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Univision and Fusion anchor has penned yet another moral preen of a column, this time, scolding America for having elected Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States. But the only thing that Ramos managed to signal here, beyond progressive virtue, was precisely how out of touch he is with the country he purports to lecture.
Lateral movement in one direction or the other routinely comes into play in sports. Thats not the case in sports media, which almost always go to the left. Today, sportswriting is basically a liberal profession, declared Bryan Curtis in a Thursday piece for The Ringer. Curtis noted that Donald Trumps election was merely an accelerant for a change that was already sweeping across sportswriting and added, Forget the viability of being a Trump-friendly sportswriter today. Could someone even be a Paul Ryanfriendly sportswriter?
As New York Times columnist and CNN political commentator Charles Blow appeared on Thursday's CNN Tonight, the liberal analyst had another of his infamous blow-up episodes, this time targeting CNN commentator Kayleigh McEnany, after the right-leaning analyst dared to touch his arm in a friendly manner before criticizing his negative attacks on President Donald Trump.Blow griped: "The fact that you touched me before you said that is wrong. Don't do that. Don't do that. ... No, no, no, ma'am, no, ma'am, don't do that. Don't touch me and then launch into your 'sinister motivations' diatribe. That's not going to happen tonight, ma'am." Toward the end of the heated exchange, after McEnany lamented, "You said I'm not even allowed to touch you," Blow exclaimed, "No, you're not!" over and over again for a total of eight times.
While covering Donald Trump boarding Air Force One on Friday morning, John Berman -- the co-anchor of CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow -- referred to the Republican president's news conference the day before, which he said received mixed reviews, to say the least. Berman also stated that Trump was going to visit the Boeing plant in Charleston, South Carolina, where he was going to talk about jobs, hopefully not going to criticize the media since that isnt what people want to hear.
Talk about a stretch! Or, better, make that a streeeeeeetch.Vox has started a new type of movie review in which they take a film and try to correrelate it to current events. Since Vox, like the rest of the MSM, is absolutely obessed by President Trump, it is no big surprise that they will apply their TDS to the reviews starting with the current movie: "Dr. Strangelove." To read the review by Alissa Wilkinson you would think Stanley Kubrick's classic dark comedy should have been named "Dr. StrangeTrump or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Donald."
On Fridays CBS Evening News, anchor Scott Pelley strayed into punditry as he observed that the common denominator of Mr. Trumps woes is the Constitution and not the media because they didnt cause the departure of Mike Flynn, halt his immigration executive order, or have Andy Pudzer withdraw as the Labor Secretary nominee.
The New York Times provided more publicity for the anti-Trump resistance with Bookstores Stoke Resistance With Action, Not Just Books Places of Business, and Hubs of Protest. Three weeks ago, the NYT was also using the self-indulgent liberal theme of books as rebellion, finding eerie parallels' between dystopian Books Like '1984' and the Trump presidency, though iconoclastic journalist Brendan ONeill suggests Orwells classic in fact better describes todays authoritarian left, the nannying, nudging, speech-policing, sex-panicking, P.C. culture that Trumpism is in some ways a reaction against.
On Saturday's AM Joy on MSNBC, after NewsMax's J.D. Hayworth appeared on a panel where he was outnumbered by liberals 3:1, host Joy Reid repeatedly attempted to race-bait the former Republican congressman with stories that ranged from false to misleading, and ended up kicking him off the show when she was dissatisfied with how he answered her questions. Reid: "I think we're done with this segment because you literally answered a non sequitur that's incredibly offensive. I'm going to let Rosie Perez talk about the -- thank you for being here. No, you know what, what an odd exchange."
In a Friday guest post on The New Republics website, Steven Beutler surmised that explaining President Donald Trumps bizarre, volatile behavior and concerns raging among mental health professionals about Trumps mental state could be put to rest with his guess that Trumps been battling a Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) and specifically syphilis.
I've always considered CWsArrowthe more conservative show of the DC universe (which means almost nothing) since it follows a physically tough man using his hard-earned abilities to defend himself and the city where he lives. That being said, ifSupergirlcouldnt even handle the subject of gun control, what makes them think that a show where literally every character uses a weapon would be a better platform?