Alex Christy

CNN Newsroom host Poppy Harlow did not like being reminded on Thursday that left-wingers also commit and threaten to commit acts of violence. During an interview with former Trump acting Under Secretary of Homeland Security for Intelligence and Analysis Brian Murphy, Harlow demanded examples that violence isn’t just a right-wing phenomenon.

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank has a new book entitled The Destructionists where he claims the Republican Party is the enemy of all things good and decent. On Wednesday, he took his book tour to PBS’s Amanpour and Company where he warned that the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago could lead to another Oklahoma City-like bombing, but that it is important to remember Donald Trump isn’t uniquely horrible because he followed the same playbook as the Newt Gingrich and George W. Bush eras.

CNN Newsroom with Alisyn Camerota and Victor Blackwell is usually not a contentious show, but Wednesday’s edition was a little different as Republican strategist David Urban appeared to encourage political commentator S.E. Cupp to “come out of the bubble” on the matter of the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago.

CBS The Late Show host Stephen Colbert must live a rather dull life because how else does one come to the conclusion that the FBI raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home is like Christmas? Not only did Colbert compare the raid to that holiday on Tuesday, he also declared the related news headline “the most beautiful sentence America has ever produced.”

On her Tuesday show on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell blasted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s “outrageous” pledge to investigate Attorney General Merrick Garland if the GOP were to regain the House in November in the aftermath of the FBI’s raid on former President Trump’s home.

NBC Today host Savannah Guthrie was not convinced of the wisdom of Speak Pelosi’s recent trip to Taiwan. Given Beijing’s temper tantrum over the visit, Guthrie wondered “was it worth it” as she infantilized the communist regime by portraying it inevitable.

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi took his Saturday show on the road to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to cover that state’s new pro-life law in the new post-Roe era. As part of the show, Velshi moderated an absurd panel of abortion providers and activists where the pro-lifers were summarized as a bunch miscarriage criminalizing, flat Earth, racist, transphobic, ableist birth control banners.

If you watched either the Saturday edition of Today on NBC or ABC’s Good Morning America, you would have come away with the impression that Democrats would spend the voting to improve health care and the environment and reduce inflation and the deficit while Republicans try to stop them. Neither network provided any reason why someone might chose to oppose the bill.

If you watched either the Saturday edition of Today on NBC or ABC’s Good Morning America, you would have come away with the impression that Democrats would spend the voting to improve health care and the environment and reduce inflation and the deficit while Republicans try to stop them. Neither network provided any reason why someone might chose to oppose the bill.

Dr. Michael Osterholm may have once been a Biden a, but he does have a knack for telling it like it is. On Wednesday’s CBS Mornings he told host Jericka Duncan that Monkeypox is mostly confined to gay men who have had several sexual partners. Not only did Duncan want to disbelieve this, Friday’s Good Morning America on ABC lamented that such politically incorrect talk can lead to “a community being stigmatized.”