On Monday's All In, MSNBC's Joy Reid claimed that the NRA doesn't care about the loss of life and only wants to sell more guns.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Tuesday's New Day on CNN, as co-host Chris Cuomo debated Republican Rep. Steve King on whether Syrian refugees should be allowed into the U.S., the CNN host absurdly suggested that barring refugees might "help ISIS" because it would be "playing into ISIS's hands" by "showing that you are against these people who are desperate."
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Monday's Late Show, liberal comedian Stephen Colbert heaped praise on liberal journalist Ted Koppel, who hosted ABC’s Nightline for 29 years, and called him “one of the most respected journalists of our time.”
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Charlie Rose teed up liberal Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos to provide a free advertisement for his newspaper, calling it “the new paper of record” and a “bright light that helps shine light on all of our institutions in this country and the political process.”
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN’s Brian Stelter did his best to play up how after the terrorist attacks in Paris Americans often have a “fearful, sometimes even xenophobic” reaction yet dismisses fears of a future terrorist attack us unwarranted and irrational. The CNN host opened his show by declaring the attack on Paris “struck the heart of Western culture, by hitting Paris, they hit home” before touting the standard liberal line that much of America’s reaction has been “xenophobic” based in “fear which is “poison” and a “crippling poison.”
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Monday’s Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie grilled Secretary of State John Kerry on the United States’ strategy to defeat ISIS yet the NBC host failed to question Kerry on his recent inflammatory comments in which he suggested a rationale existed for terrorists attacking the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in January.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Wednesday night’s Daily Show, host Trevor Noah gushed over veteran liberal ABC reporter Ted Koppel, proclaiming that here isn’t “anybody in the news who can arguably say they have had a more accomplished career than you have had.”
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Wednesday, the co-hosts of The View treated director Quentin Tarantino to a softball interview following his anti-cop remarks last month and provided him a platform to play the victim against those who condemned him calling cops “murderers.” After playing a clip of Tarantino’s remarks at a Rice Up October rally, Whoopi Goldberg failed to challenge the director for his anti-cop beliefs and instead sympathetically wondered “we want to ask you first of all, what did you mean by your comment?”
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Wednesday’s Fox & Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck pressed White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest over language used by Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama following last week’s ISIS terrorist attack in Paris. The Fox host strongly argued that Obama calling the Paris attack a mere “setback” and John Kerry saying the Charlie Hebdo attack was “understandable” was evidence the administration needs to change its “verbiage” because “everyone in this world right now sees them as aloof, apathetic and quite cavalier about these lives being lost at the hands of ISIS.”
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. The fact-checking of presidential debates by NPR remains uneven. At the last Republican debate, NPR assigned three reporters to “correct” four GOP claims. On Sunday night, NPR assigned only Danielle Kurtzleben to assess one claim, by Hillary Clinton, and she asserted it wasn't false. It was pretty much okay.