Aside from ABC chief anchor George Stephanopoulos’s fiery exchange with Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), Sunday’s This Week was awash with ridiculous and repugnant pronouncements from their mostly libe
On Thursday night’s handoff between Cuomo Primetime and CNN Tonight, Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon collaborated for yet another hateful attack on the right. Lemon proclaimed that those on “the right” need “to be deprogrammed” and stated that “conservative media” and House and Senate Republicans are empowering extremist groups such as the Proud Boys and QAnon.
Perhaps one of the most exasperating things about the liberal media is that it accuses everyone that disagrees with it of lying while simultaneously lying through its teeth. On Saturday's Velshi, MSNBC host Ali Velshi demonstrated this stunning lack of self-awareness by pompously declaring that Donald Trump’s administration caused “the death of shame” and alleging that before the Trump administration, all public figures who were caught lying either apologized or resigned after being called out by the media.
Despite the fact that Donald Trump is no longer the President and the liberal media now have their friends returned to the White House, the White House press corps couldn’t shake their Trump addiction. On Friday alone, Trump and his administration were pertinent to roughly 16 out of the 45 questions to Press Secretary Jen Psaki (including 15 of the first 23), according to a NewsBusters count.
Not only were the liberal media trying to exploit the attack on the Capitol to call for the deplatforming of conservatives, but there were some who wanted to “deprogram” conservatives.
The hypocrisy is clear: Facebook will eliminate fringe supporters of former-President Donald Trump, Antifa radicals get the opposite treatment and get to operate freely on Facebook.
During President Biden’s inauguration Wednesday, the networks repeatedly reminded Americans of the horrible violence from Trump supporters two weeks ago, storming the Capitol over the election results.
Amazon Web Services filed a lawsuit on Jan. 12 that stated, “Compelling AWS to host content that plans, encourages, and incites violence would be unprecedented.” However, the platform has no problem hosting content on Amazon that says, “kill the rich” and glorifies the Columbine shooters.
(Warning: This blog contains quotes from CNN host Chris Cuomo where he used explicit language.)
Every now and then, Bill Maher shocks his fellow liberals with some common sense.
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."
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 January 6, after the rioting in the Capitol building, Anderson Cooper interviewed a leftist "journalist," John Sullivan, who was filming the scene when Air Force veteran, Ashli Babbitt, was shot and killed. Conveniently not mentioned by Cooper during the interview was the fact that Sullivan had been arrested the previous July for rioting and making threats in Provo, Utah.
CNN has shamelessly pandered to liberal rioters and downplayed their violent actions this past summer and now are showing their hypocrisy over last week’s violent Capitol Hill siege by a mob of Trump supporters.
While the hacks at CNN spend much of their time accusing Fox News and other conservative media outlets of spreading disinformation and conspiracy theories, they also spend plenty of time pushing conspiracy theories of their own.
On Thursday's The View, Trump-crazed co-host Joy Behar compared one major political party in this country and the millions of Americans who voted for them to fascists we fought against in World War II.
Amazon terminated its contract with free speech platform Parler for “violent content on your website.” But Amazon itself deals with merchandise that advocates the death of all Republicans or specifically targets President Donald Trump.
Big Tech and Big Telecom are punishing GOP members in the House of Representatives and the Senate whose politics they don’t like.
Vice’s latest anti-life piece is proof that last week’s Capitol riot is a one-smear-fits-all bad PR event being used by the left to condemn all of its political enemies.