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Stacey Matthews

Based in North Carolina, Stacey Matthews is a former liberal and a 16+ year veteran of blogging with an emphasis on media bias, social issues, and the culture wars.

Yet another report with many storylines about the Lincoln Project has hit the Internet. The most explosive part is the founders knowing about John Weaver's alleged predatory behavior much earlier than was previously reported. They soldiered on with him anyway, including offering him a partnership in a new media venture just before the 2020 election.

Though Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema is not a Republican, she’s shown an independent streak during her time in the Senate, letting Sen. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer know on more than one occasion that she will play by her own rules and not necessarily her party's when it comes to making policy decisions for the people of her state.

Once Joe Biden took office, his administration wasted no time getting the MSM to amplify the claim that the Trump administration did not give them a Wuhan coronavirus vaccine rollout plan. As we reported in January, CNN ran a big story the day after Biden's inauguration, which quoted anonymous Biden officials saying they were having to “start from scratch” on the rollout.

The tragic death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick in the aftermath of the Capitol riots triggered frenzied reporting from mainstream media outlets like the New York Times, which reported on January 8th that Sicknick died "from injuries in pro-Trump rampage." Though the Times updated its report, it initially reported that "At some point in the chaos ... [Sicknick] was struck with a fire extinguisher, according to two law enforcement officials."

In April, Democrats and the mainstream media began using Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as a whipping boy for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's pandemic management failures in New York. Florida lawyer Daniel Uhlfelder kicked it up a notch by donning a grim reaper costume and periodically hitting the state's beaches to remind beachgoers about the COVID crisis and to try and shame DeSantis in the process.

Last week, the Daily Beast reported that New York Times health and science reporter Donald McNeil Jr. had landed himself in hot water with the paper over allegations he used racially offensive and sexist language during a 2019 student trip to Peru. The educational trip, which was open to high school and middle school students and their families, was sponsored by the Times.
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