The whole is less than the sum of its parts.
CNN's Brianna Keilar mocks Tucker Carlson's promise of "no more partisan junk food" and then feeding his viewers nothing but.
CNN's Brianna Keilar mocked Fox bomb-thrower Tucker Carlson for feeding his viewers a diet of "partisan junk food" after bashing other networks for supposedly doing the same.
Brianna Keilar interviewed David French, for some reason, and he bloviated about how we can't keep being "divided." Tell that to the GOP.
The NY governor was on a tear about Mitch McConnell's shrugging off the economic desperation of many states, by suggesting they declare bankrupty.
Peter Navarro takes time out from not doing his job getting supplies to where they're supposed to be going for the coronavirus pandemic to attack Nancy Pelosi for partisanship with Fox's Sean Hannity.
Fox News host Leland Vittert called out Republican Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) on Sunday after the congressman refused to concede that his party had a role in the bitter partisanship in Washington, D.C.
Brett Kavanaugh had lots of blame to cast, but in the process he disqualified himself from the judiciary. Not just SCOTUS, but also the Court of Appeals.
Glenn Beck has the nerve to opine about the political divisions in the United States he's responsible for helping to create on CNN's Reliable Sources.
Yep, we've entered the Twilight Zone.
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