News Busters

  • The same network whose reporter was caught stalking the Kyle Rittenhouse case jury yesterday, behaved in the same abominable fashion today after the jury didn’t rule the way they wanted them to.  In the hours after the jury found Rittenhouse not guilty on Friday of all the criminal charges the prosecution leveled against him, MSNBC […]
  • GoFundMe is bizarrely trying to defend its ban on fundraising for Kyle Rittenhouse. The fundraising platform previously banned fundraisers dedicated to raising money to aid in Kyle Rittenhouse’s legal defense. After Rittenhouse’s acquittal on Friday, the platform again tried to justify its decision to ban fundraisers to defend against “violent crimes.” “GoFundMe’s Terms of Service […]
  • While they didn’t spout off in the same unhinged manner as NBC and MSNBC, CNN was similarly displeased with the Kenosha jury finding Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges on Friday. They reluctantly admitted the defense had a solid argument for self-defense and the prosecution couldn’t breakthrough. But within the first 10 minutes of […]
  • On the Substack web page of former New York Times editorial staffer Bari Weiss, former Times reporter Nellie Bowles revealed something fascinating: she was told a piece she filed on the “Kenosha insurance debacle” would not run until after the 2020 election was finished.  A note on Kenosha in light of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial: Until quite […]
  • Welcome to TV’s Worst of the Week, where MRC Culture's on TV Blog recounts the top liberal bias moments in entertainment television for the week of November 14, 2021. From Our Blog • CBS’s S.W.A.T. jumped into the gun control debate by saying that cops “believe in sensible gun control laws. … 'cause a lot of […]
  • Shortly after news broke Friday afternoon of Kyle Rittenhouse being found not guilty on all criminal charges after killing two men in self-defense during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, MSNBC host Chuck Todd wailed that the verdict left society in “no man’s land.” Left-wing legal analyst Joyce Vance chimed in to claim that the trial […]
  • MSNBC’s hate-spewing Joy Reid on Friday reacted to Kyle Rittenhouse being acquitted pretty much how you would expect her to. The MSNBC host and her network blogging team projected venom at the United States, saying this racist country was designed to protect people like Rittenhouse.  Soon after the verdict, she tweeted:      Then Reid […]
  • In contrast to the sober reactions ABC and CBS offered on the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, NBC News was less composed on Friday afternoon as two analysts fretted Rittenhouse’s innocence was a sad commentary on the “toxic” and “the really dangerous combination of liberal self-defense laws…and the accessibility of guns” with a “vindication […]
  • Joyce Vance, an MSNBC legal analyst, and former Obama appointee as a US Attorney, was palpably peeved by the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse. Commenting on it on MTP Daily today, Vance offered an absurd analogy.  She said: "This strikes me as an odd situation for self-defense. It's something akin to saying that if you go in […]
  • Most people do not commemorate other people's colonoscopies, but the Friday panel of Inside Politics on CNN is not most people. From host John King to chief political correspondent Dana Bash to Congressional correspondent Ryan Nobles, President Biden's procedure was a time to mark the fact that for the first time a woman held presidential authority. King noted the […]