesday's PBS NewsHour, as she interviewed Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso over the issue of filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, host Judy Woodruff twice framed criticism of Republicans as coming from "the American people" as she spent the entire interview pressing him over the push to confirm a new justice before the election.
Democrats Threaten to Burn Down the Republic to Stack Supreme Court
Last week, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87. Her death immediately initiated a political firestorm in Washington, D.C. -- one that threatens the very integrity of the republic. That's not because, as the media and Democrats would claim, some sort of institutional norm has been violated by a Republican president selecting a replacement for Ginsburg to be voted on…
HuffPost Personal: I’m So Mad RBG’s Dead, I Became a ‘Satanist’
The death of SCOTUS justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was so traumatic for the left that some of them are becoming full-blown satanists. It seems selling their souls is the only option now. Huffington Post promoted a personal piece from one female attorney on September 24 detailing her switch from liberal suburban mom to member of the Satanic Temple that happened due to the loss of activist Supreme…
Never Enough: CNN, MSNBC Hacks Delight in Boos as Trump Honors RBG
The hosts at MSNBC and CNN showed they are nothing more than Democratic hacks on Thursday as even the action of Donald Trump paying his respects to the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg resulted in scorn. On CNN, as the President stood solemnly next to Ginsburg’s coffin, Jim Sciutto snarked, “President Trump chose not to pay his respects to Representative John Lewis after the civil rights hero lay in…