Reason Magazine senior editor Robby Soave tweeted “THE FACEBOOK FILES” thread Jan. 19, uncovering the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “significant influence” over COVID-19-related censorship on Meta-owned platforms Facebook and Instagram. The attorneys general alleged in their suit that the federal government was involved in an incestuous censorship collusion scheme with Big Tech. Meta also asked the CDC if a new list of vaccine claims “contribute to vaccine refusals,” and the CDC replied yes, in all cases. Contact your representatives and demand that Big Tech be held to account to mirror the First Amendment. If you have been censored, contact us at the Media Research Center contact form, and help us hold Big Tech accountable.
For his part, Bolling picked GOP gubernatorial candidates Tudor Dixon (MI) and Kari Lake (AZ). More broadly, Bozell cited the liberal media’s obsession with January 6 and attacking pro-life Americans (click “expand”):BOZELL: January 6th and the pro-life movement. The — it’s issues that — that they're going after more than — than anybody else. They cannot stand the pro-life movement, and they've been attacking them ever since. You look at our — BOLLING: They’re not worried about that, Brent.3 months ago Newsbusters
During her interview with Hanoi Jane Fonda, the disgraced actress told Coates that this tactic isn’t helpful to the left’s radical climate agenda. “What do you make of what we're seeing in some, you know, art museums, in some areas of the world where people are throwing food onto revered works of art as a way to draw attention?” Coates asked Fonda. “It certainly gets attention, but I think that it makes people angry,” Fonda said. That could be counterproductive.” Although she added the qualifier that “you never know.”After Fonda was gone, Coates turned to Alisyn Camerota to analyze the interview. The obvious answer is that priceless artwork is more important than the “sustainability of our planet” since Earth is not in danger in any conceivable way.3 months ago Newsbusters
On Friday night, MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart sat down for an interview with President Joe Biden and it was as embarrassingly sycophantic and servile as you would think. They're concerned about the concerted attacks on democracy, on voting, and how that's going to impact the midterm elections. Look, there's nothing automatic about democracy,” Biden responded in agreement. Biden promised to “veto anything they do” if Republicans win control of Congress in November. This clownish interview by MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart was made possible thanks to Liberty Mutual.3 months ago Newsbusters
On Thursday, faux journalist and rabid leftist April Ryan joined the cackling coven of The View to hawk her new book. What the young people call receipts, I make it rain with receipts,” Ryan insisted. Stacey Abrams is trailing behind Kemp in the gubernatorial election there. Attempting to racialize the elections, Ryan proclaimed that “Black women, show up at the polls. Rounding out her interview, Ryan sought to fluff Stacey Abrams and praise her for somehow turning Georgia “blue.”“The reason why there's such a fierce fight against Stacey Abrams is because she's a winner.3 months ago Newsbusters
His obvious concern is the role the FBI and the intelligence community played in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story. He lost the case and the Times and Post ran detailed stories about something that was serious hard fact. The Twitter files story is every bit a major story as the Pentagon Papers were in the day. Today the first, gut instinct of the liberal media is to simply suppress the facts, suppress the story. The conservative media world - and even the non-ideological Twitter has changed - is here to deal with the suppression of news and hard facts by liberal media.1 month ago Newsbusters
Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami added that the problem of short prison time for pedophiles was getting worse, not better. 'Thousands of child victims are being denied justice and George Gascón and his group of radical prosecutors can care less,' Hatami said. 'The CDCR [California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation] is not even notifying the child victims and their families of these early releases. 'Furthermore, most of these sex offenders who are released early have not been rehabilitated whatsoever. He spent two days in jail and he now lives one block from a daycare according to the database, which is in California, run by the California Department of Justice.2 months ago Newsbusters
CBS The Late Show host Stephen Colbert was in full activist mode for his Wednesday show as he attacked Mehmet Oz on abortion and Tudor Dixon on sexually explicit material in school libraries. For good measure, he also opened the floor to The 1619 Project’s Nikole Hannah-Jones to attack conservatives generally. I want women, doctors, local political leaders—”After the clip, Colbert played The Price is Right fail horn and declared, “Oh, so close! He played a video of Dixon arguing that “pornographic” material should not be included in school libraries. These are books that are describing to children how to have sex.”Again, Colbert dismissed the idea, “She's right.3 months ago Newsbusters