MSNBC's Chris Hayes tore into Rupert Murdoch and his minions at Fox and the NY Post for their dangerous lies during the pandemic, and rightfully called Murdoch "one of the most destructive people on the planet."
MSNBC's Chris Hayes gives Rupert Murdoch, Fox "news" and the New York Post the treatment they deserve for the damage they've done to America and the dangerous lies they've spread about the coronavirus pandemic and now the vaccine.
Fox's Brian Kilmeade and The New York Post's Karol Markowicz complain about social media companies supposedly giving the Biden campaign an "in kind" political donation by censoring their b.s. Hunter Biden laptop hit job, when Fox is a 24/7 in kind donation to the Trump campaign.
Giuliani’s story is so ridiculous that both Fox News and the New York Post reporter who was forced to write it both disowned it. After years of trying to smear Biden, this really is the best they can do.
Poised to pass two articles of impeachment in the full House this week, Democrats have remained extraordinarily united throughout the process, yet press coverage in recent days has suggested that Democrats are in a state of disarray, a favorite fallback position for much of the Beltway media.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio blasted Rupert Murdoch for dividing the country and giving us Donald Trump, despite Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter's attempts to play the false equivalency game between what de Blasio was saying here and Trump's attacks on the press.
Another impervious-to-facts Republican escalates the stupid by demanding that President Obama lead or resign.
Jon Stewart took another swipe at CNN for their coverage in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Anyone remember the talking heads over at Fox showing the same outrage over drunken Dick Cheney shooting his hunting buddy in the face? Didn't think so. Fox proves once again that they can find a reason to crank up the feigned outrage machine over