In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:
The liberal media was preparing for the president’s summit with Kim Jong-un, worried that the event would create a “winning news cycle.”
In their best efforts to prevent a winning news cycle they complained that "Just because something hasn't happened before, doesn't mean it's historic.” Uh, sure. CNN also spend a great deal of time picking apart the lunch menu for the event.
Some pundits on MSNBC expressed their displeasure that the more time they spent talking about North Korea was resulting in less time for them to discuss Russia.
The primary election results came in this week and the liberal media didn’t like that either. They decided to call the GOP a cult and at least one liberal host actually compared the GOP to Jonestown.
On a different note, the liberal media suddenly had an interest in what laws are Christian. On MSNBC they liked to repeatedly press their Republican guests on whether enforcing immigration law is the Christian thing to do. I wonder why they never asked this question to Pelosi or other democrats who fight to give taxpayer money to Planned Parenthood, imagine:
“Minority Leader, is forcing taxpayers to fund abortions the Christian thing to do? No, they’ll never ask that.
But the liberal media did adopt a Christian attitude of forgiveness this week. Of course, it was for Bill Clinton. CNN’s Van Jones says that Bill Clinton's "heart was in the right place" after the former president said it used to be acceptable to subject women to sexual behavior “against their will.”
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