|“Anti-Trump liberals (i.e., Democrats and the media) just have to find something—anything—wrong with the president, even if it means making it up,” Eddie Scarry writes in the New York Post.|
Examples range from sharing a misleading photograph to flat-out ignoring the President’s own words to attack things he never said in the first place.
“It never ends, but these aren’t mistakes. This is how the national media are intended to operate in the Trump era. If they can’t find something wrong with him, they make it up.”
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“In St. Louis, four officers were shot but didn’t sustain life-threatening injuries. Yet, for one retired captain, David Dorn, that was not the case. He was murdered in cold blood trying to protect a local pawn shop . . . It’s an absolute disgrace. And what’s more, is that the liberal media probably won’t cover this story,” Matt Vespa writes in Townhall.
Certain cities are under siege in America. “What all these cities have in common is that they are led by Democrats who seem to have bought into the belief that the police are a bigger problem than rampant disorder . . . They offer pro forma disapproval of law breakers but refuse to act to stop them,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
As rioters terrorize our cities, they end up sharing “much in common with the bad cops they claim to despise,” Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill writes for Fox News.
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Former News Exec: The ‘Liberal Leaning’ Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point
|“News organizations that claim to be neutral have long been creeping leftward, and their loathing of Mr. Trump has accelerated the pace. The news media is catching up with the liberalism of the professoriate, the entertainment industry, upscale magazines and the literary world,” former CBS News President Van Gordon Sauter writes in The Wall Street Journal. |
“There’s probably no way to seal the gap between the media and a large segment of the public. The media likes what it is doing. Admires it. Celebrates it. There is no personal, professional or financial reason to change. If anything, the gap will expand. Ultimately, the media finds the ‘deplorables’ deplorable.”
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“Among the fallen, most were laid to rest in the land they loved, others lie beneath white crosses in military cemeteries around the world, and others’ final resting place is known only to God,” Vice President Mike Pence wrote in honor of Memorial Day. “To all of them, we owe a debt of gratitude we can never repay, and this year especially, we feel the profound gratitude to our heroic fallen and their families.” Read more in Fox News.
“In calling on governors Friday to allow houses of worship to reopen starting this weekend, President Trump publicly recognized a fact that has been true since the founding of our nation: in America, houses of worship are essential,” Rev. Samuel Rodriguez writes for Fox News.
“The state lockdowns are starting to ease and the U.S. economy should slowly begin to recover. But it’s worth noting that the states opening most slowly are big states run by Democrats that represent something like a third of the U.S. economy. This means a slower recovery for those states and the U.S.,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
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