December 01, 2020

Media

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Bye-bye Fox News: Core viewers tuning out
On Nov. 3, 2020, Fox dropped all pretense of objectivity when it disgracefully called Arizona for Joe Biden far too early while deceptively holding back calling Florida for President Donald Trump until far too late. Read More.
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Columnist: Media trying to rig election against half of U.S.
Regardless of the outcome of the Nov. 3 presidential election, the major media "is actively at war with half of the American people and are desperately working to rig an election against them," The Federalist's Mollie Hemingway noted. Read More.
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Levin answers NY Times on so-called Nov. 3 'coup'
Mark Levin, who hosts "Life, Liberty & Levin" on Fox News, related on a Facebook post that he had recently received a note from New York Times reporter Davey Alba about a so-called "Election Day coup." Read More.
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'Concept of gender': CNN's Tapper says women can't debate
CNN on-air personality Jake Tapper had this explanation for Democrat vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris’s debate performance Wednesday night: Women don’t have the ability to debate as well as men because of their gender. Read More.
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Tucker: Trump's covid recovery undermining media's lies
The pundits, anchors and reporters of CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post and many, many other leftist news outlets around the country are very angry that President Donald Trump returned to the White House on Monday amid his battle with coronavirus. Read More.
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WaPo writer slams Melania — for thanking well-wishers
First Lady Melania Trump on Friday extended her appreciation to all who wished her and President Donald Trump well after they tested positive for coronavirus. Read More.
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Trump may drop out after covid diagnosis: NY Times
President Donald Trump announced in a tweet early Friday morning that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus and had begun the "quarantine and recovery process." Read More.
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Ratcliffe release: Now media objects to unverified info
On Tuesday, the major media were unified in their outrage over Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe's declassifying unverified information that Hillary Clinton in 2016 sought to distract from her email scandal by approving a plan to tie Donald Trump to the Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee. Read More.
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Twitter suspends author of WorldTribune article on hydroxy
Twitter suspended the account of Free Press Media Group contributing editor and analyst R. Clinton Ohlers hours after his article, "Evidence of hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness was hiding in plain sight", was published by WorldTribune.com. Read More.
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Stanford journalism prof pens obituary of ‘objectivity’
American journalism should abandon all objectivity in the name of "social justice," according to a Stanford communications professor. Read More.
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Iran targets citizen journalists for 'distorting reality'
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is urging the UN Human Rights Council to take measures to defend Iranian journalists and citizen journalists who are being "censored, threatened, detained arbitrarily, mistreated and sometimes tortured" for their journalistic activities. Read More.
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Trump hits 'disinformation', loss of 'journalistic integrity'
The Atlantic abandoned "journalistic integrity" in running with a report in which anonymous sources claimed President Donald Trump had disparaged American soldiers while on a trip abroad, Trump 2020 campaign Press Communications Director Erin Perrine said. Read More.
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Trump to media: 'They executed a man' and you don't cover it
President Donald Trump lambasted the major media for mostly ignoring the cold-blooded murder of Trump supporter Aaron Danielson in Portland. Read More.
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Carlson's Rittenhouse comment re-triggers 'cancel culture' mob
Amid the rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Fox News host Tucker Carlson noted that Americans are "shocked" that "17-year-olds with rifles decided they had to maintain order when no one else would?” Read More.
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CNN cuts away from Trump for 'falsely' attacking mail-in voting
CNN's cut off the president's speech to the RNC on Monday, complaining that he was telling "outright lies." Read More.

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