Wacky MOLE: Media Shouts Down Anti-Impeachment Messages


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression: 

Preaching impeachment was the motto for leftists this week and Fake News CNN had the anonymous individuals behind the graphics showcase their leftist bias. The network told viewers that the White House has officially “declared war” on the “Constitution” (It hasn’t- but facts don’t matter at CNN).

CBS This Morning hosts became annoyed that Rand Paul wouldn’t back impeachment against Donald Trump. The co-hosts ignored the Republican Senator’s points about the ex-Vice President and son Hunter Biden, instead repeating the same question over and over and interrupting the senator.

ABC News flew to the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on Thursday so correspondent Tom Llamas could promote how he badgered the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, on whether President Trump was “corrupt.” He too didn’t get the answer the network wanted to hear.

Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) was disgusted by moderator Chuck Todd's "very biased opening" segment on NBC’s  Meet the Press, and Todd openly fought with him and wouldn't let him finish a point as Johnson tried to explain the position of the Trump administration.

Later, Todd nicely interviewed Democratic Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) on the same program, lamenting the criticism he received from Johnson. Incredulous that anyone could disagree with his liberal narrative Todd asked Murphy, “What do we do?"

PBS New Hour decided to take your tax dollars and let Hillary Clinton claim she could beat Donald Trump “again” if there was a “re-match.” It was all smiles and laughs without questioning Hillary’s claim of an earlier victory. I guess PBS thinks she’s president?

For more media wackiness, check out NewsBusters.

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