NBC Campaigns for Florida Teen Running for School Board on CRT
On Monday, NBC’s 3rd Hour Today show openly campaigned for a left-wing Florida teenager running for a seat on the Broward County School Board and making radical Critical Race Theory one of his top issues. The glowing profile piece, which amounted to an in-kind political donation, dismissed “conservative” concerns about CRT and touted the high school student’s long-term goal of being…
MSNBC: Don't Know How Florida Bill Will Suppress The Vote, But It Will
MSNBC correspondent Sam Brock admitted on Thursday's Hallie Jackson Reports that critics of Florida's new election law do not know how it will suppress the vote, but are certain it will. Meanwhile, in Texas, fellow correspondent Jane Timm described that state's new election law as "chilling" for adding "felony penalties for various parts of the election process."
NBC ‘Confusion’ Over Red States Handling COVID Better Than Blue States
“Confounding,” “conundrum,” “confusion,” these are the words that NBC’s Today show used on Thursday to describe the good news that COVID cases were declining in certain states. The reason for them being so baffled? Cases of the virus were falling in southern states with Republican governors and spiking in northern states with Democratic governors, leading the network liberal hacks to…
NBC Finally Notices COVID ‘Double-Standard’ With Protests
After joining the rest of the media last week in justifying mass Black Lives Matter protests in the time of coronavirus, on Tuesday, NBC’s Today show finally discovered the blatant double-standard of such demonstrations occurring while businesses and places of worship across the country remain shut down amid the health crisis.
Nets Declare ‘Virus of Hate May Be More Dangerous’ Than COVID
After having spent weeks trashing anti-lockdown protests during the coronavirus pandemic as racist and a threat to public health, on Wednesday, the broadcast networks tried to excuse the same COVID concerns amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd. In part, journalists argued “the virus of hate may be more dangerous” and that racism was the real pandemic.