Last Week Tonight's John Oliver on the latest birther attacks from the right and Trump against Kamala Harris, and the election of Republican QAnon conspiracy theorist nut job Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The Washington Examiner's Susan Ferrechio attempted to play the conservative victim card for Trump when the topic of his nasty birther attacks on VP candidate Sen. Kamala Harris came up.
Washington Examiner flack Susan Ferrechio ignores the fact that Trump's campaign adviser, Jenna Ellis, retweeted the birther Newsweek article, and that's why he was asked about it.
"It’s frankly amazing how slow Trump is to respond to so many things like, I don’t know, public health crises, yet when it comes to amplifying racist conspiracy theories, suddenly he’s The Flash on cocaine,” the comedian said.
'Why Not Just Say It's Wrong?' Chris Wallace Grills Steve Cortes Over Birtherism Against Kamala Harris
Fox News host Chris Wallace faced off against Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes on Sunday after President Donald Trump falsely suggested that presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is not qualified to be vice president. Harris was, in fact, born in California and is qualified.
Black people can't get born in the US or die at the hands of a cop. That's just the Fox News Law.
September 2016, Seth Meyers noticed that the person now complaining about "presidential harassment" denied he was ever a Birther. Special! (open thread)
American Urban Radio Networks' April Ryan tells CNN's Victor Blackwell that race is an issue the Trump administration doesn't "need to touch" when attempting to explain why Don Jr. deleted a racist retweet of a bot attack against Sen. Kamala Harris.
CNN's April Ryan took Donald Trump Jr. to task for jumping on the birther bandwagon along with his father by retweeting a racist attack on Sen. Kamala Harris questioning whether she has a right to speak for black Americans because of where her parents were born.
Trump's son-in-law refuses to admit birtherism is racist.
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