The joint operation by big tech and big media to bolster former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign likely landed Democrats in the White House.
First Lady Melania Trump debuted this year’s White House Christmas decorations on Monday, igniting outrage among the typical culprits.
It’s difficult to believe that Washington Post and NPR reporters on the White House beat are unaware of the fact that women lead the Trump communications team.
More than eight months after “15 days to flatten the curve,” so-called experts are bidding us avoid family at all costs this Thanksgiving, lest we die.
This sorry excuse for journalism is one of the reasons Trump was elected in the first place — and it’s the reason the more than 73 million Americans who voted for him a second term aren’t going anywhere any time soon.
The lies, omissions, and mischaracterizations are designed to prevent oversight and accountability of Russia hoax that the Washington Post perpetuated.
Reports that Pfizer’s new vaccine was not a part of Operation Warp Speed as simply a lie.
The Post gives the distinct impression that the Chinese Communist Party’s claims, some of which reinforce the progressive predilections of the Post and its readers, are legitimate.
By early last week, the myth of Russian disinformation peddled by a media desperate to avoid coverage of compromising information on Joe Biden had been debunked by U.S. intelligence.
The volunteer in a vaccine trial was in the control group that did not receive the vaccine, but the Washington Post doesn’t lead with that crucial fact.
After DHS created a new center to fight human trafficking, some journalists ignored the news, while others claimed it was Trump’s response to conspiratcy theorists.
The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank implied teachers are dying at higher rates than other occupations, but failed to cite any data backing up that claim.
The criticism sent the project’s architect into rage, with her predictably calling the fair-minded critiques of her deceptive scholarship racist.
Two and a half months after Republicans expressed skepticism of Big Tech’s promises before House lawmakers, their skepticism was shown to be well-founded.
CNN, WaPo, and the New York Times, always eager to publish incriminating news on the Trump White House, are now silent on Hunter Biden bombshell.
It would be nice if pundits could stop reducing the senator to her pigmentation and biology and discuss the issues that will affect the American electorate she aims to serve.
One Washington Post headline falsely suggested the Coney Barrett children spread COVID-19 at their school. Another Post writer critiqued Coney Barrett’s hearing as “child-obsessed.”
Despite Biden’s rhetorical spin, the term court packing does not refer to the president’s or the Senate’s constitutional duty to appoint and confirm justices to fill existing vacancies.
Nance announced that she was tested before hitting the road and had been completely symptom-free for 13 days.
Ann Hornaday wants readers to believe in a fabricated dichotomy in which well-meaning liberals focus on culture to change hearts and minds while conniving conservatives focus on politics.
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