The Federalist's Ben Domenech did his best to pretend that Trump did nothing since losing the election to deserve being called an autocrat on Fox's Media Buzz this Sunday.
Nevermind that Health and Human Services nominee Xavier Becerra hasn't even been confirmed yet, CNN's Dana Bash continually badgered him to give a precise timeline on the Biden administration's plans for the distribution of the coronavirus vaccine.
CNN'S John King and Dana Bash discuss Pelosi's characterization of the neo-Nazi who breached the Capitol wearing the "Camp Auschwitz" shirt.
Though CNN anchor Dana Bash would have been fine with even more crass language than "punk," she was just fine with the Speaker using such terms to denounce the Trump-supporting anti-Semite who rioted at the Capitol last week.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s sudden desire for “working together” with Democrats, just in time to use it as an excuse to oppose Trump’s second impeachment, was exposed as total BS on CNN.
As Donald Trump's second impeachment comes to a vote in the House of Representatives, Jake Tapper lets Republicans know we can all see what they are doing.
Oddly, we haven't seen Dana Bash question any Republican senator about whether or not their party is being pushed too hard by QAnon.
Dana Bash asked Doug Jones about whether coastal progressives are driving the party's agenda, which is nothing more than classic Beltway bias. Jones dodged elegantly, but it's time for the media to stop doing this.
The dam is finally starting to break as more and more Republicans are growing tired of Trump's legal team and their embarrassing attempts to overthrow the will of the voters.
MSNBC, BBC, AP, The New York Times soon follow with their announcements as Trump's political life comes to an end.
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