Media bias was flying as fast as Air Force One as President Trump went from announcing a Supreme Court nominee to traveling to a NATO meeting in Belgium and then to Britain.
The imminent Supreme Court nomination was too much for the media to handle this week.
Media furor was aroused last week by four major Supreme Court cases that went against the left and by a Supreme Court retirement that will enable President Trump to appoint a solidly conservative justice to the high court.
Media criticism of President Trump’s immigration policy reached a fever pitch this past week, as the president was demonized and called every name in the book, while some members of his administration and family were threatened and harassed.
Nearly two-thirds of all Americans “feel exhausted by the news,” according to a new Pew Research Center study. After this past week, who could blame them?
Government documents were leaked to the press. A reporter’s communications were seized by the government without her knowing about it. And a former Senate aide was charged with “lying repeatedly to investigators about his contacts with three reporters.”
The International House of Pancakes, which has been around for 60 years, has announced on Twitter that it is changing its acronym from IHOP to IHOb. No word yet on what that means for its full name.
Turns out that the “War on Women” is only a War on Some Women. It just depends on their politics.
The American media gave sympathetic coverage this past week to the terrorist group Hamas, the gang bangers of MS-13 and a porn star – while continuing relentless attacks on the president of the United States.
Media go after Trump all week but he comes back strong; and even more examples of journalistic failure
This past week, 18 Republican members of Congress nominated President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to “end the Korean War, denuclearize the Korean peninsula, and bring peace to the region.” You’d think the media would applaud this potential honor – right?
This past week was the kind of nightmare journalists have been having since Nov. 8, 2016.
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.