Scarborough Falsely Claims Trump Would 'Institutionalize' Jack Smith
On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough falsely accuses Donald Trump of threatening to "institutionalize" special counsel Jack Smith and other DoJ officials.
Ruth Marcus and the Alarmed, Oblivious Washington Post
Over there at the left-wing bastion that is The Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus is alarmed.
Google Is Getting Whacked by DOJ for Abusing Its Power
Google faces a major antitrust lawsuit from the Department of Justice that could potentially deflate the 25-year-old, censorship-obsessed Big Tech giant.
Brooks Alleges Republicans 'Don't Really Have Anything' On Bidens
New York Times columnist David Brooks is supposed to be the conservative half of PBS NewsHour’s Brooks and Capehart weekly roundup, but often fails to deliver. Such was the case on Friday as Brooks dismissed the DOJ’s decision to indict Hunter Biden on gun charges as an “ancillary issue” and claim Republicans “don't really have anything” on Joe Biden.
CNN Mourns Poll Showing Opposition To Biden's Handling of Hunter Probe
CNN Inside Politics host Dana Bash mournfully responded to a CNN poll on Thursday that showed 55 percent of Americans, including 52 percent of independents, believe President Joe Biden has acted inappropriately during the Hunter Biden probe by lamenting that his plan “to separate himself” from the probe has allowed Republicans to set the narrative.
UNLEASHED! Jordan Issues Subpoenas to DOJ, FBI Over Censorship Scheme
The House Judiciary Committee just hit the scandal-ridden, corruption-filled Department of Justice with fiery subpoenas in connection to a damning investigation.
Morning Joe Hype: New Charges Against Trump 'Read Like a Mafia Case'
On Morning Joe, NBC News justice correspondent Ken Dilanian says that the new indictment of Donald Trump in the federal classified documents case "rival anything that Richard Nixon was accused of" and "reads like a Mafia case."
‘Dark Chapter’; ABC, NBC Fret GOP ‘Not Ready to Move on’ From Hunter
Ahead of what was supposed to be Hunter Biden’s Wednesday morning court appearance to plead guilty to tax charges and instead turned into a not guilty plea due to a stunning breakdown between the legal teams and the judge, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today were in full spin mode for the Biden family and the Biden 2024 campaign and thus engaging in election…
NB Podcast: Nets Mention Biden Scandals, But Buried by Trump Tsunami
Associate editor Nick Fondacaro and I reunited for Wednesday’s show to break down the NewsBusters team's new time counts of network coverage (or lack thereof) on the Trump indictment and allegations of impropriety from the Biden family. While the Biden numbers surprisingly aren't zero, the Trump numbers still dwarf them like a skyscraper-sized tsunami.
New York Times Fairy Tale: Biden's Justice Department is Independent
Here was the headline this last week in The New York Times:
PBS Cries 'Projection' As GOP Promises To Combat DOJ Weaponization
The whole point of elections is to offer multiple competing visions for the future, but this was confusing to the cast of Friday’s PBS NewsHour with host Amna Nawaz how 2024 Republicans can “undermine” federal agencies, such as the Justice Department, while seeking to run them. Washington Post associate editor also proclaimed that such campaigning represents “projection.”
Joe Scarborough Fakes Sorrow for 'Bleak Day' of Trump Indictment
Joe Scarborough cries crocodile tears over the indictment of Donald Trump on federal charges related to his handling of classified documents. He calls the indictment a "bleak" and "extremely sad" day for America.
'Very Easy': Scarborough Sees Slam Dunk Against Trump on Documents
On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough claims that the prospective prosecution of Donald Trump regarding his handling of classified documents after leaving the presidency will be "a very easy case." Scarborough invites people to join him in saying that "the walls are closing in" on Trump.
CAUGHT: DOJ Probes ByteDance for Exploiting Journalists’ Data
ByteDance, TikTok’s parent company, finds itself in more turmoil as a new Mar. 16 report suggests that the FBI and Justice Department are investigating the communist Chinese government-tied company’s efforts to spy on U.S.-based journalists.