For the past few months, the liberal media has gone out of its way to point out everything that isn’t going well with the Trump administration, while simultaneously ignoring everything that is actually going well.
Progressive news network MSNBC is showing historic gains in May during one of the most turbulent months of the Trump presidency. They are registering higher ratings in ways they haven’t seen in 17 years.
Nearly five months after the inauguration, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Tuesday that it’s still hard for her to say the words “President Trump.”
When police officers pull motorists over, especially at night, they never are quite sure who they might encounter, or what sort of state that person is going to be in.
When President Donald Trump makes his first address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, at least four undocumented immigrants whose temporary legal status could be revoked will be in the House watching him speak.
Sean Hannity battled it out with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos over immigration Monday on Fox News. Ramos argued against what he perceived to be demonization of illegal aliens, while Hannity listed the costs of illegal immigration on American society.
Ann Coulter set Twitter on fire Thursday with a claim she made about the cost of President Trump’s proposed border wall.
President-elect Donald Trump effectively crushed the “Fight for $15” crowd Thursday by announcing his intention to nominate fast-food executive Andrew Puzder to serve as the head of the Labor Department.
As reported by The Washington Post, Puzder has been a longtime critic of efforts to raise the national minimum wage to $15 an hour.
He also reportedly opposed President Barack Obama’s recently blocked overtime rule, which analysts had warned would negatively affect businesses that run on tight budgets and could not afford to pay significant amounts of overtime.
Liberals are still dealing with Hillary Clinton’s election loss last week by calling Trump voters racist, bigoted and irredeemable monsters who have “white lashed” America.
But while celebrities like Lady Gaga, John Legend and Katy Perry are happy to engage in the hysteria and smears, comedian Jon Stewart is calling on progressives to back off of their stereotyping.
“The same country that elected Donald Trump elected Barack Obama,” Stewart said. “I thought Donald Trump disqualified himself at numerous points. But there is now this idea that anyone who voted for him has to be defined by the worst of his rhetoric.”
“Like, there are guys in my neighborhood that I love, that I respect, that I think have incredible qualities who are not afraid of Mexicans, and not afraid of Muslims, and not afraid of blacks,” he continued. “They’re afraid of their insurance premiums.”
Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney was a guest on Breitbart News Daily Wednesday morning, where SiriusXM host Alex Marlow asked him to run through the arguments for and against Rep. Keith Ellison becoming chair of the Democratic National Committee.
“I’m not really equipped to make the case for Keith Ellison,” Gaffney admitted, but he went on to guess that “the appeal of Keith Ellison is that he is a young, very aggressive hard leftist – actually my friend Trevor Loudon in his film The Enemies Within has pointed out, a guy with actual communist ties; that’s how hard Left.”
“But he’s also a Muslim who has been hanging with, embracing, supporting, and otherwise carrying on with the Muslim Brotherhood in America,” Gaffney continues. “And that would apparently be something that qualifies him to be a leader of the Democratic Party these days. You see a lot of it in the last campaign. I can’t make the case that that’s good for Democrats. I can’t make the case that it’s good for America. But hey, if the Democrats want to take the poster child of what I think of as the ‘Red-Green Axis’ and make him the titular leader of their party, bring it on.”
Gaffney saw outgoing Senator Harry Reid’s call for Trump to nourish “unity” by dismissing former Breitbart News Daily host Steve Bannon from his White House team as little more than “crocodile tears.”