We’re at Day 7 on Sharpitegate with no end in sight. Here’s the latest from Brian Stelter: Did the language used to cover President Trump’s false tweets about Hurricane Dorian and Alabama end up helping him? @brianstelter digs into #Sharpiegate pic.twitter.com/omMS3BTbm9 — Reliable Sources (@ReliableSources) September 8, 2019 He’s mad
Everybody give it up for the Guardians of Truth, without whom we might never have known what a depraved, sadistic, predatory sleazeball Jeffrey Epstein is. The Jeffrey Epstein case was catapulted onto the national news radar by one newspaper, the Miami Herald, and by one reporter in particular https://t.co/yynDM1kFV4 —
Uh-oh … CNN media firefighters are celebrating their chief! Hope you’ve got plenty of lotion: Chris Cuomo in Jeff Zucker tribute video at Mirror Awards: "One of his best skills is the ability to not seem as short as he actually is." — Jeremy Barr (@jeremymbarr) June 13, 2019 Marfmarfmarf.
One for all and all for one! At least that’s what this tweet and story from Brian Stelter seem to convey since it appears he’s running cover for the New York Times staffers after the leftist rag published an anti-Semitic cartoon last week. Don’t worry guys, the NYT staffers were
Brian Stelter can’t really think for one moment that anyone is going to take him seriously about his ‘humble, naive’ hope for the Mueller report, right? You have to wonder if this guy has been paying any attention to even his own timeline over the past two years … My
Trust us, we never watch “The View” — we just don’t have the stomach for it — but Mediate was on the case Tuesday, featuring an exchange in which the hosts argued about racism in the Republican Party. Meghan McCain Clashes With View Hosts Over GOP and Race: ‘Do You
Well, this is quite the plot twist… CNN’s Brian Stelter shared this quote from AP editor Sally Buzbee saying that the Trump-Russia probes have “gone on so long that it’s difficult to be able to assess what in this investigation is truly serious and what is not serious. So that
Brian Stelter has done it again! Last night, Stelter couldn’t help but notice that Dan Bongino, who was filling in for Sean Hannity on Fox News, hadn’t mentioned James Mattis’ “retirement”: I wonder what Fox employees think about a non-Fox employee hosting Fox’s biggest show for two nights in a