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CNN New Day Badgers Mia Love to Call Trump Tweets 'Racist'

July 15th, 2019 10:20 AM
After President Trump got backlash over the weekend for tweeting that four Democrat Congresswoman should “go back” and “fix” their broken countries, CNN’s two hour morning show, New Day picked up the media outrage, Monday. Co-hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota repeatedly dared Republicans in Congress to call in to the show and call Trump a racist. Even after some…

CNN Hires Andrew Gillum as Political Commentator Despite Ethics Probe

January 31st, 2019 8:54 PM
Now that the midterm elections of 2018 are behind us, CNN has made an interesting choice when hiring a new political commentator: Andrew Gillum, the former mayor of Tallahassee who lost a tight race for Florida governor to Republican Ron DeSantis in November. The selection is made all the more curious since the Florida Commission on Ethics has found Gillum as having "probable cause"…
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View Bullies Mia Love to Call Trump a Racist, She Fights Back

December 7th, 2018 2:13 PM
Friday at the Hot Topics table, the hosts of The View argued with Utah Republican, Rep. Mia Love, pressuring her to call President Trump a racist, after he blamed her critical stance towards him as the reason why she lost to her Democrat challenger in the midterm elections. Love didn’t fold under the pressure from the liberal hosts, instead calling out Democrats for targeting her because…
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Mitchell: Trump Used 'More Than a Racial Dog Whistle' on Espy

November 28th, 2018 8:37 PM
On Tuesday and Wednesday, Andrea Mitchell oddly claimed that President Donald Trump was using a "racial dog whistle" against Mississippi Democratic Senate nominee Mike Espy as the MSNBC host discussed Trump commenting that Espy's far-left politics do not "fit in" with his strongly conservative home state.

Slate Writer: ‘Movement Conservatism…Is a White Ideology’

October 18th, 2016 10:38 AM
Are black Republicans Sen. Tim Scott and Reps. Mia Love and Will Hurd on the wrong side of the aisle? In a sense, they are, according to Jamelle Bouie, who argued in a Sunday piece that the conservatism central to the GOP is “fundamentally at odds with America’s people of color.” Bouie wrote that “no matter the temperamental affinities that might exist between some…
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Nets Skimp on Obama Admin’s Plan to Force Diversity in Neighborhoods

June 11th, 2015 8:19 PM
The major broadcast networks refused to take notice on Thursday night of plans by President Obama and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to force the diversification of American neighborhoods and particularly those mainly consisting of wealthy Americans. With the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC on the sidelines, the FNC's pecial Report offered a full…

Daily Kos Writer: Mia Love Is ‘Every Bigot's Dreamgirl’

January 15th, 2015 9:56 PM
Denise Oliver-Velez argues that Love is merely “another brown face to shove in front of the cameras” as supposed proof that the Republican party cares about non-white people, but “she certainly isn't going to convince any black folks who aren't Teapublican patsies already.”

HuffPost: Mia Love 'Looks Black,' But Proves 'White Privilege'

November 11th, 2014 8:02 AM
The editors of The Huffington Post apparently do not feel awkward about putting headline above a black Republican woman with the words “She looks black, but.....” She “looks” black? The full headline was “She Looks Black, but Her Politics Are Red: What Mia Love's Victory Means for the Face of the GOP.” Darron Smith, Ph. D, who “looks black,”…
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Video Flashback: Mia Love Accepts in Jest on Behalf of Harris-Perry

November 8th, 2014 3:57 PM
Mia Love, who won a congressional seat on Tuesday representing Utah’s 4th district, last year took part in the Media Research Center’s annual “DisHonors Awards” where we ridicule left wing journalists. On behalf of MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry she accepted, in jest, the “Dan Rather Memorial Award for the Stupidest Analysis.”
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CNN Hypes Laugh Similarity Between Joni Ernst and Disney Villain

November 8th, 2014 11:23 AM
On Friday's CNN Newsroom, Brooke Baldwin played up the apparent similarity between Senator-elect Joni Ernst's laugh and that of Cruella De Vil, the antagonist from Disney's 101 Dalmations. Baldwin aired a short segment on Ernst and two newly-elected Republican women in Congress. She ended the part about the Iowa politician with her comparison: "Don't forget about that laugh.…

Politico Claims Dems Conceded Love's Win 'Long Before Election Day'

November 6th, 2014 4:29 PM
On Tuesday, former Saratoga Springs, Utah mayor Mia Love become the first black Republican woman in Congress. Politico, overdoing its apparent grief at Tuesday's national results, is acting as if Love won in a walkaway. Alex Isenstadt's pity party post-election report on the Democrats' substantial House losses claimed that Love's was a seat "Democrats conceded long…
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Utah's Mia Love: 'I Wasn't Elected' Because of My Race or Gender

November 6th, 2014 1:46 PM
On Wednesday morning's edition of This Hour on the Cable News Network, co-hosts John Berman and Michaela Pereira spoke with Mia Love, the Utah Republican who became the party's first black woman to win a seat in the House of Representatives as part of the midterm elections on Tuesday. During the interview, Love asserted that race and gender “had nothing to do with” her victory…

AP's Price Spins Utah Dem's Retirement From Congress As Potential for

December 19th, 2013 8:24 AM
So here's the "logic" Michelle Price at the Associated Press relayed from Democratic circles in Utah in her Tuesday report on eight-term Democratic Congressman Jim Matheson's decision to leave Congress: He would have had a tough time defeating Mia Love in next year's congressional race rematch, but he's now in a better position to take on an incumbent Republican in a…

WATCH: Mia Love Slams MSNBC's Harris-Perry for Insisting That Kids Bel

September 27th, 2013 6:13 PM
In April 2013, we noticed a patently absurd Lean Forward promo spot by MSNBC weekend host and Tulane University professor Melissa Harris-Perry, wherein she argued that we need to think of kids not as belonging to their families under the care of their parents but rather belong to their communities, under, well, the care of the community (read: the state). That comment was the hands-down…