by liberal MSNBC pundits like Touré and Richard Wolffe to dismiss
conservative criticisms of Amb. Susan Rice as racially-motivated are
evidence of the "militant, radical Left flexing its muscles" post-Obama
reelection, NewsBusters publisher [...]
Chicago Tribune reporter Christi Parson's fawning fan girl act at
Wednesday's press conference was bad enough, NewsBusters publisher Brent
Bozell told Sean Hannity, but even worse was the reaction of the rest
of the press corps in the room.
Chris Matthews's disgusting pronouncement that he was glad Hurricane Sandy struck New Jersey because it aided the president's reelection bid is just the latest in a string of mean-spirited, hateful, partisan rhetoric from the Hardball host, [...]
The heroic actions of Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty on September 11
in Benghazi, Libya, is a "riveting story" that the broadcast networks
should be clamoring to cover, NewsBusters publisher Brent Bozell told
FNC's Sean Hannity last night. Similarly, [...]
At this point in the campaign, most liberal journalists are panicked,
but MSNBC's Chris Matthews, well, he's just "delusional," NewsBusters
publisher Brent Bozell noted on the Thursday edition of Fox News
"Anybody who runs interference for Obama on this one issue [the
Benghazi attack] is deliberately misleading the American people,"
NewsBusters publisher Brent Bozell told Sean Hannity during his "Media
Mash" appearance on the October 18 Hannity. [...]
Both Mitt Romney's "47 percent" remarks and Barack Obama's
pro-"redistribution" comments could be considered "inflammatory if you
want to look for inflammatory comments," and yet there's a massive
double standard in how the media have reported [...]
"In a press conference, it's not uncommon for reporters to get together
before to make sure that their important question is asked. That's not
the issue," however, with how the media prepared their attack on Mitt
Romney at his September 12 press [...]
"These are two of the most moronic statements I have ever heard,"
NewsBusters publisher Brent Bozell, himself a practicing Catholic,
complained after watching video of MSNBC host Martin Bashir and MSNBC
contributor Jimmy Williams attacking Rep. [...]
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