Alex Christy

CNN Newsroom wondered on Wednesday if President Biden is the best man for the job of combatting the Republican Party and the Supreme Court because he is too invested in the polite ways of how Washington used to operate. After deciding that he isn't, CNN suffered a blooper as a commercial aired in the middle of PBS NewsHour White House correspondent Laura Barron-Lopez’s remarks.

Jim Acosta may be stuck behind a desk, but the self-righteousness from his days as White House correspondent reappeared on Saturday’s CNN Newsroom as he hyped a new HBO documentary executive produced by Ronan Farrow entitled Endangered. As Acosta tells it, journalists are under attack around the world, including in America where conservatives don’t trust them.

Pro-lifers have routinely cited abortion laws in countries like China and North Korea as proof of Democratic extremism on the subject, but MSNBC’s Ali Velshi used his Saturday show to suggest that those two countries, as well as other dictatorships, prove that the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision was the radical position and that America is no longer a free country because of it.

Even by his standards, MSNBC presidential historian Michael Beschloss brought some absurd analysis to Friday’s edition of The 11th Hour where he claimed that for as supposedly bad as this Supreme Court term was, it could get even worse next term and that it is possible that the U.S. has seen its last “fair and free presidential election”

The trio of Chelsea Handler, Seth Meyers, and Stephen Colbert continued their lamentations at the downfall of Roe v. Wade on their Thursday night and Friday morning shows. The trio did everything from rage at random Twitter accounts, give the Supreme Court an “F” grade, and invited Justice Thomas to “suck it.”

The trio of Chelsea Handler, Seth Meyers, and Stephen Colbert continued their lamentations at the downfall of Roe v. Wade on their Thursday night and Friday morning shows. The trio did everything from rage at random Twitter accounts, give the Supreme Court an “F” grade, and invited Justice Thomas to “suck it.”

The trio of Chelsea Handler, Seth Meyers, and Stephen Colbert continued their lamentations at the downfall of Roe v. Wade on their Thursday night and Friday morning shows. The trio did everything from rage at random Twitter accounts, give the Supreme Court an “F” grade, and invited Justice Thomas to “suck it.”

Radical, self-proclaimed anti-racist author Ibram Kendi journeyed over the The Late Show on CBS for Stephen Colbert’s Thursday-taped show and miraculously the duo managed to not burn Ed Sullivan Theater to the ground despite all the torched strawmen that say Kendi’s critics want avoid teaching about slavery in schools.

To react to the Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia v. EPA that the executive branch can’t regulate carbon emissions at power plants without Congressional authorization, Katy Tur Reports guest host Yasmin Vossoughian welcomed radical climate scientist Michael Mann to accuse the “reactionary, activist” Court of taking away the right to a livable planet.

For the Wednesday night edition of Amanpour and Company on PBS and CNN International, host Christiane Amanpour thought it was appropriate to ask Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson to condemn the Supreme Court for its Dobbs ruling that struck down Roe v. Wade.