CNN's John King opens his political panel segment on Trump's blatant racism by saying that Trump is "again being labeled racist by Democrats," as though the subject is up for debate.
Sadly, segments like this one where our corporate media continually insists Republicans should be able to run on the economy if Trump would just stop distracting everyone with his Tweets are far too common.
John King and his political panel insist that Republicans should be able to run on a strong economy if Trump would quit distracting with things like impeachment talk, ignoring the fact that the tax cuts primarily went to the rich and they want to pay for them with cuts to the social safety net.
Remember when Republicans pretended they would protect the Mueller investigation? Good times!
CNN's John King continues to give Rush Limbaugh a boost during a segment opining about how polarized America has become, without mentioning the fact that Limbaugh and his ilk caused it.
In The New York Times, Michael Shear has a pretty good story about Donald Trump's picks for key positions and the ways they're likely to approach their jobs... but there's one utterly wrong note in this story -- or at least there was.
The last time I payed any attention to the San Francisco Chronicle's Debra Saunders was back in January of last year, when she was helping Howard Kurtz carry water for Sarah Palin and her crosshairs map just after the shooting of Congresswoman Gabby
When Rachel Maddow aired this criticism of CNN for their promotion of Michele Bachmann's "Tea Party" response to the State of the Union Address and of CNN for promoting the astroturf Tea Party Express on their network for months on end as well, I wondered if Howard Kurtz would respond to it. Well he did, but par for the course, he completely ignored the criticism of CNN promoting Sal Russo's group.