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.
Um, Vox. You might have preferred to wait until after the election to reveal how both the Democrats and Silicon Valley billionaires have again embraced the dirty trickster co-founder of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman.
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 by a Republican Senate.
Showing no concern for or faith in the country’s scientific community, ABC’s World News Tonight and the CBS Evening News tag-teamed on Thursday to nudge Americans to become anti-vaxxers on a potential coronavirus vaccine due to the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
And, naturally, they ignored the facts regarding government approval of any vaccine(s) and cheered the scandal-plagued Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) encouraging New Yorkers to not get it until he said so.
For weeks, CNN’s New Day has been claiming that President Trump has been harming the election process by making claims of voter fraud and abuse.
The CEOs of four major Big Tech companies have been given an ultimatum: testify in the Senate or face the music.
Don't be shocked, but the Senate report on Hunter Biden's sleazy activities abroad wasn't covered on the network evening news or morning news shows of ABC, CBS, and NBC in the last 24 hours.
The PBS NewsHour managed to offer an anodyne 59 words:
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.
Amidst calls for Section 230 reform and antitrust lawsuits against Google an
Colin Kaepernick believes that this country will be safer without police departments, according to popculture.com.
Big Tech’s reckoning may have finally arrived. The White House hosted a roundtable calling for the overhaul of Section 230, a change which has massive implications for Big Tech and online speech.
No more “bad faith” moderation! The Department of Justice has proposed a bill to overhaul Section 230 and punish companies for political censorship.
ESPN: come for the video highlights, stay for the social justice lectures. There certainly isn’t much else to keep you there. If you were hoping for pregame analysis of the Celtics-Heat game on Wednesday, you instead got self-dramatic grandstanding from former NBA player-turned-analyst Jalen Rose.
The radical, anti-American left didn’t get the indictments they wanted in the case of the death of Breonna Taylor, and make no mistake, they are demanding street justice.
A very surprising twist in the discussion of the Breonna Taylor case on today's Morning Joe. It started in predictable fashion. "Civil rights lawyer" Maya Wiley said:
"The problem that we have here is that the system is working the way it’s designed to work. Which puts black people, which puts Latinos, which puts Native Americans at very high risk of being killed."
So the system is "designed" to endanger minority lives? A reprehensible accusation on Wiley's part.
On Thursday, ABC’s Good Morning America tried to preemptively slander potential Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett by pushing the false claim that a Christian group she belonged to was the inspiration for the authoritarian theocracy depicted in the far-left fantasy, The Handmaid’s Tale. The vile segment also touted the pro-abortion lobby attacking the “devout Catholic” federal judge.