Left-leaning activist Nomiki Konst pushed back against Fox News host Harris Faulkner after she complained that the press has not been tough enough on Joe Biden during his first 24 hours in office.
Freshman Republican South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace has put up with threats of violence from Trump supporters and was badly shaken by the attack when the lunatics stormed the Capitol building this week, but that didn't stop her from playing the "both sides" game on who needs to tone down their rhetoric.
MSNBC's Alex Witt allows freshman GOP Rep. Nancy Mace to play the "both sides" game while discussing the violent mob that nearly killed her and her colleagues, that was incited by Trump. Mace also doesn't believe Trump should be impeached.
Michael Conway, a Nixon-era counsel to the House Judiciary Committee, believes that Joe Biden should issue a presidential pardon to Donald Trump (something that Biden has pledged he won't do).
While Chuck Todd did a decent job of debunking a good deal of the constant stream of lies that poured out of RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel's mouth, he let her get away with lying about Biden being privy to the same intelligence on the coronavirus as Trump in the early days of the pandemic.
Fox's John Roberts tells Neil Cavuto that Biden may have started receiving intelligence briefings in February, when it was widely reported that he started receiving them in June.
Joe Biden didn't start getting intelligence briefings until June, but that didn't stop Fox's John Roberts from insinuating that they started in February so he and Neil Cavuto could "both-sides" Trump's disastrous response to the coronavirus pandemic.
MTP Daily host Chuck Todd plays the "both sides" game with Hillary's emails and a couple of hundred thousand dead Americans.
James Carville takes MSNBC's Kasie Hunt to task when she tries to equate the one time Trump ever apologized for anything, after the infamous Access Hollywood tape was released, and Biden apologizing for his "you ain't black" remarks this week.
How dare New York State try to do everything they can to stop the spread of the coronavirus?
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