Wacky MOLE: Media Says It's 'Catastrophically Bad' That You Don't Trust Them


In this week's Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

This week the leftist media on CNN is feeling physically ill, because you may be thinking, “maybe, I don’t trust the news.” Gee, I wonder why?

After Donald Trump’s odd claim that Alabama was threatened by Hurricane Dorian, CBS, CNN, NBC and MSNBC on Thursday all jumped on the possibility of jail time for the President, because he used a sharpie pen on a weather map.

CNN gained some really, really low ratings this week with it’s seven-hour climate change town hall. CNN host Alisyn Camerota and chief climate correspondent Bill Weir previewed their whopping forum for Democratic presidential candidates. After admitting he is "biased" on the issue, Weir declared that that even if there were a town hall on the topic every day, "it wouldn't be enough." 

NBC loves liberal Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor so much they had her on to promote her new children’s book, "Just Ask!" - AND they presented her with a cake.

CBS This Morning co-host Tony Dokoupil on Wednesday just came out and endorsed 2020 Democrat Andrew Yang’s plan to just simply give away cash money, should he be elected president. Dokoupil called the scheme a “good policy” as co-host Anthony Mason gushed that “it’s pretty attractive.” Where the money would come from and how much it would cost wasn’t discussed. 

They just don’t like being called out for bias at MSNBC. As Morning Joe seeks the cure for the ‘virus’ of calling out media bias.

For more media wackiness, check out NewsBusters.

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