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The following is a transcript from nationally syndicated radio host Todd Starnes’ commentary heard on hundreds of stations across the country. Hello Americans. I’m Todd Starnes. Stand by for news and commentary next. The FBI says the attack on the U.S. Capitol building was not the result of an organized plot to overturn the presidential election results. That’s according to an exclusive report from Reuters. They say at this point the violence was not centrally coordinated by far-right groups or by supporters of President Trump. President Trump if you will remember – called on his supporters to peacefully protest that day.
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There is a growing list of news stories that the Washington, D.C., media got wrong during the 2020 Trump-Biden Presidential election. The series of erroneous stories not only consistently helped Joe Biden’s campaign or covered up Biden’s mistakes but they also criticized Trump’s leadership at the same time. It is clear that the D.C. media is openly helping Joe Biden and always looking to criticize Donald Trump. Everyone knows this – I am not saying anything new. But the breadth and depth of the constant media protection of progressive politicians can no longer be dismissed as simply media bias. To suggest that reporters just have an innate world view that slants their stories to the Left because of their personal perspective and experiences is too generous of an excuse. The issue at play...
In an interview posted to social media, Black Lives Matter (BLM) Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors, along with BLM Los Angeles Co-Founder Melina Abdullah, discussed the “spiritual” component of the movement, explaining the practices and “rituals” performed to remember and “invoke” the spirits of deceased African Americans.
The mainstream media doesn’t care about the truth – they only care about promoting liberal lies and lunacy in order to place and keep liberals in power. The Trump-Russia collusion scandal is just another excellent example of this.
‘I don’t think I’ve ever seen such dishonest and biased coverage of any event.” That was Brit Hume, who has been covering events for more than 50 years for Fox News, ABC News and investigative reporter Jack Anderson.
Nick Sandmann, the student from Covington Catholic High School who went viral after wearing a Make America Great Again hat, tweeted today that he and the Washington Post settled the defamation lawsuit that he filed in early 2019:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported the 12th straight week of a declining coronavirus death rate in the U.S.
Joy Reid recently got a promotion at MSNBC where she’ll soon have a nightly show instead of the weekend show she has had for the past couple of years. It looks like it’s going to be a rocky start to her new job. A libel case filed against her by a woman named Roslyn La Liberte was just revived by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. The whole case revolves around this photo.
As RedState’s very own Sister Toldjah reported earlier today, the doubts President Trump recently expressed about the wisdom of Dr. Fauci’s advice on COVID-19 have elicited a chorus of smug accusation from the usual suspects that he’s “ignoring the experts.” Sister Toldjah pointed out that it’s hard to know what their complaint even means given how often Fauci and other media-anointed authorities have done total 180s.
Recently, gold bug and investor Doug Casey sat down with Kenneth Ameduri of Crush the Street. Casey jumped right in saying the breakdown of the United States under the boot of tyranny is “actually predictable.”
CNN’s Don Lemon, who grew up Baptist and attended a Catholic school, wrongly claimed this week that Jesus “admittedly was not perfect” when He was on earth.
Bari Weiss, the gadfly journalist despised by her progressive cohorts and social media’s staunchest liberals, has resigned from her editor post at The New York Times.
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