Trump's going to want to fling open the economy at the first sign of good news. Expect a tremendous push, starting with Trump and echoed throughout the conservative media, to declare the coronavirus crisis over very, very soon.
Tom MacArthur, a Republican congressman from New Jersey, was heckled at a town hall event on Wednesday night, and the right is trying to turn the heckling into a multi-day story.
Last week, on their Facebook page, Senate Democrats posted a video statement by former attorney general Loretta Lynch... so how is it being reported over in Wingnut-ville?
I'm a little late getting to the story of Facebook's attempt to control fake news, but I see the right going all in on showy expressions of phony outrage that are clearly meant to set the terms of the debate over what Facebook is doing.
When all right wing media sources say the same lie on the same day, you know it's desperation time.
Here we go again with Willard telling about his thousandth or so lie out on the campaign trail, but this time we find out that apparently badly sourced right wing blogs are his fact checking department. Explains a lot, doesn't it? Romney repeats
Chris Hayes took a shot at Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia for where he apparently gets his news and for his hypocrisy with basing his rulings on partisan ideology and whether he likes a particular law or not when it comes to his opinion on
There they go again... The blog Right Wing News asked "more than a hundred bloggers" who they thought were the worst people in American histor
As Media Matters has been tracking, here's the latest defense by the right on the racial slurs directed at Democratic members of Congress: "Right-wing
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