Newt Gingrich gets slapped. Good for Marie Harf not taking his baloney.
This week, Fox scraped the bottom of the barrel by calling on proven-liars “Diamond and Silk” to persuade its white audience that conservatives and Dear Leader Trump are the real victims in Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett.
Laura Ingraham and guests Alveda King and Howard Kurtz turned Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet about a black woman into a story about the oppression of white people, specifically Christian conservatives and Donald Trump.
Fox's Laura Ingraham and her guests turn Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett into a story about the oppression of white people, specifically Christian conservatives and Donald Trump.
Princeton professor Eddie Glaude responds to Stephanie Ruhle's question about whether or not people should accept Roseanne Barr's "apology" for her racist remarks about Valerie Jarrett.
“He is stirring up every worst toxin that’s been buried in the ground in this country and bringing it back up to the surface, and he’s doing it on purpose.”
Fox's Bret Baier thinks it was terribly unfair for Max Boot to blame Donald Trump for normalizing the racism we saw in Roseanne's racist tweet that ended up getting her show canceled on ABC.
Fox's Bret Baier tells Dana Perino that Roseanne's racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett "stands alone."
It's the 90s all over again, with fanciful stories and a hard-hearted villain.
Obama was “unsmiling during the call, and slightly irritated when it was over,” according to Axelrod.
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