Liberal media folks are fond of claiming they’re not biased. CNN’s Chris Cillizza said, “Let me say for the billionth time: reporters don’t root for a side. Period.”
Yet we see their bias daily, despite their protestations.
As my colleague Sister Toldjah reported earlier, one example was the Washington Post’s “conservative in name only” Jen Rubin.
This is the most brilliant legal presentation I have heard. None comes close. The tone, the facts, the anticipated defenses. I am in awe.
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) January 22, 2020
But she was not alone in fangirling Schiff.
Grabien put together a great supercuts video, with some of Cillizza’s colleagues at CNN, as well as folks from MSNBC and elsewhere.
Let’s watch them fall in love, with House Intel Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA), who as one of the House impeachment managers, was pushing the case for the Democrats.
It’s enough to make one hurl. Yet not one of them will get/admit how compromised, how lacking in objectivity and how contrafactual they actually are.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 23, 2020
Now, of course, if they were objective, they might point out that Schiff made up nonsense just as he did in the House with his “parody” account of the Ukraine call. He did it again in the Senate. They might admit that the facts don’t support the case, and in the words of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) because Schiff had neither the facts or the law, he spent a lot of time on style and banging the table. Cruz has the constitutional experience to know.
If you have the facts, you bang the facts.
If you have the law, you bang the law.
If you don't have either, you bang the table.
Today, we've seen a whole lot of table banging. pic.twitter.com/ez6HZtvu7y
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) January 22, 2020
If they were objective they might also have called out Schiff’s’ blatant “attack on democracy” by saying President Donald Trump had to be impeached because they couldn’t guarantee that they “election would be fair.”
Americans mocked the media and their “objectivity.”
Thrills going up legs all over the place?
— Randy Conner (@randy_conner) January 23, 2020
CNN is literally "swooooooning" over there…. pic.twitter.com/PTfSPSa5qB
— Conservative Candor (@RepublicanGold) January 23, 2020
legs are tingling!!! pic.twitter.com/0NnEXUmaZP
— _G17m0r3 (@m_gilmore) January 23, 2020
It was amazing the way he wove together Jack's beanstalk, seven dwarfs, the big bad wolf, a fairy godmother, the goblet of fire and very unexpectedly, Shrek, into one compelling narrative. pic.twitter.com/NKCDVeUJza
— gutcheck5484 (@gutcheck5484) January 23, 2020
I couldn’t even watch 10 seconds longer! I’ve never seen such a pathetic display of grown a** people who’ve been saying “WE GOT HIM” for 3 years. And they wonder why their ratings suck! 🤦♀️😂
— SeldenGADawgs (@SeldenGADawgs) January 23, 2020
They live in an alternate universe.
— Charles Long (@Paw___Paw) January 23, 2020
— Mark Anthony (@Korokotta1971) January 23, 2020
Can’t wait for the super cut of their election night meltdown
— CPrice (@CPriceDenver) January 23, 2020
That supercut is going to be a classic.