MSNBC host Chris Hayes didn’t parse words when calling out Fox News host Tucker Carlson. After a rant claiming there’s no such thing as a white supremacy problem in the United States, Carlson earned significant backlash for belittling the lives of nearly two-dozen people gunned down by a white nationalist. Hayes noted that it isn’t [
Mainstream media coverage and political reaction to the mass murders in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, has ranged from erratic to truly bizarre, and a theory posed on MSNBC by a former FBI assistant director connecting President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler falls in the latter category.
Shortly after claiming that white supremacy was a "hoax," Tucker Carlson announced he would be enjoying some quality time fishing with his son.
CNN host Don Lemon was visibly flabbergasted by Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who claimed white supremacy was "actually not a real problem in America" during his program on Tuesday.
Authored (satirically) by CJ Hopkins via The Unz Review,
Presidential candidate Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) on Sunday defended his characterization of President Trump as a white supremacist in the wake of a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
On this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) argued that white supremacists think President Donald Trump is a white supremacist. Ryan said, “The white supremacists think that Donald Trump is a white
There are 20+ Democratic presidential candidates right now, and one of them will be our nominee. That means that even some of the more prominent candidates will be saying or doing great things that are slipping through the cracks of traditional media and social media. It means that almost everything the lesser-known candidates are doing will fall through cracks that are more like chasms.
On Sunday's AM Joy, frequent guest Elie Mystal of Above the Law made the kind of statement about a "majority of white Americans" that would be considered blatantly bigoted or racist if aimed at any other group, as he stated that it is necessary for Democrats to "destroy" whites who support President Donald Trump.
All of MSNBC’s far-left fantasies came true Wednesday afternoon when reporter Jacob Soboroff got 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke to label President Trump a “white supremacist” – he didn’t exactly have to twist the left-wing politician’s arm. The impromptu live interview occurred in the 4:00 p.m. ET hour, causing Deadline: White House anchor Nicolle Wallace and her liberal panelists to be overwhelmed with joy.
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