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On Monday night’s Don Lemon Tonight, the CNN host claimed that the Supreme Court of the United States, according to the unamend people he says he’s talked to, is “now firmly in the hands of white, Christian supremacists.” And that in the recent overturn of Roe v. Wade, “religion- based bigotry prevails.”
Lemon welcomed Jeffery Toobin, CNN chief legal analyst, to discuss further on the legitimacy of the Court and its ruling, though in the end, “they still have the last word.”
The “news” networks don’t practice any religious observances on their airwaves on Sunday, but they do have a fierce devotion to promoting their sacred “right” to destroy innocent unborn children. You could see this on June 26 during two interviews with Republican Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota.
Since late January of 2012, the Washington Examiner’s Paul Bedard has once a week featured a “Mainstream Media Scream” selection in his “Washington Secrets” column. For each pick, usually posted online on Monday, I provide an explanation and recommend a “scream” rating (scale of one to five).
With the Supreme Court’s monumental decision to overturn Roe v. Wade being released this morning, the entire liberal media has entered a collective period of mourning, grief, and anger.
If Americans had a nickel for every time the liberal media unnecessarily focused on the January 6 hearings, they’d have enough money to fill their gas tanks in this economy. But on the Wednesday edition of Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough and MSNBC political analyst Elise Jordan wanted those nickels for the collection plate as they opined about taking people to their heretical church and converting them to worship the House January 6 Committee.
“I mean, Elise, we're in the conversion business here,” preacher Scarborough began his sermon.
In anticipation of the Supreme Court releasing its Dobbs ruling, the Associated Press warned on Wednesday of violence against providers. It wasn’t until paragraph 14 that the AP finally recognized the recent and actual violence against pro-lifers, but since many do not read past the headline or first couple paragraphs, they probably missed that important detail.
Last week a prominent abortion activist group called “Jane’s Revenge" promised more attacks on pro-life centers and affirming establishments.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, faced a lawsuit after it was revealed the company used a tracking tool to obtain patient health information.
Joe Walsh is a washed-up Illinois politician and a chameleon.
The Biden administration continued to unravel last week, spiraling into the 30s in several approval polls.
A new report suggested Facebook received sensitive medical information from hospital websites.
YouTube has shown time and time again that it won’t allow users to post about Jan. 6 or the 2020 election unless they outright deny claims of potential fraud or vote-counting errors. The Congressional January 6 Committee is no exception.
The committee released short clips of witness testimony from the ongoing hearings.
Instead of acknowledging the historic nature of Mayra Flores’ win in her South Texas special election, Joy Reid and her guests on Wednesday night’s ReidOut instead chose to discount the win, saying Democrats hadn’t really tried in the race and tarring Flores as part of a group of “Qanon-curious” Republicans hell-bent on destroying democracy.
Reid began by going over the results of Tuesday’s primaries, concluding it with, “a victory for Mayra Flores, the QAnon-curious Republican who flipped a House seat in the Democratic stronghold of South Texas.”
Friday’s CBS Mornings went all out in reaction to Thursday’s primetime hearing of the House Select Committee on January 6, leading all broadcast network morning news shows with 16 minutes and 30 seconds on the liberal extravaganza and boasting the “historic” and “vital” gathering contained “shocking new evidence,” “harrowing testimony,” and a recognition that America’s still in grave danger.
Do you dread going to fill up your vehicle? Does your heart sink when you check out at the grocery store? Well, according to CNN’s propaganda on Friday’s editions of At This Hour and Inside Politics, the problem was you just don’t understand that the economy is just “too good” right now.
In a pearl-clutching report out Wednesday, Politico’s Heidi Przybyla treated normal Election Day operations such as poll watchers and mobilizing election lawyers as an assault on democracy.
On Sunday’s This Week on ABC, co-anchor Jonathan Karl hosted the first episode since the tragic mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and predictably Karl used it to push his party’s gun grabbing agenda.
And we thought the baby killing was coming to a close. Psych.
CHICAGO -- I am in the Windy City; why is not Washington called the Windy City or the Windiest City? I came with my wife to attend a meeting of the fabled Federalist Society. She is a member of the Society and will participate with all the other assembled lawyers. I shall, for a change, merely listen.