The media war against President Trump continues without stop.
Following the missile attack by U.S., French and British forces on Syrian chemical weapons targets that President Trump announced Friday, the anti-Trump media immediately fired back at the president, wondering if he ordered the strike to divert attention from news coverage of his troubles at home.
The joke’s on Sinclair Broadcasting.
The media played the question-and-answer game with the Trump administration this week. The White House proposed adding a census question on citizenship and the media resoundingly said no.
The Parkland, Florida high school shooting that left 17 people dead is a textbook example of how supposedly neutral journalists promote a left-wing agenda – in this case, by showing overwhelming support for gun control.
Most national journalists seem to hate guns, gun owners and gun defenders. When the media report on a shooting tragedy they often go after all three.
The Winter Olympics have begun in PyeongChang in South Korea, but unfortunately for American journalists, media bias is not an Olympic sport. If it was, they’d be breaking records for most medals won.
President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech was met with strong public support.
President Trump talked long on Tuesday night, “the third-longest State of the Union in the past 50 years, according to The New York Times.
It was a week that blew through controversies faster than our winter bomb cyclone.
The media still can't accept Trump as president and continues attacking him.
There’s lying like a rug and lying like the media.
All it took for the media to stop viewing Alabamians as a bunch of rednecks was for the media candidate to win an election.
If vapid talk show host Chelsea Handler says it, it must be … utterly nuts. The Netflix micro-star has compared President Trump to North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Un in a tweet.