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Brian Williams Lauds Analyst As ‘Really Smart Guy’ in Spite of KKK Ref

<p>On Tuesday's <em>The 11th Hour with Brian Williams</em> on MSNBC, anchor Brian Williams hosted a segment with former Republican Rep. David Jolly and liberal MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson to discuss Jolly's recent contention that he believes the country might be better off if his own party loses to Democrats in the 2018 congressional elections.</p>

MSNBC Panel Sees Racism ‘Code’ in ‘Take the Country Back,’ Values Voters Summit

<p>On Friday's <em>The Last Word</em>, a panel of MSNBC regulars fretted over President Donald Trump's speech to the Values Voters Summit, and made their latest accusations of racist "code," with contributor Jonathan Capehart ridiculously suggesting that the words "take their country back" used by Tea Partiers in 2010 was motivated by racism. Substitute host Ali Velshi also fretted over a flyer from the event warning about the dangers of homosexuality, and, while previewing the segment, even briefly mentioned the MRC's "I Don't Believe the Liberal Media" bumper stickers that were also displayed on Saturday's <em>AM Joy</em>.</p>

TV One Guest Claims Trump Supporters Want to ‘Eugenics,’ to ‘Eliminate,’ Minorities

<p>On Friday's <em>News One Now</em> on TV One, substitute host Michelle Bernard presided over a panel in which one guest asserted that the push to repeal ObamaCare by Donald Trump supporters is fueled by a desire for "eugenics" against minorities to bolster "white supremacy." She further claimed that there was a desire to "eliminate" and "annihilate" minorities. Neither host Bernard nor even the token Republican on the panel voiced any disagreement with her incendiary claims.</p>

MSNBC Republican Agrees After Howard Dean Calls Bannon ‘Nazi Sympathizer’

<p>On Sunday afternoon, <em>MSNBC Live</em> displayed another classic example of how the inclusion of Republican analysts on the liberal news network is seldomly about providing a dissenting point of view, but instead to contribute additional liberal bias on top of that already coming from out-of-the-closet liberal analysts. When far-left former DNC chairman Howard Dean gave analysis in which he hyperbolically called former White House advisor Steve Bannon a "Nazi sympathizer," fellow guest Susan Del Percio -- a Republican strategist and frequent MSNBC guest often paired with Dean on weekends -- voiced agreement with her liberal counterpart's analysis while fretting that Bannon will hurt the Republican party.</p>

CNN Wrongly Claims White Police Officer Killed Philando Castile

<p>The narrative that blacks are violently targeted by police officers out of racism is so entrenched in the media that journalists sometimes forget that some police officers involved in widely-reported violence with black suspects are either black or Hispanic, and not white. On Thursday's <em>Erin Burnett OutFront</em>, CNN correspondent Drew Griffin mistakenly identified the police officer who tragically killed black motorist Philando Castile as being "white" even though former Officer Jeronimo Yanez is Hispanic.</p>

CNN Wrongly Claims White Police Officer Killed Philando Castile

<p>The narrative that blacks are violently targeted by police officers out of racism is so entrenched in the media that journalists sometimes forget that some police officers involved in widely-reported violence with black suspects are either black or Hispanic, and not white. On Thursday's <em>Erin Burnett OutFront</em>, CNN correspondent Drew Griffin mistakenly identified the police officer who tragically killed black motorist Philando Castile as being "white" even though former Officer Jeronimo Yanez is Hispanic.</p>

MSNBC’s Reid Frets Over MRC ‘Don’t Believe the Liberal Media’ Stickers

<p>On Saturday's <em>AM Joy </em>on MSNBC, during a discussion of President Donald Trump's appearance at the Values Voters Summit, host Joy Reid fretted over MRC bumper stickers criticizing the liberal media while also griping about flyers for a book exposing the dangers of homosexual behavior that were given out. Reid reacted: "I mean, the stuff that they're distributing there, it feels so counter to the core message of love in the Christian Bible that it's hard for me to believe that they read that Bible and they get that out of it."</p> <p> </p>

Navarro Defends NFL Protests: ‘Who Died & Made You Judge of Blackness?’

<p>On Thursday's <em>New Day</em>, during a discussion of whether the NFL should require players to stand during the National Anthem, conservative CNN commentator Ben Ferguson and liberal Republican CNN commentator Ana Navarro got into a heated debate after Ferguson called Colin Kaepernick a "fraud" because he used the Flag to protest provocatively without even taking the time to vote.</p> <p> </p>

Regular MSNBC Guest Urges Gun Control, Can’t Explain How It Would Help

<p>Appearing as a guest on Monday's <em>Tucker Carlson Tonight</em> on FNC, frequent MSNBC guest and liberal Republican Richard Painter had a great deal of trouble explaining how more gun control might have stopped the Las Vegas mass shooting or other mass shootings as host Carlson challenged him on the subject. Painter -- who has a history of excoriating the NRA -- has recently been using his Twitter account to attack the pro-gun group and Republicans it supports, referring to NRA campaign spending as "blood money."</p>

Regular MSNBC Guest Urges Gun Control, Can’t Explain How It Would Help

<p>Appearing as a guest on Monday's <em>Tucker Carlson Tonight</em> on FNC, frequent MSNBC guest and liberal Republican Richard Painter had a great deal of trouble explaining how more gun control might have stopped the Las Vegas mass shooting or other mass shootings as host Carlson challenged him on the subject. Painter -- who has a history of excoriating the NRA -- has recently been using his Twitter account to attack the pro-gun group and Republicans it supports, referring to NRA campaign spending as "blood money."</p>

WashPost’s Rubin Joins MSNBC Panel to Bash NRA, Push More Gun Control

<p>On Sunday's<em> AM Joy</em>, <em>Washington Post</em> columnist and disaffected former Republican Jennifer Rubin joined in with MSNBC liberals Joy Reid and E.J. Dionne to trash the National Rifle Association and its executive vice president, Wayne LaPierre, as the group pushed for more gun control. And for his part, Dionne ended up suggesting that congressional Republicans should remove metal detectors from the Capitol "if they're not going to protect the rest of us," leading to agreement from host Reid.</p>

ABC, NBC Deride Pence Walking Out of NFL Game As ‘Stunt’

<p>On Sunday evening, ABC's <em>World News Tonight</em> and the <em>NBC Nightly News</em> both reacted to Vice President Mike Pence walking out of an NFL game in Indianapolis by dismissing his reaction as a "stunt," with ABC fretting that he was "reigniting the fury." It did not seem to occur to either network that, when several of the '49ers players sparked the move by kneeling during the National Anthem, this display could also be called a "stunt."</p>

Bill Maher Claims Second Amendment Was Passed to Enforce Slavery

<p>On Friday's<em> Real Time</em> on HBO, liberal host Bill Maher was again hitting the issue of race from the left as he promoted claims that the purpose of the Second Amendment was to help keep the slave population under control, rather than to give the population a right to self-defense. Additionally, he played the game of finding racial double standards in the treatment of whites and nonwhites with regard to guns and mass shootings. And, for his part, MSNBC Republican Steve Schmidt ridiculously claimed that "It is harder to buy cough medicine than it is to buy an AK-47 or 50 of them."</p>

MSNBC Republican Bolsters AM Joy Panel’s Call for More Gun Control

<p>Appearing as a panel member on Saturday's <em>AM Joy</em>, frequent MSNBC guest Kurt Bardella was again using his history of involvement in Republican politics to bolster the views of liberals on the show -- this time during a discussion of gun control. Bardella -- a former spokesperson for <em>Breitbart News</em> who has made a name for himself bashing his former employer -- talked up the possibility that country music celebrities could get more gun control passed in Congress if they were to publicly move to the left on the issue. Additionally, the alleged Republican provided no counter-argument to far left MSNBC contributor Howard Dean's rant against the NRA, or MoveOn.org's Karine Jean-Pierre deriding congressional Republicans for not enacting new gun laws.</p>

CNN Pairs NRA’s LaPierre Next to Image of Las Vegas Murderer, Slams ‘Hypocrisy’

<p>On Friday's <em>New Day</em> CNN, it was demonstrated that, even when Republicans and the NRA seem to be finding agreement with liberals on a possible new gun restriction, it's a case of no good deed goes unpunished as CNN's Chris Cuomo responded by accusing the NRA of "hypocrisy," and by seeing "craven political BS" from some Republicans. And, in a graphic visible in the background during parts of the discussion, CNN even provocatively displayed an image of NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre alongside an image of Las Vegas mass murderer Stephen Paddock with the words "BANNING BUMP STOCKS" in between them.</p>

Scarborough Claims ‘Extreme Gerrymandering’ Helping NRA Defy 90% of US

<p>On Thursday's<em> Morning Joe</em>, host Joe Scarborough was again hitting the gun control issue from the left as he railed against the NRA for supposedly having too much power, and managed to work in another pet liberal concern as he ranted against "extreme gerrymandering" allegedly being to blame. Fellow MSNBC conservative Charlie Sykes also came on board to join in on the NRA bashing: "This is an organization that has taken the most extreme, absolute position on everything. I've tangled with them, and their position is basically: Do not give an inch on anything. Common sense solutions which may make sense to 90 percent of the voters, when it comes up against this, you know, the NRA ideology, stands no chance."</p>

Scarborough Slams Gun Makers ‘Getting Richer’ When ‘Children Get Slaughtered’

<p>On Wednesday's <em>Morning Joe</em>, MSNBC was again showing itself to be the news network where the conservatives talk like liberals while the liberals also talk like liberals as host Joe Scarborough went on a rant against gun makers supposedly "getting richer" after mass shootings because the talk of gun control drives a temporary spike in gun purchases.</p>

CNN New Day Buries Anti-White Church Shooting in 11-Second Brief

<p>Since news broke that a black man went into a predominantly white church in Nashville, Tennessee, and shot several people, killing one, just over a week ago, there has been an astonishing lack of interest from CNN's <em>New Day</em> morning show, as well as most of its weekday programs. The news network also ignored revelations reported on Friday that there is evidence that the attack was racially motivated. But CNN's <em>New Day</em> show not only did not update viewers on the subject, but the daily three-hour show has only devoted a total of 11 seconds to the story in the entire last week, which came last Monday in a brief at 8:41 a.m. ET.</p>

Matthews Gushes Over Sally Quinn Putting ‘Hexes’ on People & Allegedly ‘Killing’ Them

<p>On Friday's <em>Hardball</em> on MSNBC, during an interview with former <em>Washington Post</em> reporter Sally Quinn, host Chris Matthews oddly gushed over his liberal guest's claims in her book that she had put "hexes" on people and possibly caused their early demise. She even made a crack about how her friends keep trying to get her to put a hex on President Donald Trump.</p> <p> </p>

MSNBC Guest Sees ‘White Flight’ to GOP, a Black Roy Moore Could Not Hold Gun

<p>On Friday morning's <em>MSNBC Live</em>, host Stephanie Ruhle was freaking out over Republican Roy Moore getting nominated for Senate in Alabama as she hosted liberal guest David Litt and right-leaning guest Elise Jordan to discuss the subject. As is typical, Jordan contributed no right-leaning commentary into the discussion as Litt -- a new recurring guest on MSNBC -- was more partisan as he accused Republicans of engaging in "white flight" after Barack Obama became President. He also tried to insert another racial angle into the conversation as he theorized that a black man could not have gotten away with holding a gun on stage like Moore did, even though Sheriff David Clarke has held a rifle at right-leaning events -- more than once -- and is a big hit within the conservative movement.</p> <p> </p>

Joy Reid Wrongly Claims More Anti-Obama Threats, Lauded as ‘Great Intellectual’

<p>Appearing as a guest on Friday's All In with Chris Hayes, far-left MSNBC host Joy Reid was spreading misinformation to viewers as she claimed that President Barack Obama "had more threats against him than any President" even though the claim was discredited years ago. And, on her own show on Saturday's <em>AM Joy,</em> liberal guest Frank Schaeffer laughably lauded her as a "great public intellectual."</p> <p> </p>

CNN’s Lemon Bristles at GOP Guest Calling Out Bias: ‘You’re Way Out of Line’

<p>On Thursday's <em>CNN Tonight</em>, during a discussion of reports that Russia has tried to use social media to stoke up political divisions in the U.S. -- with host Don Lemon citing a poll to call out President Donald Trump for being "divisive" -- the CNN host went into a rant after right-leaning CNN political commentator Ben Ferguson accused Lemon of also being divisive by repeatedly "pounding" President Trump on his show.</p>

MSNBC’s Wallace Fears GOP ‘Extinction’ Over Roy Moore, ‘Too Offensive’ for TV

<p>On Thursday's <em>Deadline: White House</em>, Republican-leaning MSNBC most Nicolle Wallace was still fretting over Roy Moore's GOP primary victory in Alabama as she repeated her claims from yesterday that some of his past comments are "too offensive" to be shown on television. She also worried that his candidacy for Senate signals that the Republican party is "on a path to extinction."</p>

MSNBC Republicans Freak Out Over ‘Jerk’ Roy Moore, Invoke David Duke

<p>No one who follows MSNBC would be at all surprised that the Republicans who appear regularly as analysts on the blatantly liberal news network would trash Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore after his primary victory yesterday, but MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace had one of the most bizarre responses as she actually claimed that some of his more controversial statements are too "abhorrent" to even be shown on television. And tight-leaning guest John Podhoretz even went so far as to invoke former KKK leader David Duke, and slammed Moore as a "jerk," deriding him as "gross."</p>

MSNBC Republican Suggests GOP Better Off If Dem Beats Roy Moore

<p>Appearing as a panel member on Tuesday's <em>MTP Daily</em> on MSNBC, right-leaning MSNBC political analyst Hugh Hewitt gave the latest example of the kind of analysis one expects to find coming from Republicans who typically appear on the liberal news network. During a discussion of the likelihood that Alabama Justice Roy Moore would likely beat incumbent Senator Luther Strange for the Republican nomination for Senate, Hewitt suggested that Republicans would be better off to lose the special election to a Democrat rather than let Moore serve as a "terrible brand" for the party.</p>

CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill Admits ‘I Don’t Stand for the National Anthem’

<p>On Friday's <em>CNN Tonight</em>, during a discussion of President Donald Trump speaking out against Colin Kaepernick and other athletes who have refused to stand for the national anthem, far-left CNN political commentator Marc Lamont Hill admitted that he also does not stand for the anthem. Hill: "I come on here every week and talk about white supremacy -- I say Donald Trump is a white supremacist -- I don't stand for the national anthem -- and CNN still employs me." And as he appeared again on Saturday's <em>CNN Newsroom</em>, he further complained that standing for the anthem is "an affirmation of the American empire," and boasted about his willingness to label President Trump as a "white supremacist."</p>

MTP Panelist Stephen Henderson Claims National Anthem Is ‘White Supremacist’

<p>Sunday's <em>Meet the Press </em>on NBC showed the latest in a troubling trend toward the terms "white supremacist" or "white supremacy" being overused and misused to the point that one may be unsure what to call actual white supremacists who really do advocate racist attitudes and favor discrimination to artificially benefit whites. During a panel discussion of President Donald Trump condemning black athletes like Colin Kaepernick who have refused to stand during the national anthem at public games, panel member Stephen Henderson -- editorial page editor for the <em>Detroit Free Press</em> -- actually argued that the national anthem is "white supremacist" as he defended those who refuse to show the respect of standing.</p>

MSNBC Johnson Sees Toys R Us ‘White Supremacy,’ GOP ‘Ku Klux Versus the Klan’

<p>In recent days, race-obsessed MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson has again been going off the rails with hyperbolic accusations of racism. Not only did he oddly accuse Toys R Us of promoting "white supremacy," but he even made a crack about the KKK in bashing Republicans as he described the Alabama GOP Senate primary contest as "the Ku Klux versus the Klan."</p> <p> </p>

PBS Guests of Tavis Smiley Fret Over ‘White Rage,’ GOP ‘White Nationalism’

<p>On Tuesday, PBS's <em>Tavis Smiley</em> show hosted two guests to discuss the issue of "white rage" in America in the age of Donald Trump. So did the taxpayer-funded network hold a balanced discussion with two opposing points of view? Of course not. True to form, the show was merely a conservative-free zone with two left-wing guests joining the left-wing host to go after Republicans with charges of "white nationalism," "white supremacy," and efforts to "move African-Americans back in their place."</p> <p> </p>

CNN’s Foreman Hints GOP Trying to Benefit Pro-Trump States with Health Plan

<p>On Wednesday's <em>CNN Tonight</em>, as correspondent Tom Foreman informed viewers of how Avalere Health evaluates the Graham-Cassidy ObamaCare replacement plan, the CNN reporter misleadingly hinted that part of the motivation for the plan might be to reward states that voted for Donald Trump. Host Don Lemon even bolstered the suggestion: "Yeah, you can certainly see the politics at play here."</p> <p> </p>

MSNBC Guests Slam ‘Flat-Out Full Racist’ Trump, ‘Danger to This Planet’

<p>Over the weekend, the always ultra-liberal <em>AM Joy</em> show on MSNBC included a couple of especially noteworthy incidents of guests hyperbolically attacking President Donald Trump as frequent MSNBC guest (and former <em>New York Times </em>reporter) David Cay Johnston called him a "flat-out full racist," and MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson claimed the President was a "danger to this planet" and "everybody in this particular country."</p> <p> </p>

Media Wrongly Claim Trump Ad Pushed to Execute ‘Innocent Children’

<p>Since Donald Trump began his run for President in June 2015, parts of the dominant liberal media have repeatedly parroted the incorrect claim that, in 1989, Trump ran a newspaper ad in which he urged the execution of a group of young black and Hispanic teens who ended up eventually being proven "innocent" in spite of confessing to the infamous rape and beating of a Central Park jogger that year.</p> <p> </p>

MSNBC Guest Falsely Claims Miss Texas ‘Called Trump a White Supremacist’

<p>Appearing as a panel member both on Friday's <em>The Last Word</em>, and again on Saturday's <em>AM Joy</em>, frequent MSNBC guest Karine Jean-Pierre of MoveOn.org was so desperate to interpret racism into President Donald Trump's criticism of ESPN's Jemele Hill for calling him a "white supremacist," that she misleadingly claimed that Miss Texas "said the same thing" and "called Donald Trump a white supremacist" so she could suggest Trump ignored Miss Texas's slight because she is white. In fact, Miss Texas never called Trump a "white supremacist," but instead complained that the President did not more aggressively respond to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville.</p>

PBS’s Woodruff to Clinton: ‘Do You Believe the President Is Racist?’

<p>In a pre-recorded interview aired on Friday's <em>PBS NewsHour</em>, PBS host Judy Woodruff asked guest Hillary Clinton if she believes President Donald Trump is "racist," and then did not challenge her when she claimed that Trump had "accepted the support of David Duke," and that he "has not condemned the neo-Nazis and the self-proclaimed white supremacists." Substitute host Hari Sreenivasan also teased that, in part two of the interview to be aired next week, Clinton had blamed "well-executed voter suppression of African-American voters" for her loss in Wisconsin.</p> <p> </p>

CNN’s Blitzer Lauds National Health Care: ‘Works Well’ in Canada, Europe

<p>As Wyoming Republican Senator John Barasso appeared as a guest on CNN's <em>Wolf</em> show, host Wolf Blitzer pushed for the creation of a national health insurance program along the lines of the Bernie Sanders "Medicare for all" plan as he claimed that a similar system used in Canada and Europe "works well."</p>

CNN’s Blitzer Lauds National Health Care: ‘Works Well’ in Canada, Europe

<p>As Wyoming Republican Senator John Barasso appeared as a guest on CNN's <em>Wolf</em> show, host Wolf Blitzer pushed for the creation of a national health insurance program along the lines of the Bernie Sanders "Medicare for all" plan as he claimed that a similar system used in Canada and Europe "works well."</p>

MSNBC Republicans Gush Over Hillary’s Book, Charges of ‘Misogyny’

<p>On Tuesday's <em>Deadline: White House</em> on MSNBC, host Nicolle Wallace led a panel which gushed over and sympathized with Hillary Clinton's complaints about having to face "misogyny" in her presidential campaign. Although Wallace and MSNBC analyst Elise Jordan have a history of being Republicans, they sounded very similar to the rest of the liberal media as they covered for Hillary's involvement in trying to silence women who had been harassed or assaulted by her husband, former President Bill Clinton.</p>

MSNBC Panel Frets ‘Voter Suppression,’ Red States Hurt ‘Marginalized Communities’

<p>On Monday's <em>MTP Daily</em>, on MSNBC, during a panel discussion of the challenges Democrats have to overcome to win elections, Democratic strategist Zerlina Maxwell received no pushback when she complained about "voter suppression" hurting Democrats, and even asserted that Democrats disproportionately moved to states like California because red states have policies that are "harmful to marginalized communities."</p>

Martin Sheen Blames U.S. for Ruining Central America, Causing Immigration

<p>Appearing as a guest on Monday's <em>Tavis Smiley</em> show on PBS, liberal actor Martin Sheen claimed that the United States is to blame for causing so many immigrants to leave Central American countries and travel to the U.S. as he complained about past interventions in some of those countries. The liberal actor concluded that "we're looking at what we have wrought."</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

MSNBC Hosts Fret There’s Not Enough ‘Climate Change’ Discussion

<p>Between Friday and Saturday, as Ali Velshi hosted some of MSNBC's live coverage of Hurricane Irma hitting Florida, the MSNBC host repeatedly pushed for there to be more discussion of "climate change" and how the U.S. government might try to effect it in the future. Ironically, on Saturday night, as Craig Melvin hosted MSNBC for several hours, he fretted that there had not been enough discussion of "climate change" even though Velshi repeatedly brought it up.</p>
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