“We could be six days away from losing our rule of law. A historian 50 years from now, if historians are allowed to write in this country and if there are still free publishing houses and a free press, which I’m not certain of. But if that is true, a historian will say, what was at stake tonight and this week was the fact whether we will be a democracy in the future, whether our children will…
Hunter Biden's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski dropped bombshell revelations on the October 4, 2022 edition of FNC's Tucker Carlson Tonight. Crossposted on NewsBusters.
“Good morning. The Gipper was an airhead! That’s one of the conclusions of a new biography of Ronald Reagan that’s drawing a tremendous amount of interest and fire today, Monday, September the 27th, 1999....”— Co-host Katie Couric opening Today, September 27, 1999.
“Largely as a result of the policies and priorities of the Reagan Administration, more people are becoming poor and staying poor in this country than at any time since World War II.”— NBC Today co-host Bryant Gumbel, July 17, 1989.
Big developments in the Hunter Biden scandal are discussed on the July 28, 2022 edition of FNC's America's Newsroom. Crossposted on NewsBusters.
On the June 27, 2022 edition of FNC's Tucker Carlson Tonight, Tucker Carlson invited on the New York Post's Miranda Devine to break down the smoking gun voicemail from then-Vice President Joe Biden to Hunter.
On the June 6, 2022 edition of FNC's Hannity, Sean Hannity looks into video of President Joe Biden's son Hunter, allegedly being caught on video with a gun. As reported by RadarOnline and the New York Post.
“We have our own democratic crisis here at home….Democracy matters and Ukraine is showing that. So of course we have our own election people — the Republicans in a lot of states trying to pull back the voter access to so many different Americans. So Democrats are….so eager for him [President Joe Biden] to also talk about voting rights….This idea of connecting what’s going in Ukraine to…how our…
On the July 13, 2009 edition of “Charlie Rose,” Totenberg told Charlie Rose that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor has “a pretty conservative record.” Totenberg went on to tell Rose that Sotomayor’s record is “very much in the mainstream,” and that “you could say that she's more conservative than some members of the Supreme Court, including Justice Scalia, perhaps.”
Soon after President Obama picked Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court, NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg on the May 14, 2010 Inside Washington gushed that Kagan was "spectacularly successful" at Harvard Law School and "spectacularly successful" at the Clinton White House.