Wacky MOLE: The Liberal Alphabet Of Bias


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

The 8.6 people that watch MSNBC on a regular basis sometimes need the Democratic talking points presented to them as simple as possible. On Wednesday, MSNBC hyped Democrats following the “ABCs of impeachment” to go after President Trump. Liberal talking points were followed to letter, literally, as the segment detailed all of Trump’s alleged impeachable offenses.

The media, who is so eager to bash President Trump at every turn they can’t even give him credit when he kills a murderous terrorist, also can’t seem to take a joke. Wednesday morning, Trump retweeted an obviously photoshopped image, of himself placing the medal of honor around the canine who chased down ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the raid in which he was killed. The medal had a dog paw on it – the leftist media was quick to claim that Trump tweeted out a “fake” picture.

Surprisingly, Joe Scarborough and his MSNBC friends took a day off from comparing President Donald Trump to Hitler this week. Instead they likened him to Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi.

Following the partisan passage of the House’s impeachment procedures on Thursday, CBS’s Nora O’Donnell sat down with, or rather rolled over for, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). Her first hard-hitting question was this bullet of a fastball: “Republicans say the rules are unfair. Are they?” To which Schiff responded, “No.”

For more media wackiness, check out NewsBusters.

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