Today of all days is probably not the day for CNN to try to take a nuanced look at post-9/11 America. And yet, that’s exactly what John Avlon did today: Is this real? pic.twitter.com/PdnxyvCxgf — EducatëdHillbilly (@RobProvince) September 11, 2019 Oh boy. No way — 𝐂𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐨𝐬 (@ChuckEChaves) September 11, 2019
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
The timing really couldn’t have been worse for the Biden campaign to send out this tweet. Timing https://t.co/6g0M8E3zVo — Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) September 5, 2019 You see, enough people were distracted by Biden’s eye filling with blood during CNN’s #ClimateTownHall that they didn’t need to draw any more attention to it.
Earlier this week, media and gun grabbers fell all over themselves to report that the Odessa shooter obtained his weapon through a “private sale” that allowed him to escape a background check, thereby demonstrating that universal background checks would have prevented the shooting: New: Odessa gunman purchased weapon in private
As we mentioned earlier, CNN’s “climate crisis” town hall isn’t failing to deliver the Democrats help pushing their narrative, and another example can be found in Wolf Blitzer’s opening to the seven-hour telecast that Dems might be thanking him for: Video: Partisan hack @WolfBlitzer begins @CNN's #ClimateTownHall coverage by directly
Beto O’Rourke says it’s “really hard” to see how those who vote for President Donald Trump are not racist. In other words, Beto O’Rourke believes Trump voters are racists. .@jaketapper: “Do you think it’s racist to vote for President Trump in 2020?” Beto O’Rourke: “I think it’s really hard… Donald
The aftermath of two deadly mass shootings is as good a time as any for blue-checks and media Guardians of Truth to re-up that tiresome lie about the Trump administration effectively arming the severely mentally ill. Shortly after taking office, President Trump quietly rolled back an Obama-era, post-Sandy Hook massacre