Your source to mainline mainstream media misbehavior and malpractice.
Yes, yes – we have to cover some Martha’s Vineyard drama — mainly because the journalism industry lost their ever-loving minds when Ron Desantis sent over a few dozen of the millions of immigrants who have poured over the border. I’ll bring you some of the juicier reactions from the press; that is, the dumbest, of course.
Then there is a disturbing case of a major news network working to kill off a news story without ever proving it inaccurate. Also, we have the New York Times taking two opposing sides on the inflation issue, Stacey Abrams actually has the stones to go on The View and claim she never refused to concede her election (I bring the audio receipts), and then there is NBC News delivering the scalding claim of a racist chicken fast food chain…that gets completely debunked by roughly 47 seconds of research.
Now crack one open and savor some media mayhem.
- The hysteria over the MV flights led to charges of human trafficking and even Gavin Newsom alleging kidnapping.
- CNN’s Juliette Kayyem thinks sending immigrants to the Vineyard is more inhumane than camping under Texas offramps.
- Reuters believes sending a few dozen people out of hundreds of thousands is shifting the burden.
- Bill Kristol is among the many who seem ignorant that Joe Biden has been shipping migrants around for a year.
- Chris Hayes looks at the situation on Martha’s Vineyard and is offended…by Chris Hayes.
- Politifact calls Biden’s secret migrant flights FALSE as it proves the story is actually accurate.
- Our man Bonchie covered the way NBC News tries censoring postings of revealing John Fetterman videos.
- The New York Times gaslights on the inflation problem, as its employees complain about the inflation problem.
- Stacey Abrams on The View, claiming she never refused to concede her election.
- NBC News has an inept attempt at calling Chick-Fil-A racist over a tweet.
- The chicken company uses the allegedly racist term with just about every canned corporate response.
Are you people (yes, I said that) incapable of basic journalism???
"Your Community" is a canned response phrase the company uses on social media. The most basic search on this platform generates a ton of uses, as this flood of images shows (compilation time: 48 seconds) https://t.co/fyXQPTdm7V pic.twitter.com/wlSGkmfVRd
— Brad Slager: Paid for airfare to Martha's Vineyard (@MartiniShark) September 14, 2022