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CNN Makes Excuses For FBI’s Cohen Raid And Calls Trump’s Comments ‘Dangerous’

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  by Nick Givas CNN felt the need to defend the FBI’s raid on President Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen Tuesday on “New Day” and called Trump’s comments on the matter “dangerous.” “I don’t want to speculate on what they’re looking for without knowing and I also don’t want to go — there’s something that the president said that I ...

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Trump hits out at Fake News and Illegal Alien ‘Caravan’ in early morning tweets

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President Donald Trump started Tuesday by striking out at the mainstream media and the massive group of prospective illegal aliens crossing Mexico. “The Fake News Networks, those that knowingly have a sick and biased AGENDA, are worried about the competition and quality of Sinclair Broadcast,” he first tweeted just after 6:30 a.m. “The “Fakers” at CNN, NBC, ABC & CBS ...

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Watch: Another Week of ‘Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression’

MRCTV released its newest episode of Wacky M.O.L.E. (Moments of Liberal Expression) in which they show the hamhanded, ill-thought and regularly illogical rantings of the liberal media establishment. In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression, the liberal media shows they don’t like that pesky First Amendment, especially when it pertains to expressing support for the Second Amendment. CBS uses the ...

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ABC uses misleading tweet to push anti-gun narrative

ABC News posted a tweet Tuesday morning that misleads followers into thinking that 7,000 kids have been killed in school shooting since the Columbine tragedy. “Activists place thousands of shoes near the U.S. Capitol, creating a memorial to children killed by gun violence since the Sandy Hook school shooting,” they tweeted in a post that includes a video of a ...

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Former New York Times Editor Carries Obama Therapy Doll in Her Purse

It’s not like the New York Times’ liberal bias is any secret but here is a creepy story that shows how deep that the rot truly runs at the nation’s most influential newspaper. The first female editor of the “The Gray Lady” has fessed up that she has been so distraught by President Trump’s election that she is carrying around ...

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Leave It to CNN to Make an Overture from North Korea a Bad Thing

A sitting US president has never met face-to-face with a leader of the North Korean regime. Thanks to an invite from Kim Jong-un Thursday night, Donald Trump will be doing just that in about eight weeks. No one expected it. Not even the State Department. On Thursday morning no less, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that we were “a ...

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EXCLUSIVE: New York Times Executive Editor Calls Opinion Page ‘Far Left Wing’ In Private Meeting

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  by Joe Simonson The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet labeled the paper’s opinion page as “far left wing” and defended the hiring of columnist Bret Stephens, during a private meeting with members of Stanford University’s college newspaper. Baquet addressed the staff of The Stanford Daily before his scheduled public event Tuesday night. One student who does not ...

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Shooting Survivor: CNN wanted me to read their scripted material, refused my question [video]

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CNN held a town hall Wednesday night to discuss the Parkland, Florida tragedy, but it wasn’t nearly as open and unbiased as the president’s listening session on the same topic. Colton Haab, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student,  said that CNN asked him if he’d like to pose a question at the town hall, but Colton decided not to after ...

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‘Conservative’ NYT Columnists Have A Habit Of Telling Americans They’re Worse Than Immigrants

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  by Will Racke The stable of right-of-center opinion writers at The New York Times is not known for its viewpoint diversity. David Brooks, Bret Stephens and Bari Weiss regularly offer predictable critiques of Trumpist populism, mixed in with Manhattan- and Beltway-approved opinions on divisive social issues. Brooks and Stephens, in particular, have achieved a remarkable synergy in their writing ...

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