Bully-boy Michael van der Veen proved he can be every bit as obnoxious during a television interview as he was defending Trump for his part in inciting the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6th.
PressRun's Eric Boehlert discussed the fact that what we're watching as the "final note" of the Trump campaign is Trump "wrapped up in ball complaining about the media."
Eric Boehlert: Trump 'Wrapped Up In A Ball Complaining About The Media' Will Be Final Note Of The Campaign
PressRun's Eric Boehlert discusses Trump running back to his "safe space" of playing the victim and whining about the media during the final weeks of his campaign.
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.
Supposed Fox "straight news" anchor Ed Henry gave a half-hearted "apology" for his lies about the CBC's edit of the Trump cameo in Home Alone 2, and dismissed it as simply "being frivolous" during an appearance on this Sunday's Media Buzz.
After coming under a great deal of criticism for threatening Beto O’Rourke on Twitter, State Rep. Briscoe Cain (R-TX) got a big dose of Republican Rehab from Fox News host Brian Kilmeade.
Fox's Brian Kilmeade helps Texas state Rep. Brisco Cain play the victim after he threatened Beto O’Rourke on Twitter.
After Trump made himself out to be the victim and repeatedly attacked many of the parts of America he hates, Fox host Heather Childers was there to help the messaging.
Only Republicans can whine about being victimized by social media platforms when they held the White House, Senate and House just a few months ago and recently bragged how awesome it was for them.
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