CNN's Oliver Darcy points out that it's not only the "opinion" hosts on Fox that are pushing the propaganda for Trump. Their so-called "straight news" hosts are just as bad.
CNN's Oliver Darcy reminds us that even the so-called "straight news" anchors over at Fox are skewing their programming in support of Dear Leader.
Trump attorney Jay Sekulow pretends he and his team and Trump's complaints had nothing to do with the Saturday impeachment session being shortened to three hours, followed by CNN's Manu Raju discussing Trump being none too happy with Lindsey Graham telling him Schiff did a good job.
He talks fast, too!
Rep. David Cicilline asked his Republican colleagues to raise their hands if they thought it was fine to ask foreign powers to interfere in their re-election campaign. Guess how many did?
Eric Swalwell dropped the bait on Doug Collins. He bit, and proceeded to have a complete meltdown where he shouted things that made no sense.
Imagine if people honored their subpoenas!
Fox & Friends hosts Ed Henry, Nicole Saphier and Pete Hegseth complain about the upcoming impeachment hearings, calling them "Jerry-Rigged" against Trump, lie about whether politics "used to stop at the water's edge" with Trump being overseas, and hope McConnell will try to interfere with the Iowa caucuses with the Senate trial.
Rep. Doug Collins tells Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that they want House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff to testify during impeachment hearings.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn doubles down on her Tweet attacking Smearing Lt. Col. Vindman on Fox News @ Night.
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