Sick Seth Meyers Compares George W. Bush to Serial Killers

On the late Tuesday/early Wednesday Late Night show on NBC, host Seth Meyers demonstrated that he is so anti-Republican, he devoted an entire commentary to complaining about Democrats who laud former President George W. Bush as they fret over Donald Trump being President in the present.He even made a crude analogy likening praising Bush to praising serial killer Ted Bundy after Jeffrey Dahmer came along. After recalling that Bush released a video to call for "unity" during the coronavirus pandemic, the liberal comedian then trashed the former President as he added: SETH MEYERS: But George W. Read More

CNN's Berman Cues Liberal Senator to Bash McConnell's Judge Moves

On Tuesday's New Day show, CNN host John Berman trotted out the Democratic talking points in an interview with Maine Senator Angus King, an "independent" who caucuses with the Democrats (lifetime American Conservative Union score: 6 percent.)Berman knocked the idea that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would keep confirming federal judges, including Justin Walker for the D.C. Court of Appeals (hearings start today.) The CNN host gave no pushback when Senator King derided Walker as "that unqualified judge," and complained that it was "ridiculous" that they were returning to D.C. in Read More

Amanpour Tries to Get EU Official to Bash Trump Over

On Monday's Amanpour & Co. on PBS and CNN International, host Christiane Amanpour tried to prod her guest -- the European Commission's president, Doctor Ursula von der Leyen -- to bash President Donald Trump over his confused suggestion that doctors might treat coronavirus patients with disinfectants.Doctor Leyen, who was appearing on the show to discuss a fundraising effort to help fight coronavirus, resisted being as negative toward Trump as Amanpour seemed to want. Toward the end of the interview, the PBS host brought up Trump's comments, and posed: You talked about data, and, of course, everybody Read More

MSNBC's Zerlina Maxwell: Whites Pushing to Reopen Economy Are Racist

On Sunday's PoliticsNation, as MSNBC's Al Sharpton hosted a discussion of the push to reopen the economy and how doing so might effect minorities, MSNBC contributor Zerlina Maxwell theorized that those pushing to reopen want to do so because they learned that minorities are disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus, and therefore are less concerned about the deaths of minorities.Sharpton observed that most protesters have been white, with few minorities participating, as he cued up her commentary: AL SHARPTON: The impact on blacks disproportionately -- the impact on the virus in terms of those that have been found Read More

Sharpton Wrongly Claims Trump Never Condemned Anti-Asian Racism

On Saturday's PoliticsNation show, MSNBC host Al Sharpton devoted a segment to claiming that President Donald Trump has stoked up racism against Asian-Americans by accurately linking the COVID-19 virus to China.He also incorrectly claimed that President Trump had not spoken out against anti-Asian racism even though the President did so not only on Twitter but also in one of his televised press conferences. Sharpton introduced the segment by recalling a survey finding that an increase in anti-Asian bigotry, and then complained about some of President Trump's tweets that linked the virus to China. Here's Sharpton: "Read More

Velshi Cues Up Laurence Tribe to Fearmonger Over Trump Judges

On Saturday's Velshi show, MSNBC host Ali Velshi provided a forum to liberal constitutional attorney Laurence Tribe to bash the conservative judges that President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are putting on the courts, and to fearmonger about how they might effect the country's future, calling it a "terrifying" and a "really scary prospect for anyone who cares about the future of this country."As Velshi introduced the segment, he noted that Senator McConnell wants to reconvene the Senate soon to confirm judicial nominees even though there are not enough tests Read More

Maher & Taibbi Lament Media's Trump Obsessions Distort Virus Coverage

On Friday's Real Time show on HBO, as host Bill Maher and Rolling Stone magazine's Matt Taibbi discussed the pandemic, the two liberals actually lamented that the dominant media are so anti-Donald Trump that they cannot be trusted to give unbiased information about the crisis and what might be effective against the coronavirus.The two noted that stories about possible treatments or, in the case of Sweden, alternative ways for trying to live with the pandemic without a strict lockdown, are often colored by the American media's political biases, with Taibbi suggesting that foreign media are more Read More

PBS Highlights Missteps by NY Democrats in Pandemic Response

On Thursday's Amanpour & Co. on PBS and CNN International, the show devoted a segment to the handling of the coronavirus pandemic in New York, and gave a surprising amount of criticism toward Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo.In an interview hosted by NPR weekend anchor Michel Martin, The New Yorker's Charles Duhigg argued that the death toll in the state has been 50 to 80 percent higher than it could have been if the two Democrats had taken advice from their health advisors more quickly as he also recalled that the two feuded and sent mixed Read More

Amanpour: Is Trump a 'Danger' to the U.S. and to

On Wednesday's Amanpour & Co. on PBS and CNN International, host Christiane Amanpour asked if President Donald Trump is a "danger to the people of the United States and to the world" as she spoke with former Senator Heidi Heitkamp and gave the North Dakota Democrat a forum to be critical of the Trump administration.Amanpour did little to press her Democratic guest from the right apart from asking her to respond to a couple of Trump administration statements defending their handling of the pandemic. The more loaded questions were posed from the left. After Heitkamp argued Read More

Seth Meyers Slams 'Conservative Movement' as a 'Fraud'

On the late Wednesday/early Thursday edition of NBC's Late Night, host Seth Meyers excoriated the "conservative movement" as a "fraud' as he attacked Vice President Mike Pence for not wearing a mask to visit a Mayo clinic, Fox News hosts for pushing to begin reopening the economy, and FreedomWorks for applying for a federal government loan.During his regular "A Closer Look" segment, after noting that Vice President Pence had opted not to wear a mask when he recently visited a Mayor clinic, Meyers cracked: He's like the a**hole who shows Read More