It’s the third episode of ABC’s The Rookie, and the tale of that “polarizing” Officer Doug Stanton (Brandon Routh) wreaking havoc among the LAPD continues.
On Sunday's Reliable Sources, CNN host Brian Stelter sought a "real clear full solution" to the "information crisis" after the Capitol riot, which he blamed on Facebook and Twitter. Former Facebook executive Alex Stamos brought the chilling effect, insisting the need to "turn down" the "conservative influencers" and get cable companies like CNN's owner AT&T to remove Newsmax and OANN from their systems.
On Sunday afternoon’s CNN Newsroom, host Ana Cabrera brought on Yale history professor Timothy Snyder to make his usual absurd attacks on Republicans and forward outlandish conspiracy theories. Cabrera worried that America is “down the road to tyranny” due to President Trump and Snyder expressed support for Ted Cruz being removed from the Senate because he and all other Republicans who voiced doubts about the election have been “inviting an attack on the Capitol.”
Make up your mind about white chicks, lefties! Are they fragile little buttercups so traumatized by living in a man’s world that they go all fetal watching white males storm the Capitol? Or are they, as the sooper smart ‘splainers at Vox assert, racist Lady MacBeths who’ve been shoving the menfolk toward their crimes for centuries?
On Sunday's Velshi show, as host Ali Velshi led a discussion which argued that there was a racial double standard that made law enforcement act less aggressively against white Donald Trump supporters who attacked the Capitol, MSNBC contributors Brittany Packnett Cunningham and Mehdi Hasan made provocative and false statements on the issue.
New York Times political reporter Astead Herndon went beyond justified condemnation of the Capitol Hill rioters to suggest Republicans were unfairly “exaggerating the unrest last summer” that emanated from Black Lives Matter protests and Antifa thuggery, in Sunday’s “How Republicans Are Warping Reality Around the Capitol Attack."
"Cobra Kai" is a highly entertaining series which originally appeared on YouTube and can now be seen on Netflix. It picks up on the characters of the "Karate Kid" movie over thirty years later and, with its mix of serious drama and a bit of satire, has attracted a large audience.
In Sunday's Washington Post, their dedication to truth collapsed in a heap in an interview touting the "evolution" of disgraced CBS anchor-faker Dan Rather.
CBS Sunday Morning host Jane Pauley seems to have found her new Democrat to gush over for the next four years.
During NBC’s Sunday Today, political director Chuck Todd made it clear the network had had it with the last four years and were ready to move on to a President Joe Biden, the man they supported for president.
Former NBC Today star and CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric toed her usual partisan Democrat line in an appearance on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. Most notably, she insist Mitt Romney "seems like Nelson Mandela at this point." Joe Biden said Romney wanted to put "y'all back in chains" back in 2012, but now he's a secular saint.
The New York Times again attacked President Trump’s “law and order” rhetoric by implying it’s racist (and that Trump himself is racist) while insisting the phrase has backfired on Trump after the disgusting spectacle of the riot on Capitol Hill.
If you read Thursday's CNN article, "How a swift impeachment was born under siege," you might scratch your head in puzzlement when reading the second paragraph:
So here was the headline from The New York Post: "AOC says Congress may form commission to ‘rein in’ media after Capitol riot."
Said the Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:
On the heels of Forbes magazine editor Randall Lane threatening companies that hire Trump officials, we now have that periodical politically cleansing its own website of an article critical of their beloved social media monopolist that also engages in cracking down on free speech.
The film blogosphere can’t get enough of Gina Carano. That’s not a good thing for The Mandalorian star.
This week, Americans across the country, and politicians of both parties stood up to condemn the pro-Trump mob who stormed the Capitol, as well as those who incited them. So it’s worth remembering the liberal hypocrisy of people like Alec Baldwin. The Hollywood celebrity is in no position to offer moral lecturing.
Baldwin appeared on the December 11, 1998 Late Night With Conan O’Brien and worked himself into a “joking” rage about the impeachment of Bill Clinton and the Republicans supporting it. Here, in all its ignominy, is what the actor told O’Brien: