Sean Hannity used the news of multiple assassination attempts against Hillary Clinton and Rep. Maxine Waters as an excuse to double down on his inflammatory smears against them.
Sean Hannity and Eric Trump whine about how mean everyone is to his father and attack Democrats on the very same day someone tried to assassinate them with pipe bombs in the mail.
I don't know how you reacted when you heard about the secret meeting between President Trump and New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger, but the reaction in MAGA Land was pure whataboutism.
The right-wing media has now been forced to acknowledge what's going on in Charlottesville ... and the response at Breitbart is: Waaaah! You're being unfair to Trump!
Right-wingers can complain all they want about "the angry left," but "the angry right" is welcome in the White House. And it's not just Ted Nugent.
Funny, the right wing, aided and abetted by Fox, loves to describe anti-Trump liberals as delicate "snowflakes" who should just suck it up. But when conservatives feel that they are being treated unfairly, they don't suck it up.
From the Jan. 8th edition of Fox & Friends, Steve Doocy introduces the latest conservative complaint during one of their patented "Trouble with Schools" segment.
It seems the right's definition of a "gotcha question" is anything one of their candidates has trouble answering.
Meghan McCain wants us to believe that no one on the right has ever attacked President Obama or Hillary Clinton's daughters while taking up for Ted Cruz shamelessly exploiting his for political purposes.
To Fox News, Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who refuses to sign same-sex marriage certificates and has been sent to jail as a result, is a bigger martyr than Martin Luther King.
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