Facebook’s Oversight Board accepted the company’s request for an “advisory opinion” on the “sharing of private residential information.”
The Showtime "comedy" Black Monday claimed this week that all cops except police dogs are white supremacists.
It’s not very often you hear this kind of blanket honesty from a journalist about how even the simple image of an American flag triggers them.
On Friday night, MSNBC host Brian Williams collaborated with the Lincoln Project in giving free publicity to the far-left Antifa terrorist group by shamelessly exploiting the Normandy invasion that was pivotal to defeating the Nazis in Europe.
Williams -- who still has not informed viewers of the Lincoln Project's ethical problems -- concluded the show by showing the group's new ad lauding Antifa members, likening them to World War II patriots.
Setting up the ad, the MSNBC host recalled:
In the latest NewsBusters Podcast, we explore CNN host Chris Cuomo touting how there was a "throughline" from the Tulsa race massacre of 1921 to red-state voter-integrity bills in 2021. How does asking for an ID or moving early voting hours compare to mass murder? The only conclusion is Chris Cuomo isn't smart.
Another favorite kids show for the last generation of youngsters is falling victim to yet more militant wokeness. Last month, Entertainment Weekly finally unveiled the new, LGBTQ-as-hell characters from its upcoming Proud Family reboot.
Finally, a cop show highlighted violence committed against police officers by radical activists. Unfortunately for viewers, the show pretended that the radical activists trying to kill, maim and injure cops are really white supremacists who frame innocent BLM-type protesters.
Hollywood clutched its collective pearls over President Donald Trump, particularly his bruising rhetoric.
Except many stars bruised right back.
MSNBC’s ReidOut host Joy Reid joined the chorus of defenders on Thursday of the racist, America-hating 1619 Project and creator Nikole Hannah-Jones in light of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's decision to deny her immediate tenure as
MSNBC host Joy Reid put on a remarkably unhinged show on Tuesday night, on everything from the Steve Scalise shooting to the January 6 riot. Managing editor Curtis Houck joins the show to reveal just how much of Reid's show was crazy.
CNN is putting a major emphasis in recent days on “new” videos of the dreadful January 6 riot at the Capitol, expressing outrage in heavy rotation over Republicans who would try to dismiss what happened at the Capitol as resembling a routine day of tourism. You can’t say the people there were “mostly peaceful.”
CNN even aired an hour-long anti-Republican primetime special on Sunday, May 16 entitled The Radical Rebellion: The Transformation of the GOP. CNN host Fareed Zakaria began by lamenting how “An American president incited an angry mob to attack the U.S. Capitol.”
Queen Latifah's new CBS show, The Equalizer, premiered an episode this week that portrayed a bomb-making "alt-right" terrorist group whose symbol was a teapot, which seems to be a not-so-thinly-veiled reference to the Tea Party movement of the 2010s.
“Ultra”-labeling bias reigned in Saturday’s New York Times, in which various political stories slammed “ultraconservative” Republicans in Congress, but coddled radical leftists like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with flattering labels.
Left-wing racist and MSNBC host Joy Reid was at it again on Tuesday night, poisoning ReidOut viewers on the Comcast-owned channel to assert that not only do Republicans fear all Black people to the point of banning them from voting, but “Jim Crow” Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was a betrayal to his skin color (like a character in Django Unchained) for opposing the
Facebook can continue its ban of former President Donald Trump, but the company has ignored prominent leftists on its platform who have called for violence and unrest.
Facebook has penalized The Babylon Bee after the site posted a story making fun of leftist rioters and looters. This was the latest run-in with Facebook for the Christian satire site.
It should come as no surprise that frequent defender of left-wing rioters Chris Cuomo would object to laws punishing rioters.
Near the end of Wednesday’s White House press briefing, the New York Post’s Steven Nelson irked Press Secretary Jen Psaki with a basic question about whether President Biden “acknowledge[s] his own role” in major crime legislation that leftists argue contributed to the “systemic racism” his administration has claimed they will work to eradicate
Nelson used most of his time to continue his pattern of pressing Psaki on matters concerning federal marijuana policy and its affect on administrative staffing.
By almost any measure, the first three months of 2021 were the worst ever for online freedom. Amazon, Twitter, Apple, Google, Facebook, YouTube and others proved to the world that the Big Tech censorship of conservatives is a reality.
MSNBC has long displayed its hatred for Trump supporters and it is continuing to show its contempt even now that he is out of office.