In case you missed it, yesterday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech before Congress eviscerating Obama’s policy toward Iran and triggering a complete meltdown amongst Democrats and liberal talking heads.
Remember that one time when a professional journalist called the United States Attorney General a duck, and then asked him to quack?
While the camera was rolling?
There are no more words. Just watch:
I’M SO UNCOMFORTABLE.
Lean forward for a second.
I’m not going to come right out and say that MSNBC intentionally hires insufferable race-baiters to appear on its news spots, but one of their recent guests defied all sense of decency to such a degree with his comments on Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s (R-aaaaacist Republican,...
The Washington Free Beacon’s videos mocking MSNBC are some of the best stuff on the internets.
The Agony of Repeat: Al Sharpton Literally Repeats Obama Verbatim is beyond classic.
The latest MSNBC highlight video, The Worst of MSNBC in 2014, is no exception:
As a follow-up to our post yesterday, de-bunking Lawrence O’Donnell’s claim that a purported error on the part of prosecutors led the Ferguson Grand Jury into error, I thought it might be informative to progress that de-bunking to an even more comprehensive level.
As noted yesterday in No, Prosecution did not Mislead #Ferguson...
There have been many false factual narratives of the Michael Brown killing, such as “hands up, don’t shoot.”
Now there’s a new false legal narrative spreading, that a prosecutorial mistake misled the Grand Jury into erroneously failing to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson.
The source of the claim appears to be MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell.
Did you watch MSNBC on election night last week? Probably not. Like most of America, you were probably watching FOX News.
Not to worry. The Washington Free Beacon watched MSNBC so we wouldn’t have to.
I told you I was looking forward to more of this. So here’s more:
MSNBC has a serious...
Yes, I clicked over to MSNBC when it became clear Republicans were going to take the Senate.
As he turns the channel to @MSNBC
— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) November 5, 2014
I practically laughed out loud at this rant by Ed Schultz.
To his usual audience he was making the case against Walker, but to...
I’m combining two video reports.
First, Politico’s report that 64% feel things are spinning out of control:
More results on specific topics here.
This is how Morning Joe reacted (h/t Right Scoop):
Harry Reid’s attacks on the Koch Brothers have been plentiful and well documented. While his obsession and poor taste have been noted on many conservative blogs, there hasn’t been much push back from the media.
That’s what makes this segment from MSNBC’s Morning Joe so special. Not only does host Joe Scarborough...
A panel on Melissa Harris-Perry’s MSNBC program discussed the beheading of a woman in Oklahoma by Alton Nolen, a convert to Islam as to whom a picture of Jihadist sympathy is emerging.
Perry insists that this was an act of workplace violence and treats the beheading as a passing detail.
At times, they...
We previously noted that Wendy Davis struggled with female support in her bid to defeat Greg Abbott.
I wasn’t aware that 21st Century Fox, the parent company of Fox News, has its own PAC. I was even more surprised to learn that the Fox PAC gives lots of money to Democrats.
Colby Itkowitz of the Washington Post reported:
Fair and balanced: Fox PAC supports Democrats, too
Fair and balanced after all?
MSNBC may be sincere when it asks its audience to “Lean Forward” each night, but maybe they should have picked a less…riffable…slogan.
The Media Research Center’s new “#LeanOver” media bias campaign takes aim at the talking heads at MSNBC, and they’ve got plenty of material to back up their claim...
Elizabeth Warren is doing the best she can with the ideology she has.
The Washington Free Beacon is out today with another of its supercut videos, MSNBC: All Apologies, All The Time.
The video features various MSNBC hosts making apologies for statements they’d made or tweets they’d posted. Some of those ex...
Touré! Touré! Touré! did this:
The power of whiteness: RT @hope_and_chains: My family survived a concentration camp, came to the US w/ nothing, LEGALLY, and made it work.
— Touré (@Toure) May 23, 2014
And now he’s apologized:
Late last week, I foolishly got involved in a twitter exchange regarding an article about reparations… (1...