Matthew Dowd on ABC's This Week: The Republican Party as we know it, the party of Ronald Reagan, the party of George W. Bush, is gone. The party now is the Donald Trump party. Eighty percent or 85 percent of the Republican voters, regardless of what the Republicans say in Washington that walk around the halls of the Capitol Hill and say what they think the Republican Party is, that party is long gone.
ABC's This Week allowed Trump sycophant, Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade to blow up the panel segment with lies so bad even both-siderist Bush-apologist Matthew Dowd couldn't take it.
So much for that so-called "liberal media."
Melissa Harris-Perry Tells Karen Finney She'll Bring Her Back, Brings Back Filibustering Republican Instead
MSNBC, Melissa Harris-Perry, Oct. 24, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/10/framing-debate-mhp-edition
Media Matters' Karen Finney pushed back at former Bushie Ari Fleischer's unfounded allegations over Hillary Clinton's State Department emails on CNN's New Day.
CNN, New Day, March 9, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/03/karen-finney-pushes-back-ari-fleischers
Karen Finney and her panel took a closer look at right-wing rhetoric and policies in the context of Cliven Bundy's remarks last week.
Hobby Lobby claims that their First Amendment rights to religious freedom should allow them to prevent access to birth control for their female employees, but that ignores why the pill is prescribed for therapeutic reasons.
Where do those right-wing conspiracy theories originate? Answers here.
Media Matters covered this segment by discussing when it's time to hang up on a right-wing radio host. I'd take that question one step further and ask when it's time to stop validating them by appearing as guests on their shows. If MSNBC's Karen Finney didn't want to have hateful insults lobbed at her by wingnut Hugh Hewitt, maybe she should stay off of his show and vice versa.