In this weeks Wacky Moments of Leftist Extremism:
The folly of fake news has (at least for now) come to an end for CNN's Brian Stelter. The Reliable Sources host who ineptly attempted to play the role of objective media critic - at CNN of all places - was fired on Thursday.
CBS anchor Norah O'Donnell found out what many of us already knew. Anonymous sources trashing Donald Trump can’t be trusted. After O'Donnell sloppily tweeted an inaccurate claim that Trump was lying about the FBI taking his passports in the Mar-a-Lago raid, critics pounced on her trend of spreading “fake news.”
Given Liz Cheney's overwhelming defeat in the Wyoming Republican congressional primary, it would be a very uphill slog for her to win a national GOP presidential primary, should that be her goal for 2024. In a mark of just how steep that climb would be, CNN claimed Cheney's base of support is . . . Democrats, and the Beltway media! Not exactly the people you need to win a Republican presidential primary.
ABC News on Tuesday blurred the lines between the network and DNC cheerleaders, touting the “big win,” and “big victory” for Joe Biden after the passage of a new spending bill. The journalists at Good Morning America could barely contain their excitement.
Related: Humpty Dumpty Has a Great Fall! Brian Stelter & 'Reliable Sources' Done at CNN
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough parrots Biden so much, that he’s beginning to act like lunch-bucket Joe on air. While trying to defend the FBI from charges of politicization, Scarborough had a Biden moment, forgetting the name of the Steele dossier as he introduced disgraced ex-FBI agent Peter Strzok. Scarborough referred to the dossier as “all the stuff.”
For a look at these moments of media madness and more, watch the video above.
For a complete rundown of all the leftist media lunacy check out NewsBusters.
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